Sir Francis Drake Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Sir Francis Drake Inn Raymond Terrace
Travel Blogs from Raymond Terrace
... to Australia’s role in WW2 and was glad that we were getting a chance to learn more.
We watched the sun set from Shoal Bay beach and Peter was able to get some photos of the huge pelicans which had been soaking up the last warmth of the sand. Then, with stomachs reminding us that we had only eaten gingerbread men since breakfast, we got a taxi back to Nelson Bay for dinner. This time we sampled the area’s Thai cuisine and were delighted with our enormous ...
Well it's finally here,n4 years of planning and research. Can't quiet believe it. Not much sleep last night,very excited plus a bottle of wine lol Floated around all day a bit of cleaning etc,picked up car at 12 and had lunch. Bit of showers around so decided to leave half hour earlier than planned,left at 2.30, Poor sari dog knew. She will have a ball hanging out with Ash though, Got ...
... salad rolls with leftover beef from the weber roast the other night.
After lunch I went for a cycle to and around Lake Munmorah. Heather took it easy then put on the TV to watch the ANZAC day football.
Late this afternoon we went for a walk to Vales Point to watch the sun setting. We were a little late but did get some great shots of the red sky. We also got some great shots of the full moon and it's reflection on the water.
... flights and tours have been booked, car rental and accommodation, arranged. We have had the required jabs and are hopefully becoming immune to many of the diseases that could befall a visitor to some of the world’s more untamed destinations.
We had originally thought we would only travel around South Africa, with possibly a side trip to Victoria Falls, but things have expanded. After shaking the piggy bank ...
We gingerly descended the dangerously foggy and wet roads of the Blue Mountains where the visibility was less than 10 meters and escaped the terrible weather unscathed! We then began our beautifully remote drive through the isolated Wollemi national park. We drove for six hours through windy and twisty forest roads and came within inches of running out of petrol in the middle of nowhere. But luckily we just made it out of the national park and reached the nearest ...