Country Way Motor Inn

Cunnamulla, Paroo Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$150

Country Way Motor Inn, Cunnamulla's Award Winning Accommodation, as voted by guests reviews. Trip Advisor: 2014 Certificate of Excellence, 2015 Bravo Badge, 2016 Certificate of Excellence.

It provides a relaxing escape from the world, with a range of comfortable room choices, to accommodate from one to three guests, including a unit with full disabled facilities and wheelchair access. Cooked or continental breakfasts are available to your room. Or if you would like a toaster, or a meal heated in the microwave, just ask. Communication is the key. If you don't ask, you will never know.

You'll find the facilities and rooms comfortable, exceptionally clean and attractive with everything you need to make your stay a pleasant one. Keep in touch with complimentary wi-fi access in your room. Just ask for your password access.

Country Way get the basics right, and all the rest follow suit.
Read the reviews on Trip Advisor, past guests will recommend staying with them. Make contact now, discuss your requirements and book your escape, or book directly on their website. They will do their utmost to make your stay enjoyable.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
17 Emma Street
Cunnamulla, Paroo Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Queen Room

Tea and Coffee making facilities are in all rooms. Units are serviced daily, on a multi-night stay. The stock in your cupboards is replenished, and ready for your use. Additional blankets and pillows, Iron and board, are in the cupboard. If you have any special needs, please advise the management.

Standard Twin Single Room

Tea and Coffee making facilities are in all rooms. Units are serviced daily, on a multi-night stay. The stock in your cupboards is replenished, and ready for your use. Additional blankets and pillows, Iron and board, are in the cupboard. If you have any special needs, please advise the management.

Disabled Queen Room

Tea and Coffee making facilities are in all rooms. Units are serviced daily, on a multi-night stay. The stock in your cupboards is replenished, and ready for your use. Additional blankets and pillows, Iron and board, are in the cupboard. If you have any special needs, please advise the management.

Queen/Single Room

Tea and Coffee making facilities are in all rooms. Units are serviced daily, on a multi-night stay. The stock in your cupboards is replenished, and ready for your use. Additional blankets and pillows, Iron and board, are in the cupboard. If you have any special needs, please advise the management.

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