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Kempsey Powerhouse Motel - Kempsey Hotels

Kempsey Powerhouse Motel

465 Macleay Valley Way, Kempsey - Map
"The Lantern Inn Still Going Strong"
Great service and a good, solid room with excellent facilities. It's great to see some places in the bypasseed Kempsey still going strong. Back in the 60's this hotel was the place to be on a Friday night and it's great to see an institution like this still going strong after over 50 years. Nice, tidy clean rooms, friendly staff and the least hassle i've ever had in regards to a check in and check out
A Traveller
Colonial Court Motor Inn - Kempsey Hotels

Colonial Court Motor Inn

155 Smith Street And Pacific Highway, Kempsey - Map
"Great location"
Set well back from highway in lovely, manicured grounds. Tranquil river setting and no noise made for good sleeping. Staff were friendly and rang promptly with early morning wakeup call. Reasonably priced and highly recommend.
Traveller from Coffs Harbour
Best Western Colonial Court motor Inn is situated well back off the highway surrounded by lush lawns and gardens overlooking …More
Moon River Motor Inn - Kempsey Hotels

Moon River Motor Inn

159 Smith Street, Kempsey - Map
"Quiet place with hotel restaurant"
Would have been great if the free wifi had worked :( but TV did as did aircon. No bikkies this time :(
A Traveller
Netherby House B&B and Cafe - Kempsey Hotels

Netherby House B&B and Cafe

5 Little Rudder Street, Kempsey - Map
"Comfort with character."
We were very well looked after. The hostess was intelligent and charming. The Sunset Cafe/Restaurant by the river under the trees made for excellent dining and refreshments. Every corner of the guest house contained items which created a feeling of warmth and history. Everything about the place makes you feel relaxed and comfortable.
Traveller from Blue Mountains, NSW
Motel Kempsey - Kempsey Hotels

Motel Kempsey

13 Lachlan St (Macleay Valley Way), Kempsey - Map
"Great for overnight stay but would return for long"
Travelling back to Qld and booked this motel online. Was pleasantly surprised with the friendly lady that greeted me at reception. From outside looked like old motel (it was dark when I arrived and left at dawn in morning so I could be mistaken) but rooms have been refurbished and it was bright and breezy when I entered the room. Very comfortable bed, not traffic noise, air con worked and was quiet and above all was very clean. Nice touches were the chocolates in the fridge , biscuits with the tea and coffee and real milk. Good toiletries provided. My only problem was that it was near impossible to fill kettle at vanity (not sure how you fix that as there is just not enough clearance under tap. Overall pleasurable experience and would highly recommend.
Traveller from Toowoomba Qld
Park Drive Motel - Kempsey Hotels

Park Drive Motel

161 Smith St, Kempsey - Map
"Nice n comfortable for a 1 night stop over "
Clean, comfortable and friendly staff! Highly recommend this place.
Traveller from Victoria
Just a ten minute walk to the center of the city, the Park Drive Motel Hotel in Kempsey Australia boasts an excellent …More
Kempsey Motor Inn - Kempsey Hotels

Kempsey Motor Inn

320 Macleay Valley Way, Kempsey - Map
"Quiet, convenient, friendly"
Great stop off point for sydney Qld road trip motel plain and fashioned but clean, very quiet and comfortable. Very friendly owners, child friendly
A Traveller
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City Centre Motel - Kempsey Hotels

City Centre Motel

95 Smith Street, Kempsey - Map
"Convenient for an overnight for distance traveller"
We travelled from Brisbane. Kempsey was a convenient distance for overnight. Motel was ideal.
Traveller from Sandgate Qld

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    Accommodation In Kempsey

    On the banks of the long, winding Macleay River sits a regional town with an old-world twist. 50km from Port Macquarie and 421km from Sydney, Kempsey is the home of the Akubra hat factory, where the iconic Aussie hats are produced. The town has an outback charm that makes it a great destination for an overnight stop or even a longer stay. But don’t think it’ll be too isolated – the ocean is only 15kms away! Our Kempsey accommodation will provide you with a good night’s sleep without draining your budget.

    Enoch William Rudder discovered the town in 1836 and named it after Kempsey Valley in England due to the similarity of the surrounding areas. Now the town, and its surrounding shire, is home to more than 10,000 people. Don your Akubra and take a walk through town to check out historic buildings, antiques and collectable stores and op shops. To get a real feel for the town’s history, visit the Val Melville Centre in South Kempsey Park, where you’ll find the Visitor Information Centre, the Macleay River Historical Society Museum and an Aboriginal Art Gallery. Kempsey has its share of restaurants and cafes offering al fresco dining, including Netherby House which is right on the riverside. Get your shopping done at Kempsey Central Shopping Centre, which includes a Coles, a Target Country and several specialty stores.

    The Dunghutti people are the traditional owners of the land, and you can learn all about their way of life with a visit to the Wigay Aboriginal Culture Park. See how didgeridoos are made and what kinds of food and plants Indigenous tribes used for medicine. There are plenty of natural attractions in Kempsey’s surroundings. You can wander the Macleay River’s grassy banks, have a picnic or even hire a canoe.

    Just 21km from Kempsey awaits the town of Crescent Head, well-known for its surfing. Hat Head National Park is an ideal place for a bushwalk with its rainforests, sand dunes and beaches. There are plenty of walking tracks to choose from as well as fishing and whale watching spots. For more beach action take a day trip to South West Rocks Beach, another popular place for surfing, swimming and picnics.

    Sound like a relaxing time? Don’t wait any longer. Book your Kempsey hotel with us and relax by the Macleay.

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