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Queen of the Murchison B&B: Cue's Best B&B
Delightful hotel-style B&B accommodation.
There are Single, Double and Twin Rooms with shared showers and toilets.
Meals are good wholesome home cooked.
Beautiful furbished, comfortable to stay in.
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Nothing too luxurious
Accommodation choices in this region are fairly limited, though you can actually expect something a bit more comfortable than this long abandoned hotel at the ghost town of Big Bell. The town hotels do have accommodation and even though they are fairly ordinary you would be advised to book, especially in the wildflower season as there are a lot of tours at this time of year.
There are farmstay and stations that offer either considerable comfort (at a cost) or rather basic facilities in their shearer's quarters.
All the towns have camping and caravan sites - this is very popular winter touring territory for Australia's army of grey nomads.
If you are planning to spend a few days visiting the region you would probably do best to contact either the Western Australian Tourist Office in Perth or check their website.
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