Rowleys Bay Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRowleys Bay Resort Ellison Bay
The cottage was clean and well set-up. We stayed in Cottage C, which has two bedrooms, living room and a kitchen. There is a grill at back of the cottage. We went over to the dock to see sunrise. The sea level was blocked by woods far away. Overall speaking it was a great place to stay.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Rowleys Bay Resort Ellison Bay
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