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Inlet Views Holiday Lodge Motel Narooma

15 Forsters Bay Road, Narooma

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Inlet Views Holiday Lodge and Motel is a small owner operated complex with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere focussed on making your stay with us as pleasant as possible. Your hosts, Bill and Margaret Falls aim to see that your stay is so pleasant you won't want to go home.The units are situated in a quiet postion, just off the highway, but are still within walking distance or a short drive to shops, cafes, clubs, tennis courts, the marina and the beaches. Our elevated position has spectacular views over the estuary and mountains in addition to some ocean views from the garden area.The units are fully self contained, with a single bedroom and ensuite bathrooms plus the main living area has a kitchen and sitting area. Some units have extra sleeping in the living area suitable for small families. All our units are airconditioned and we have laundry facilities for our guests. Why not sit and relax with a quiet drink or enjoy a BBQ in the garden, as you watch the sun set over the mountains and beyond.We also have a two bedroom, two bathroom house available for holiday rental. The house is fully furnished and linen provided and is situated in McMillan Rd. Narooma. This is just a short distance from the units and has plenty of off street parking for cars and boats. The house will comfortably accomodate two couples or a small family and is very close to the inlet, an easy walk to cafes on the water, Tennis Courts, The Bowling Club and more. Click here to contact us for more information.
The map of NSW clearly shows where Narooma is and I am sure you will agree that it isn't to far away from the major capitals. Follow the directions and you will be here in no time at all. Inlet Views Holiday Lodge Motel is situated at 15 Forsters Bay Road, Narooma NSW 2546From SydneyHead south on the Princess Highway heading for Batemans Bay, once you get to Batemans Bay continue heading south for another 67 kilometres. You will pass through Mogo, Moruya, and Bodalla. The total drive is about 4 hours.From CanberraFrom Belconnen side take the Federal Highway and head in the direct of Goulburn and turn right onto Max Reef Road about 10 kilometres out of Canberra then follow Max Reef Road for about 15 Kilometres until it ends, turn right and go into Bungendore. From Woden side of town, head out through Queanbeyan and into Bungendore. Once you get to Bungendore follow the directions to Batemans Bay then head south to Moruya and Narooma. Total drive time is between 2 to 3 hours depending on traffic. From MelbourneLeave Melbourne from the north and follow the Princess Highway up through Lakes Entrance. Keep going north towards Bega / Eden. Narooma is 80 kilometres north of Bega. Total drive time is between 6 and 8 hours depending on road conditions.Get in your car and start driving because we would love to see you.
Our problem is know where to start there is just so much to do and see. If you fancy your nature raw and unspoiled, Narooma on the NSW South Coast is a gift from God. To your east you have the beach and shoreline, touched by nothing more menacing than the waves of the South Pacific or a snared fish. To the west pristine forests and parks stand guard over a trove of native flora and fauna - bushland tailored for a tranquil, reflective bush-walk or, if you are in an adventurous mood, a kayaking rush. Just 9km offshore Montague Island and its resident colonies of penguins, fur seals and sea birds await your camera and, of course, in the waters beyond marlin and other game fish are ready for your challenge. While Narooma has long been high on the list of destinations for all schools of anglers, the treasures beneath the sea are attracting more and more divers every year. Most of the divers are drawn to the peerless underwater world of Montague Island and its diverse and captivating marine life. And lets not forget the beautiful Wagonga Inlet, for a scenic cruise in tranquil waters enjoying the wildlife and views, or a spot of fishing.We have listed below some of the more popular activities you might like to read about.