Very new, spacious accommodation. Comfortable king size bed. Modern bathroom. Balcony with table and chairs to enjoy a sundowner overlooking the river. Guests have access to a lounge and fully equipped kitchen area with an espresso machine and everything you need to prepare and enjoy your own meals. Located at the airport it is a little out of town but worth it!
Great location for anyone visiting Moruya and even better if you are a flying visitor. James and Tim are the greatest hosts who went out of they way to make my stay go well. The rooms are spacious and the interior decorator needs a medal.
The rooms are very large and well appointed. The bathroom was fantastic with all the amenities you would expect. The staff were great, very helpful in recommending several restaurants just 5 minutes drive away. As the motel is only 7 months old everything is in top order and seems to be being maintained well. The only fault is that the room felt under furnished, it was very large yet only had one comfortable arm chair when two would have fitted easily. There was no stand on which to put a bag when there was a perfect space to put one. These are small things but worth noting. We had a great stay here and I enjoyed the 10 minute walk to the beach.
Without a doubt, the best accommodation in Moruya. New, clean and peaceful, overlooking the river. Walk to the beach, fish in the river, use the complimentary bikes and charge your car. Large lounge and kitchen for guest use plus espresso machines and large TVs in rooms. Book ahead as they’re often fully booked. Other hotels charge a similar rate in town and are dated and dull.
We stayed as an extended family unit, and so booked the entire hotel. It was perfect for us. It was a surprise birthday for my daughter organised by her husband. They had a seaplane flight, (a service of the hotel) to Coila Lake for a gourmet lunch, then picked up and returned to Moruya river beside the hotel. There are six large and well appointed apartments with comfy beds. It has a shared kitchen and dining area which I liked. When we stayed in this type of accommodation in New York, we found it's a great way to meet people and share experiences. The kitchen has all the facilities including a real coffee machine. There was no annoying noise from planes even though the hotel is right at the end of the runway. On opening a door out of curiosity, I found myself looking at a hanger containing four small planes. Tim and James, who run the place, were very likeable, and would have been most welcome to join our party. At the end of our stay, we drove to a beach at the other end of the runway. There were five surfers in our group, who had the pleasure of catching waves amidst a large pod of dolphins. We were also entertained by groups of sixteen parachutists, and planes coming and going. I can't guarantee the waves, dolphins or parachutists, but our weekend was perfect. Tim told me that the hotel opened in December, acted as a refugee centre for evacuated bushfire victims, then a centre for emergency services personnel, followed by the Corona shutdown. But he wasn't complaining.…