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Red Earth Motel – Broken Hill!

This is one of Broken Hills’ motels which is situated in the main street a block from the city centre.

This motel has twelve rooms for visitors to select from whilst they enjoy Broken Hill’s offerings.

There is a beautiful swimming pool at the front with a nice shaded barbeque area for entertaining or simply cooking a nice meal.

Broken Hill has much to offer visitors and we have a large Tourist Information Centre for plenty of free documentation and advice.

As you can see by the photo it is very open with some small dashers of greenery.

Do you have plenty of accommodation for visitors to your home town?


Image Credit » This photo was taken by me and comes from my personal collection.

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Comments

inertia4 wrote on August 6, 2015, 8:22 PM

Now that looks so much better than the ones I see here in America. It looks clean and neat. I would actually want to stay there.

DWDavisRSL wrote on August 6, 2015, 10:33 PM

When I moved to this area 21 years ago nice accommodations were scarce but there has been a building boom, which is still going on, and several nice mid-range hotels have been built around the here.

cheri wrote on August 6, 2015, 10:43 PM

That looks better. AT least people have something to go to for a stay

PriscillaKing wrote on August 7, 2015, 10:32 PM

I'm writing this from someone's basement, just behind a motel. It's clean and neat outside, and while one of my sisters was a maid there it was *hospital* clean inside. But this is in Kingsport, Tennessee.

My town--Gate City, Virginia--has a bed & breakfast in a beautiful old nineteenth century house. It's a wonderful *luxury* place to stay. I think the rate was $150 a night the last time I checked. But that includes use of a full-sized kitchen and sitting room, as if you were a friend of the family (who don't actually live there). Nothing like a motel at all.

Porcospino wrote on August 9, 2015, 8:40 PM

It looks like a nice place to stay. I live in a small town. In my town there are a few grocery stores, a pub, a school and a kindergarten but no hotels. Visitors have to stay at a hotel in the nearest town which is about 10 minutes away by car.