See why so many travelers make Beachview Motel their motel of choice when visiting Bermagui. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Beachview Motel features baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Beachview Motel guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity to Montreal Goldfield (1.7 mi), guests of Beachview Motel can easily experience one of Bermagui's most popular landmarks.
Travelers looking to enjoy some oyster can head to il Passaggio or Blue Wave Seafood. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Mister Jones Open Studio and Espresso Bar, The Cream Patisserie, or Bermi's Beachside Cafe.
Best of all, Beachview Motel makes it easy to experience some great Bermagui attractions like Bermagui Harbour Marina, which is a popular marina.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Beachview Motel as you experience all of the things Bermagui has to offer.
We turned up without a booking after making a last minute decision to have a weekend away. This place seemed the most reasonable of what we could find on the usual booking sites, though at $185 it was not what I would call cheap. It was well positioned, across from the beach and in the center of town. However it was very dated, dark and had a lingering musty op shop type smell. Despite free wifi being advertised it did not work in our room. According to the owner this problem was only in our room as and due to distance from office.. however no price reduction was offered. The bed was comfortable but I would not return, it was pretty ordinary and even a little depressing.
Please do not waste your money here! The decor was completely outdated and the owner after cleaning would leave our front door wide open. I told her it I didn’t feel comfortable and it was a privacy issue and instead of acknowledging my complaint, she agrgued with me for 20 minutes that I was wrong and she is the owner. I shouldn’t leave a holiday feeling uncomfortable and upset, not when you’re paying $175 a night to be treated like this. If I could give zero stars I would. Very disappointed.
stayed for 1 night in march. the decor of the rooms would be best described as 70s to 80s. furniture is also old fashioned and dated. good - the bed was comfortable and the room that i stayed in was clean. it is close to the shops and eating establishments bad - there is limited facilities to wash and hang your clothes. no outdoor hose to wash your feet after going to the beach. smoking is allowed outside the rooms and we had smoke smell permeate into our room. you cannot park your car directly outside your room. ugly - the manager/owner (pam) can be quite unfriendly. during the tathra bushfires, pam put up a "no vacancy" sign, even though a number of the rooms were unlet (but it is also possible that she wasn't the only bermagui establishment that did this). due to the tathra bushfires, we were stranded for 1 night and desperate - we did not have much of our personal belongings because we had to evacuate from tathra with little warning and a lot of acccommodation was booked out in surrounding areas. pam had no problems in charging us full price (at peak rates - $160/night for 2 people) and expecting us to pay straight away. i am not sure if she did this to others. after checking out, driving to the bega evacuation centre, queueing for 2.5 hours to get all the necessary government paperwork for our 1 night's accommodation to be reimbursed, i rang the hotel before i drove from bega to bermagui to see if the office would be attended. luckily, i did this because pam told me that her credit card machine was unable to process refunds, she would not accept the government paperwork to get reimbursed, told me that she couldn't help me further and was on another phone call and hung up in my ear. to get reimbursed, all that was required was to spend $1 for a stamp, post the paperwork to the government and wait 6 weeks for the cheque to be mailed out. it was disappointing to experience this sort of attitude, particularly in these terrible circumstances. i stayed at other accommodation and they were more than happy to accept the paperwork to get the accommodation reimbursed by the government. if you are desperate for last minute bermagui accommodation, i would consider other establishments before coming here. even without pam's attitude, i would have to say that the room was also not good value for money.…
Bermagui was a stop on the way home to break a long trip and enjoy the country side. The Beach view Motel was a surprise as it was quaint. The motel is owned and run by Pam who is meticulous and is very proud of her facility which she has operated all its life. The rooms were very clean and the beds great to sleep in.. There is off street parking which was very welcome. A very enjoyable stay
This is a lovely old fashioned motel overlooking the park and sea. The owners are delightful and very considerate. We are staying another night now and I can't wait to sit on my balcony and enjoy the beautiful scenery as the sun sets.