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The Smokehouse Hotel & Restaurant By The Golf Course Cameron Highlands

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Mandy
Mandy
April 23, 2017
Walking distance about 9 min 700m from Somersquare. Quick facts: The Smokehouse is built in 1937 in the style of a traditional timber framed English inn, complete with nooks and crannies, open fireplaces and crooked floors. You can relax and simply watch the world go by while enjoying a meal in the…
Darren
Darren
January 24, 2017
The Smokehouse Hotel and Restaurant is a famous attraction for visitor, it is because the environment here is very nice and the building is a old British style! You can enjoy your High tea here with your love one or friends and family
Kah Ngee
Kah Ngee
August 20, 2016
Walking distance about 9 min 700m from Somersquare. Quick facts: The Smokehouse is built in 1937 in the style of a traditional timber framed English inn, complete with nooks and crannies, open fireplaces and crooked floors. You can relax and simply watch the world go by while enjoying a meal in the…
Chin
Chin
June 11, 2016
Old English Architecture of the buildings and ambience, Good for tea time, lunch or dinner

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Tanah Rata, Pahang 39000
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