BEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Carnarvon
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Carnarvon
The staff were helpful and the food was good. The guy tending the pool area needs a special mention as he found my very expensive prescription sunglasses and although he didn't know which room we were in, he put them in a place for me to find after I had left them under the sunbed next to the pool. Full marks for his honesty.
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Travel Blogs from Carnarvon
We drive to Carnarvon, putting on another 300km towards our final northern destination of Coral Bay. The highway is a relentless Mad Max ruler straight ribbon of pavement in the middle of the shrubbery that grows out of the red dirt sand. It's called the Indian Ocean Drive, but a glimpse of the ocean is rare. Towns are few but every 100 km or so …
... we survived. After we did that there was a museum there and we had a look through there. On the way back we went to Woolies to get a couple things,
The morning was a bit duey which made the tent quite wet, there was water on the floor inside which I put my foot in when I got up to go to the toilet. It was the first time that I felt miserable because of what I had ...
... most of the other visitors cars were parked) and stopped to get out and have a look…….there was not much too see so we questioned a couple of other people who seemed to think that as the tide was out and there was very little swell, the blowholes were not ‘blowing’. So somewhat disappointed we headed north for about 10km (on a pretty rough road) to visit Quobba Station. There are camp sites there and it is a ...
... One Mile Jetty is in poor condition at the moment. The restoration work is underway, but it is unsafe for the train for about half the length. And the end of the jetty is closed. The fishing from the jetty has been largely unsuccessful since the cyclone, with the water a muddy colour, not the blue water for which it is famous.
On Thursdays, the caravan park holds a sausage sizzle for the guests. This will sound familiar to some. The ...
... see from our camp, these (French) guys didn't really seem to be interested in our company (probably because with people from other countries as theirs they had to speak English) - By no means of offending anyone from whatever nationality, but it is remarkable how many French people are traveling the west coast of Australia (perhaps everywhere in Ozzy, but I can't tell from own experience yet) - anyway, we moved to another bonfire and sat there for a while. ...