Comfort Inn Bay Of Isles
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Family rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Bay Of Isles Esperance
We stayed in one of the apartments and it was lovely. It was almost like a reverse house as down stairs was the bedrooms and bathroom. Upstairs was the kitchen and living room which were open.We did have to walk quite a bit to reception though and there were a few other problems but I would recommend it. We also had a lovely view.
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... just straight driving. Lots of nice trees & scenery along the road though. L had her first long distance experience with driving the hilux - driving from Ravensthorpe into Esperance.road trains, wide loads & overtaking cars were all part of the first 'real' drive!!!
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