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Bridge Hotel

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Motel Q
Motel Bathroom
Motel Q+S Family
Motel Q+S
Motel Parking
Hotel D+S
Hotel DBL Shared
The far north-west of Tasmania means rich dairying country, towering rainforest, majestic rivers and the island's best surfing beach. The Bridge is on the banks of the Duck River (lovely views) but only a step from the centre of Smithton. You'll have the comfort and convenience you need to put all your energy into enjoying the wild and the wonderful. You can cruise the Arthur River, wonder at ancient Aboriginal sites at Mount Cameron West, get a feel for colonial history at Highfield House, drink in the earth's freshest air at Woolnorth. Surfers must catch the waves at Marrawah. Don't forget to visit the fascinating Dismal Swamp after which you can return for a friendly meal at the Bridge Hotel to replenish your energy and prepare you for another great day.

Bar

Carpark

Communal Kitchen

Communal Lounge

Communal Refrigerator

Communal Shower

Gas

Restaurant

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

ROOMS
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Hotel Ensuite Room

Our Hotel Ensuite Room offer budget accommodation with bed/s and own bathing and toilet facilities accessed from within the room. Rooms have fridge, tea & coffee making facility, toaster, television, free WiFi and access to shared laundry and common rooms.

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Queen Motel Room

Motel Rooms have private ensuites, modern facilities with tea & coffee making, free WiFi, irons, ironing boards, hairdryers, microwave, fridge, toaster, flat screen TV with Foxtel and access to shared laundry.

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