Family (For 4)

Room Description

Stay in comfort with your family. Our family rooms have a variety of bedding configurations to suit your group. Keep warm or cool with reverse cycle air conditioning and electric blankets.

Rooms are equipped with TV, refrigerator, and tea and coffee facilities.

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Bathurst Explorers Motel bunk room

Our Property

Convenient Location

Bathurst Explorers Motel is located at 357 Stewart St. Just 2km to central Bathurst and 600m from the Charles Sturt University Campus.

Family Friendly

We have family rooms and cots available on request. Speak to our helpful reception staff.

Microwave Oven

We have a limited number of microwave ovens. You can request a microwave for your room.

Early Check-in

If you need to check in early, talk to our helpful reception staff.

No Smoking

We have designated no-smoking rooms and floors. However, we provide ashtrays and outdoor seating for those who choose to smoke.

Guest Kitchen

We have a communal kitchen with a dining table, stove, microwave, crockery and utensils, where you can prepare simple meals till 9pm.

Barbecue Facilities

Enjoy a barbecue in the garden courtyard. The barbecue and utensils are available to all guests.

Pets Allowed

You’re welcome to have your pet share your room. There is an additional fee of $10 and conditions apply.

Parking

There is ample free parking on the property and most guests can secure a park directly outside their room.

Wi Fi Internet Access

On check in guests are provided with a username and password for wi fi internet access.

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Room Rates

$150/night
Weekends & Public Holidays (Family 4 person)
  • Queen + 2 Singles
  • En-suite bathrooms with shower
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning
  • Electric blankets
  • Comfy beds
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$139/night
Weekdays Sun-Thu (Family 4 person)
  • Queen + 2 Singles
  • En-suite bathrooms with shower
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning
  • Electric blankets
  • Comfy beds
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