Flag Inn Keith

Dukes Highway, Keith, South Australia, 5267, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dukes Highway, Keith.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlag Inn Keith

Reviewed by roddyrocket

Excellent Motel

Reviewed Sep 20, 2012
by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

A very nice affordable Motel just off the Dukes Hwy. owner was very nice and the breakfast was Excellent. I would defiantly go back.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Flag Inn Keith

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Keith

A wonderful first day

A travel blog entry by bates01 on Jun 28, 2014

2 comments

Here we are at the end of our first day! We left Melbourne a little later than expected - there was a little shuffling to make everything fit in the camper trailer. After stopping to say goodbye to Grandpa Peter, we were ready to hit the road. We have waited for what seems like forever for this holiday - and so the first sign that said WEST is what we took. Unfortunately, it was the Western Ring Road instead of the ...

Barossa Valley to SA-Vic Border

A travel blog entry by kzjacques on Sep 18, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... just to do next...head down to The Coorong and straight to Bordertown and beyond to Victoria (high hopes to reach Dimboola!). After stopping for photos here and there, the border and beyond was a little too ambitious, so we decided for Meningie down by Lake Albert and part of The Coorong - a chance for a bit of birdlife. Well it was cold and windy and not exactly the right time for all birdlife but there were plenty of pelicans and gulls. ...

Cranbourne to Keith

A travel blog entry by annie_and_mo on Apr 29, 2013

Stayed with Andrew for 6 nights. Dinner first night at Cranbourne RSL. Smoko one morning with Gaye (delicious banana bread). Murray spent ANZAC day with Andrew, Jayne, Gaye and Lance ... I spent the day with Enid. Visit with Marilyn on Wednesday. She isn't well (bronchitis). We scattered Pop's ashes in Mordialloc Creek where he used to moor his boat ... a very idyllic spot. Had been raining all morning but the weather was perfect for ...

Across the Nullabor Plain

A travel blog entry by pauline8 on Dec 18, 2012

4 photos

After miles and miles and miles and miles and miles............... We had some really hot days and nights, but mostly the travelling has been good, covering 500 to 650 Kms a day. Nothing much to see really, it was just exciting for us as we have never been this far by road and therefor all new. But, it did not take long before we started to wish we were on the other side. I am guessing the trip home will feel much longer as we will be so keen to get there The swagman broke ...

The long or short way home?

A travel blog entry by thegrubers on Oct 24, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

There had been discussion over which day we aimed to get home. One camp said take the short way to arive Thursday, the other camp said Friday. This morning it was looking like Friday, but very quickly it changed to tomorrow for a few reasons, one of them being that we didn't want miss a few people before they went away. This meant we were headed through Adelaide after a short stop for lunch. The traffic seemed to have other ideas with cars trying to make Paul rear end ...