New Court View Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Court View Hotel Masindi
New Court View Hotel has been owned by Sallie Wareing since she bought it in 2002. Ms Wareing had worked with VSO after retiring as a headteacher in 1997. The hotel is a budget hotel - nothing too expensive - but it has remarkably extensive range of dishes on the menu.
The hotel is often used by travellers to Murchison Falls, but its real quality is that it is a centre for many local NGO's and aid workers. Ms Wareing is a mine of information about local and national issues, and if she cannot fix your arrangements for travel (or anything else!) nobody can. There is very much a family atmosphere about the hotel.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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We've been coming here for years - we worked in Masindi for three years - and the number of people who come here, whether as travellers or community workers, is astonishing. Sallie Wareing gives of her time and energy (and frequently money) freely to assist locals or mzungus who need her help. She supports several schools, a teachers' exchange …
... to the lodge from gulu but we had to wait about 2 hours at a bus stop for the team from Kampala to catch up. This national park is over 500 square kilometres it has just over 300 park rangers and lots and lots of wildlife. As we were driving alone we found elephants on the side of the road!!! Apparently this is very very ...
... didn't think it would literally mean so much ****.... For the first time on our trip, the Ugandan June long weekend marked the first time we wouldn't be travelling or sharing accommodation with anybody else. We decided to travel to Murchison Falls National Park, home of the River Nile, Murchison Falls and an abundance of African wildlife. We were booked in at the Murchison Safari Camp on the northern outskirts of the park staying in a traditional banda hut, it was going to be ...
... we checked into our adorable cottage at the New Court View Hotel (recommended by Ryan and Sarah, our friends in Burundi). A pleasant break from community living. We met our private driver, Moses, who insisted that he could call any guide in the park to talk about sightings and take us to all the animals in the park the next day. I didn't sleep well and woke up with a 'hokey tummy'. Translated: I skipped the complimentary breakfast. We ...
... which we plan to visit on the way to Kampala. We collect our guide from the rangers office, complete with AK47, and drive out to Buligi Plains, north of the Victoria Nile river. The Victoria Nile, flowing in a westerly direction between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert, divides the park into two roughly equal parts. North of the river, the vegetation broadly consists of tall, green grassland interspersed with isolated stands of borassus palms, acacia ...