Blue Waters Motel

Indicative Rate * AU$95 to AU$205

Blue Waters Motel Kingscliff is the ideal place to stay while you tour the beautiful Tweed Coast. An idyllic coastal town nestled between Tweed Heads and Pottsville, and close to the border of Queensland. A quick drive can take you anywhere, from rivers to cities and malls. You'll never be short of options during your stay.

Your hosts and their staff understand that a friendly greeting and a home away from home feeling is important to any travel experience and invite you to find out why so many people choose to visit Kingscliff and stay at Blue Waters Motel.

They are located just behind the quiet beachfront street of Marine Parade in Kingscliff and only a short stroll to the pristine Dreamtime Beach which extends over two kilometres between Fingal Lighthouse and the village of Kingscliff. No high rise visible, no crowds just a few fishermen and seagulls.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Our Rooms

One queen bed. Air-conditioning, television, ceiling fan, toaster available on request, breakfast available to the unit, tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms have sufficient space to add another single bed. Extra person charge would apply. Some rooms have wireless internet available.

Room sleeps one to two people.

One queen, one single ensemble and one fold out bed. Kitchenette facility, and breakfast available to unit.

Rooms sleeps four.

This room has a queen bed, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, LCD television, coffee and tea making facilities. Breakfast is available to the room. Cot hire is available. Some of these rooms have sufficient space to add a single bed (extra person charge would apply).

Room sleeps three people.

One queen and one single bed. Air-conditioning, LCD television. Breakfast available to the unit. Coffee and tea making facilities. Toaster available. Some of these rooms have sufficient space to add another single bed (extra person charge will apply).

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