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Review of Harlyn Bay by peter on January 1st, 2010
my wife and i stayed at the harlyn inn overnight last year (2008) to break up christmas holiday and to check out our holiday destination for the following year, we picked the harlyn inn because it advertised dogs welcome, we found the staff to be so friendly, polite and helpfull, the room was clean, tidy and perfectly adequate for the two of us. we had the use of a colour tv, on suite bathroom and shower, tea and coffee provided with kettle in the room and adequate storage space for clothing etc. the beach is only 100 yards away and totally dog friendly, as evening rolled in we decided to sample the inn for a drink and something to eat, we were glad we did as the food was excellent and they have a good selection of drink to cater for many tastes, we found the bar to have a few local people enjoying the evening who all made us and the other guests feel welcome, as i said that was 2008, we again visited the inn dec 29 2009 (room one) and again we were made to feel at home by everyone. as a result we are already looking forward to going again in 2010. i would certainly reccomend the inn to anyone who likes to feel at home where they stay.

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