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All reviewsqantas founders museumstockmans hall of fameoasis restaurantin townrooms are spaciouscourtesy busfantastic staygreat restaurantstayed nightsgreat positionundercover parkingtrain stationgreat place to staybreakfast and dinneronly criticismbit datedwalking distance
Looked good on website but was not good at all. Restaurant food terrible and room only had one towel for a family! Pool was dirty, gardens unattended.
Bit run down too. Disappointing.
Friendly staff but the whole place needs a make over.
This is a very friendly place to stay. Alittle out of town but walking distance from stockmans and qantas. Not a problem at all they have a shuttle and and are willing to take you all over. If we visit Longreach we will stay there...More
Room was okay, bathrooms very small and dated. Staff a little vague. Air con old and not efficient. Position however was very good for main attractions. I have to say I was a little disappointed after booking their premium room.
Room was large enough, if not a little dated. Clean and tidy. Undercover parking. Staff lax in following up on a problem (3 days with no result). On a group tour and the meals provided were ordinary (breakfast was fine for me). Something needs to...More
2 days is not enough time to spend in the beautiful part of the country. But how long is enough time.....well that depends on the individual. The Stockmans Hall of Fame is great and so too is QANTAS. Spend some time at the... More
2 days is not enough time to spend in the beautiful part of the country. But how long is enough time.....well that depends on the individual. The Stockmans Hall of Fame is great and so too is QANTAS. Spend some time at the coffee shops and meet plenty of locals. Ask if they would take you to a cattle station where you will experience the REAL bush. I was in Townsville yesterday and by chance met an old lady sitting on a park bench. She looked lonely so I spoke with her. What a surpirse!! She was not lonely, she was in Townsville with her grangchildren, all the way from Winton (which is near Longreach and worth a visit). These people have some much to tell us "City folk", it will blow your mind to listen to them as they tell teir stories of fun and laughter and sorror. They are the salt of the Earth, the Gems of the Outback, the people all of us need to meet. Please spend some time with the locals. Ask Lloyd at the Stockman's (CEO) to help you meet some locals. Hes a nice friendly fellow, or talk to Sue at the BP. I hope this helps.