Gloucester Motel & Restaurant

Address: 1 Ellis St, Pemberton, Western Australia, 6260, Australia | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 1 Ellis St, Pemberton, is near Pemberton Tramway, Pemberton Discovery Tours, and Bicentennial Tree.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking

          Services

          • Room service
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsGloucester Motel & Restaurant Pemberton

          Reviewed by simonfowler68

          Just ok!

          Reviewed Jun 5, 2014
          by (6 reviews) Narre Warren South , Australia Flag of Australia

          Crap, avoid this place! Wifi sucks. Restaurant expensive!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Gloucester Motel & Restaurant Pemberton

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Pemberton

          Albany to Pemberton

          A travel blog entry by lynshep on Sep 10, 2016

          8 photos

          It was overcast with light rain and cold this morning as we left Albany. We headed east towards Denmark. The Tree Top Walk is an 18 km drive from Walpole and 52km from Denmark on the South Coast Highway. The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk features a stunning walkway positioned 40 metres above the ground amid the spectacular heights of the …

          Exploring local area

          A travel blog entry by macstoire on Nov 09, 2015

          18 photos

          ... the tourist map because it is within the tall Karri tree forests and has walkways and greets you can climb. I went because they were filming up there and I wanted to see the film set. I didn't have appropriate climbing gear on so I went to see the Gloucester tree, but did not climb it. Instead I took a walk through the forest which has trees up to 100metre high elongating toward the sky. I have never been so overwhelmed by birdsong. ...

          Arrival at the farm

          A travel blog entry by macstoire on Nov 01, 2015

          ... it always becomes to a point where we fit together and do things automatically in rhythm. My learning and steady footing is all part of the process to get to me that point. And once I'm more confident in my role I will start to take time out here and there to explore the local area. There is a beach only 20km away and a lot of tourist look out and hiking spots. They also have mountain bikes I am free to use. Although I am in one of the more remote inhabited places ...

          Albany to Pemberton

          A travel blog entry by marilyna on Sep 16, 2015

          We cleaned Hebe Cottage, packed up and left just after 9am. We topped up our fuel and made our way out of Albany. I'm sure it is a nice place, especially when the weather is fine, but it is a much bigger place than we'd expected and we were glad to get out of town. We drove along the South Coast Highway to the town of Denmark, which was a much smaller town and different to what we'd expected. We had a coffee then drove about 10km to ...

          Tree climbing and Warren National Park

          A travel blog entry by mccollsofoz on May 13, 2015

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... very hot curry over the fire.

          The next day's pack up went well even including cooking toast over the remaining coals of our fire, so of to the tree with still more excitement. We all made it to the top of this former fire spotting tree which though shorter at 60m than the bicentennial tree it had a better view as it was at the top of a hill. Whilst then heading toward Margaret River we also visited The Cascades and Beedelup ...