Comfort Inn Hospitality
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Hospitality Newcastle
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... we were hooked up, the Park Ranger paid them a visit and kicked them all out. Turns out everyone made complaints about them. We tried to book into Port Stephens or Shoal Bay for the night but they were all booked out (or wanted around $70 for the night). Change of plans and we drove straight through to our next destination, Cessnock. It is a great caravan park with multiple pools, shady sites, wood fire pizza oven and grapes growing right beside us. Super hot up here and ...
... squirrel and forgot to pack' kind of guy but that in a way makes it a perfect fit. We can't wait for what is to come and we will try as much as we can to write, update and capture what we are seeing for you all to be there with us as much as you possibly can. But for now, it's play time with Molly and bed for the big day ahead! We hope you enjoy and can't wait to share our adventures with you ...
... with thick blobs of sun cream smeared across their foreheads, badass surfers flicking wet curls out of their eyes, adolescents delicately positioned on colourful towels; body boards crashing to the shore, faces covered in ice cream, laughter, running, splashing, skipping. I paid dutiful attention to everyone's instructions on how to, "ride the wave" and catch the white, frothy tumult with elegance...before charging like a clumsy hippo towards the ...
... The fellow looks shocked, and asks credulously "How much did he win?". When she announces in a loud voice "$4.65!" - the bar erupts in laughter! In fact one lady who had overheard the whole conversation, was laughing the loudest!!! We could still hear her as we left the building! Paul whispered as we walked out "Geez, I didn't think it was THAT funny!!" I'm thinking we may have to go back tomorrow night and have another go. Who knows - we might win over $5 if we're ...
... after six weeks of working on a farm. It felt bizarre to be back in the hustle and bustle and the bright lights of the New South Wales city compared to the sleepy little town of Leeton. The countryside town was very small and it was almost like being in a time warp, so heading back to the massive, modern city was strange. It felt like I'd been gone a lot longer than just six weeks. Being back was almost like going home. I met up and stayed with old flatmates and met some new ...