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Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village

458 Veal Street corner of Veal and Canning, Hopetoun, Western Australia 6348 Australia
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#1 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Hopetoun
We are on the corner of Veal Street and Canning Blvde and only 200 metres from the cafe strip, restaurants and our beautiful beaches in the centre of town. We are on the edge of the renowned Fitzgerald River National Park where a world class new bitumen road takes you for a scenic drive along the Fitzgerald coast all the way to the Hamersley Inlet and Mt Barren. Hopetoun has some of the most beautiful and amazing beaches on the south coast of Western Australia. We can organise picnic hampers and advise the best location to enjoy a day at the beach. For the more adventurous we suggest climbing Mt Barren and taking in the awe inspiring views from the top. You wont be disappointed. Nor will you disappointed with the abundant flora and fauna of the Fitzgerald River National Park. We know all the details just ask Brenda or Lester. There are three or four fabulous restaurant cafes within close walking distance as we are in the Centre of Town, also note we very rarely require air conditioning because of Hopetoun's cool summer breezes; heating is available in room. We both Look Forward to seeing you.
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458 Veal Street corner of Veal and Canning, Hopetoun, Western Australia 6348 Australia
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Kathleen D wrote a review Feb 2021
Perth, Australia242 contributions108 helpful votes
Standard set up. Double and single bed in room. Microwave, kettle, toaster supplied, but limited crockery. The place needs to be spruced up, certainly outdated. Removed bedcover to find stains underneath, so unsure of how often this would be washed. Instructions for TV controls in room would have been helpful. Had to ask for assistance with this. We had to change our reservation, due to the travel restrictions, but they were not very helpful, asking us to go back to the booking agent, who then said the type of room we booked was no longer available. In actual fact we could re-book, but had to pay a little more.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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Karen O wrote a review Feb 2021
27 contributions27 helpful votes
Had never been to Hopetoun & this hotel was well above what was expected. Immaculate, in a great location could not have wanted more from a small town accommodation. Facilities included access to a laundry & was very quiet.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Travel D wrote a review Jan 2021
6 contributions3 helpful votes
This review relates to the two storey apartment with ocean views. Apartment no.7 is very tired and has had little maintenance. Think very carefully before booking this one. The large carpet stains on entry, passage and stairs are shocking. I see this has been pointed out before on this forum and nothing has changed. The coffee table which isnt that important has a blistered top from what appears to be cigarette burns. When the wind is strong (alot) the roof flashing on the eastside flaps and this drove us crazy sitting anywhere in the lounge or kitchen. The three small windows facing east on the upstairs bedroom do not close properly (need oil) so the wind from the east howls through them (more noise!). We stuffed shirts into the window gaps just to get a nights sleep. Near the kitchen stairwell there is a very sharp metal flooring corner that punctured my sons foot. He was very lucky and we used gaffa tape to cover for fear this could really hurt someone in the future. The electric stove top controls no longer has any on/off indicators or low/hi heat indicators. This is quite dangerous and annoying as you need to monitor closely to work out whether one direction is hotter or cooler. I will say one positive. When the hot water system failed, we advised management and their response was excellent. They had s plumber and sparky their to fix in real quick time.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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pralinka10 wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth, Australia412 contributions282 helpful votes
Positives: 1. Standard double room was very spacious. 2. Microwave/kettle/mini fridge and complementary tea/coffee were provided. 3. Fast and free WiFi connection. 4. Table with two chairs was a welcome addition. 5. Location - close to the town centre and National Park. Negatives: 1. The room was very dark - inadequate lighting. 2. Dated furniture. 3. Old/dated bathroom. 4. No plates or bowls.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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William B wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth, Australia33 contributions20 helpful votes
We (Two couples) stayed at the townhouse which is physically separate from the rest of the motel and Chalet Village. It has a stunning location and has been well designed so that the kitchen and Veranda are on the first floor with amazing views to the ocean. Kitchen was well equipped with a good size fridge and microwave. Adequate cutlery and glasses. Two of the bedrooms are on the first floor, one with a queen and the other twin beds, and this location is probably better as it is much closer to the kitchen. The other bedroom is on the ground floor with the laundry. The overnight price is certainly not cheap, and for the price you would probably expect a slightly higher quality in certain areas. For example, the carpet has numerous stains on it and really should be replaced. The other couple we were with also said their mattress was not great. Finally, although Hopetoun is a very safe place it would have been nice to be able to close the garage, but the garage door appears to be broken and must remain open.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village
Which popular attractions are close to Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
Nearby attractions include Barrens Beach (7.9 km), 4 Mile Beach (7.9 km), and Barrens Lookout (7.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and a concierge.
Which room amenities are available at Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities, complimentary tea, and free instant coffee during their stay.
Is parking available at Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include Shipwrecked Gourmet Bakery, Port Cafe, and Christine's Kitchen.
Is Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Hopetoun.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hopetoun Motel & Chalet Village?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.