Red Cab Inn
Lonely Planet review
Cottages rooms with cartoon character and hosts whose arms are open so wide that they become pseudo parents to their repeat visitors. If you're lucky enough to secure a room the RedCabInn will become synonymous with home.
People keep coming back to the RedCabInn for the immaculately kept grounds, the pleasant restaurant and the bright personality of the rooms and the management. Brian and Alma have painted their happy and hospitable character in broad brushstrokes on every wall of their secluded property. Brian's seafaring days find expression in round windows and arched doorways that would grace the captain's cabin. The green, green grass and the red, red room exteriors have the neat perfection of Legoland, but with more rounded edges and comfortable cosiness. The honeymoon suite is a sanctuary of fun. Its domed roof is studded with blue lights to create a night sky facade. The rooms aren't enormous, but they're airy and private with trim balconies from which to enjoy a wholesome breakfast. They're also good value even during peak season.