The Elimatta Motor Inn offers motel ensuite accommodation at Devonport on Tasmania’s north coast.The Elimatta Motor Inn is situated on the esplanade of the Mersey River within 15 minutes stroll of Devonport’s central business district. It has 22 ensuite rooms with telephone, electric blankets, tea and coffee making facilities and car parking.The Elimatta Motor Inn has a bistro, public bar with eight ball tables, and a gaming room.In Devonport visit the Regional Gallery and the Maritime Museum, Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre, historic Home Hill, the residence of Tasmania’s only Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons.Just outside Devonport take a steam train ride along the Don River. Nearby Latrobe offers up antique shops, chocolate tasting at Anvers Chocolate Factory, a platypus encounter and a visit to the Axeman’s Hall of Fame and Trout Centre, just to name a few.Further inland are the towns of Railton known as the Town of Topiary with more than 100 topiaries, its also home to Looking Glass Cottage antiques and collectables, and Sheffield is known as the Town of Murals with over 45 murals showing the history of the region. Visit Aunty Iris’ Doll Museum with over 1500 dolls dating from the ...read more
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Well for the good and bad here I can say, people are funny creatures especially when staying in motel accommodation, I research and seek out exactly what I need that is close to where I want to go daily, as I am disabled and it helps to do this but if I am staying in budget accommodation its exactly that, do not book a place that is advertised budget if you expect someone to chase after you and place your food in your mouth via silver spoon. I travelled to Tasmania to catch up with family, I love them dearly but I like my own space too, so I choose to stay in motels, I was in Hobart a few days and had a booking on Redline to travel to Devonport, well so I thought, I contacted Redline on the morning of the afternoon I was to travel and well, apparently the fellow who booked me on the bus had me down for Bernie to Hobart hmmm, anyway they rectified it but it meant I would arrive in Devonport way past reception hours for the Elimatta. I rang and got a lovely lady onread more
Never go to the elimatta motel, I would ever recommend this place to anyone. It was the biggest s**t hole i have ever been to in my life. The queen bed was completly sunk in and could not sleep on it. The single bed and it was full of bed bugs. The staff were the most rude and hostile people i have ever met, bathroom was filthy i hated every second i was stuck in this place. Tasmania is a beautiful state but the elimatta left me with hate and resentment for the place. You do not run a buisness like this.