Centrepoint motor inn is a typical Australian motorway inn with Austar TV. It is centrally situated and has clean and spacy rooms. Seems to be very popular at high season.
Friendly service, room has a window looking out onto one of the main streets, bed is very comfortable and far better than I could have expected for $40 dbl. Very new condition shared bathroom facilities (one for men, one for women) down the hall.
The place doesn't seem to have been open as a backpackers for long, and there is lot of activitu going on - they're building a bar in the dining room inside (which is very spacious - room for a whole group of tables once they fill it).
Commercial Kitchen with 6 burner stove and plenty of cooking facilities, looks clean, full sized fridge, guest laundry also.
Comfortable TV room with lounges.
Actually we were told that the part of the hostel where we stayed (which looked just fine to us) is being demolished to make way for more renovations. Seems this place is really going to go ahead, especially with a full liquor licence and the bar soon to start.
I've chosen to highlight budget accommodation in Warrnambool because it's harder to find: if you want luxury, you have only to pick up any of the many brochures at the Tourist Info Centre, but the only way I found this place is by accident as I was driving around the city.
Basic but comfortable accommodation (shared bathroom facilities), which a friend said was $40 dbl and great when he stayed here about 6 months ago, but I've just checked into it myself, and now it's $80 per double per night (shared facilities and I have to say the bathroom is nothing fancy)
You do get a fully cooked breakfast for that price. There's a good restaurant with extensive restaurant downstairs as part of the pub.
It's an attractive building with nice character and has meals, restaurant, and a jazz band playing sometimes on weekends.
Open 7 days from 10.30 am.
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