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loved this guest house, we didn't know there was a kitchen/living area when we booked, what an unexpected treat! Really friendly and helpful welcoming staff, the communal area means that you can meet people and stay for a chat if you want to, but comfortable rooms with chairs on the balcony in the upper rooms means you have space if you want it as well. Upper rooms with bigger sit out area is most expensive, rooms further along with no real sit out bit are a little cheaper with rooms downstairs being the least expensive, but no sit out area. We felt it was a little on the expensive side, but especially worth it for the cooking facilities.
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