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All reviewsgreat locationofficers rowroom key opensprivate gatedirect accessrooms are basic but cleanseafood chowdercontinental breakfastmain entranceghost tour at nightday passwould stay againconvict settlementyogurtlovely viewthree capeselectric blankets
Great location a shame they don’t have tables and chairs on the verandah so you can enjoy the view. Probably built in the 60s and has not been renovated since. Rooms are clean and spacious.The WiFi doesn’t work at all so don’t waste your time...More
The motor inn is due to be knocked down and replaced by fancy expensive accommodation in the next few year. So it is basic and not the most up to date but the location is good.
Can't comment on bistro as ate elsewhere.
The inn is fantastically located n we could see the historic site from our room back side, it’s a no frill, rustic n debilitating inn, which definitely needs some face lift n better parking space, the bathroom is quite small, but all said and done...More
Stayed here for 1 night to see Port Arthur, booked a package deal which we thought was a good deal...until we at the restaurant, absolutely rubbish and if wasnt part of a package I would have refused to pay for it, barstaff were friendly and...More
The Port Arthur Motor Inn is based in the 1960s and nothing much has changed. The rooms are basic but clean, meals are pub-style and the place has the hallmark of a family run venture.
The motor inn’s best asset is a beautiful view over...More