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White Lace Motor Inn

Mackay, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$105 to AU$219

Welcome to the iconic White Lace Motor Inn. Surf the web to your heart's content with very fast and free wifi (1gb daily). Dine at the On The Greens Bistro right next door, just stroll on over for great food at Club prices or have breakfast in bed. Enjoy a cold beer or wine in the garden, swim in the crystal clear pool, barbecue on the terrace. View Foxtel with the latest free movies and all the sports channels. Get your washing done in their guest laundry.

Your warm Mackay welcome includes spacious comfortable rooms with professionally laundered linens, 10 different room types suitable for singles to families, including spa and self contained rooms, ample undercover parking close to your room, off street parking for larger vehicles.

Great position - they're just 5-10 minutes drive from the airport, train, hospitals and central business district.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
73 Nebo Road
Mackay, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Queen Room

Experience the character of these spacious well-appointed air conditioned rooms.  Outfitted with comfort in mind, each have a queen bed, dining setting, lounge sofa and ensuite.

Garden Courtyard Room

Featuring your own private covered courtyard to dine in and relax, these well-appointed and comfortable air conditioned rooms have a large sliding glass door leading outdoors that gives a real sense of space. All rooms in this wing have a queen bed, indoor and outdoor dining settings and lounge chair, microwave and toaster.  Some have a shower over a spa bath, and some have a shower only. Quietness is enhanced as they are located at the back of the property on the ground floor, so you can park right outside your door.

Superior Bath Room

Offering comfort, space and a full bath to relax in at the end of your day, these cosy air conditioned rooms are located towards the back of the property.    Each room is fronted with a verandah and contains a queen bed, a dining setting and lounge chairs, and the bathroom features a shower over the bath.  A microwave and toaster is provided in each room.

Superior Spa Room

There's lots of comfort and lots of space in these large rooms, as well as a two person spa bath to sink into at the end of your day.  Their air conditioned maxi rooms are our most popular, each outfitted with a queen and king single bed, dining setting and lounge chairs, with a shower over the huge step up spa bath.  They are located towards the back of the property to enhance a quiet stay, each fronted with a verandah.  A microwave and toaster is provided in each room.

2 Bedroom Family Room

These air conditioned two bedroom units are on the second level overlooking the pool and opening onto the wide verandah.  They are ideal for families, with a queen bed in the main room and a queen and a single bed in a second bedroom, each with their own flat-screen television.  Included are a dining setting and lounge chair, and microwave and toaster.  The bathroom is shared off the main room.  Rate includes up to 5 people.

Apartment

This spacious fully air conditioned apartment is situated on the second floor, with the verandah overlooking the pool and is perfect for families. It features a fully equipped kitchen and dining, large lounge room with comfy sofas, and a separate bedroom with lounge chair and its own television. This apartment sleeps up to 4 people in a queen bed (in separate bedroom) and 1 single bed and 1 divan bed (in the lounge), and is very suited to a longer stay. The kitchen includes oven and cooktop, microwave, toaster, full sized fridge and four piece dining setting

Family Room With Kitchen

Situated at the back of the property on the second floor, this quiet and comfortable air conditioned suite features a queen bed and 2 king single beds, with a privacy half wall between.  There is a fully equipped separate kitchen and dining area, heaps of cupboard space for the longer stay, sofa in the bedroom area, and access to a balcony.  The kitchen includes an oven, cooktop, microwave, toaster, full size fridge and dishwasher.   The bathroom features double shower heads.  Rate includes up to 4 people.

Maxi Family Room

Space is the defining word to describe this massive fully air conditioned room.  Designed as open plan for sharing a fun filled family evening, it includes a lounge area, dining setting, kitchenette with microwave and toaster, and large bar.  There are two balconies, each with table and chairs to sit and relax.  The room has one queen and four single beds to accommodate up to six people.  The large shower has double heads and there is a separate toilet.  We doubt you will find a bigger room anywhere else in Mackay!   Sleeps 6 people.  Rate includes up to 5 people.

Standard Queen Single Room

Each cosy air conditioned twin room has a queen and single bed, dining setting, lounge chair and ensuite.

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