Hotel accommodation near Harbour View Motel Robe - Robe Australia

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Harbour View Motel Robe

General Description The Award Winning - Harbour View Motel is a 4 star luxury boutique accommodation with views overlooking Robes boat harbour and picturesque Guichen Bay. Guests are treated to a choice of spacious new upper level spa suites with private balconies, or new luxury ground level suites with views of the harbour. Harbour View Motel also has standard and family suites at very reasonable prices The Harbour View Motel provides accommodation commanding uninterrupted panoramic views overlooking Robes crayfishing fleet, boat harbour and picturesque Guichen Bay. Our Motel offers standard motel style accommodation for the budget conscious traveler. So if you want to stay close to all of Robe's amenities and have a limited budget then our quality standard rooms are definitely for you Austar Available to all rooms, Off Street car parking, Undercover BBQ Pergola, Wireless Internet Broadband, Kitchenettes available, Childrens's Playround, Rainwater Tank, Guest Laundry, Washing Machine, Cloths Dryer, Cloths Line, DVD and VCR players available, Microwave's available, Plus irons, ironing boards and hair dryers are available in all rooms Attractions Robe's coastline was explored by Captain Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin in 1802, and Robe was founded by the South Australian Government as a seaport and village in 1846. Robe grew quickly and by 1857 was one of South Australia's major seaports exporting direct to international ports such as London. In the years between 1857 and 1863 following the imposition of a landing tax by the Victorian government , many Chinese landed at Robe and walked overland to avoid the tax, this lead to a period of great prosperity and the erection of many fine buildings. Approximately 17,000 Chinese landed at Robe, bringing in an estimated 16,000 pounds into the Robe economy. The declined of the goldrush in the late 1860's also caused a slowdown in Robes economy, fortunately this decline, has ensured that a large portion of the old town has been preserved so that 84 historic buildings and sites remain. In terms of the number of historically important buildings recognised by the National Trust, Robe ranks foremost in South Australia. Robe is also listed as one of the State's historical towns in the Heritage Conservation Branch's Master Interpretation Plan. Had the town continued to thrive, it is possible that re-development would have destroyed or obscured the remains of its early history. For those guests that enjoy their sport, close facilities include golf course, tennis, squash, skate park and football oval. For others that just want to explore go for a Scenic walk to the Obelisk, Doorway Rock, jetty, secluded beaches and coves which are immediately to the left. A leisurely walk of about 500 metres to the main street where you can indulge in the great range of shops, Wine Bars, Restaurants and Cafes is to the right. Transportation In the centre of Robe near the water and Boat Harbour, central to all the major attractions of Robe and the Limestone Coast.
2 Sturt St
Hotel Facilities
High-speed Internet, Parking, Tour Desk, Massage / Beauty Centre, Air
Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Conference Room(s), Refrigerator, Bath /
Hot Tub, Kitchenette, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer, TV, DVD Player,
Laundry service, Garden, Playground, Direct dial phone, Free Parking
Price (approx.)
AUD 100.00



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