out of 10
Our lodge was very well equipped, with all the kitchen kit needed for us to cook for the five of us (with several allergies, and the likes & dislikes of three generations of family to cope with, we had to do proper cooking from scratch). In particular, there was a large American style fridge-freezer, separate drinks fridge, electric oven, gas hob, microwave, toaster, cafetiere, 4 saucepans, 2 frying pans, a lidded casserole dish, etc. One tea towel was supplied, but take your own kitchen hand towel if, like me, you insist on a separate towel for hands!
The seating area had two good large sofas, a tub chair and a large coffee table, but no scatter cushions.
Beds were comfortable, with a tv in every bedroom, but inadequate storage space for clothes - a hanging rail, but only one, very high, shelf (unusable for 5'3" me), so folded clothes had to go on the floor of the wardrobe, and shoes on the floor elsewhere. There was a bath sheet and a face towel for each guest, and 2 bath robes, too - all of a lovely quality. We were there in a heatwave, so found the duvets rather too warm to use, and would have greatly appreciated air conditioning! Not often we say that in this country! We coped OK by keeping curtains closed while the sun was one them, then opening windows later. Good blackout curtains.
The bathroom and ensuite shower room were nicely equipped, including a 'tropical rain shower' head, as well as a normal shower head on a hose.
We were pleased to be able to park one car right next to the lodge and the other one just a few yards down the road, visible from the sitting room, which had a fabulous sea view! It was a few minutes uphill walk (or short drive) to the park centre facilities, which meant we heard no noise from them at all.
There was a lovely big decking area with large table and two benches, but no parasol (nor hole for one).
Confirmed guest, 2018-07-07