Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews

3.5 out of 5
67% of guests recommend
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Leeds UK

very tranquil

Posted Nov 17, 2016
Pros: the location
Cons: tell people they will have to pay the park entry fee, its not worth bothering about fiscally and for the right reason but make it clear
Location: you're in a national park
This is inside a national park all sorts of wildlife abound around you kangaroos on the lawn along with lots of others it is just away from the hustle and bustle of modern life
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Posted Jul 28, 2016
I found the room very dated and not worth the $245.00 we paid.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Orlando, Florida

Two versions, Rustic and Modern: Choose Carefully

Posted Aug 6, 2015
Pros: Staff, eating areas, and food are outstanding. Backpackers will love it; motel/hotel connoisseurs may be uncomfortable and regret it.
Cons: Clearer descriptions and expectations are needed. Be sure to know which type of room is being reserved!
Location: It's located in a large park with koala preserve, walking trails, public caves, and lake. Entry fee of AUS$22/person is in addition to hotel costs.
I was surprisingly placed in the "rustic" or "historic" section of the Inn. I was unaware of two versions. My setting was appropriate for backpakers and anyone who use hostels. The photos on Expedia do NOT match the section I was placed in. My room had two sets of bunkbeds and one double bed. My partner and I ordered a double bed and expected it to be private. The building is extremely old (hence, "historic") and is nostalgic of an American setting of a wildlife or fishing trip. Old floors had holes and decayed sections throughout the room; windows are decayed and curtains were old; paint was greatly chipped; and the table and armoire are very basic, worn, and rustic. There is NO heat, so it was very cold during our winter stay. The men's showers, WCs, and restroom are, again, very basic, but adequate for those who like to live in the wilderness. Two large living/familyroom-like shared areas with old furniture are conveniently provided.The hotel and restaurant staffers are very friendly. The adjacent restauant is charmingly rustic and cultural, as well as is the bar and all the eating areas inside and out. The food and service are excellent. Kangaroos, many parrot-family species, magpies, ducks and highly vocal kookaburras (reminiscent of Hollywood jungle movie sounds) are everywhere on the property, which added much outdoor charm.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Secret Harbour WA

Posted Aug 3, 2015
Pros: The view from our room
Cons: Everything!!!! The whole facility needs a complete upgrade!!! Very overpriced for facilities
Location: Local to the newly developing residential area and a nice park setting
The Park wanted $24 entry fee to access the hotel as it is in a National Park - no mention of this on booking online!!! We paid for a "luxury" unit = $225. Certainly not Luxury!!! The bathroom was just terrible - obviously decked out for people in a wheelchair but no consideration for people who are not!!! The bathroom was like something out of a nursing home - thick solid rails all around but no shower curtain!!! or shower frame. Balcony had a nice outlook over looking "the Lake" but there was no rail and a several foot fall to the ground below. No telephone to contact reception when we had difficulty getting the a/c to work - had to traipse up to the main building to speak with the barman. No room service available - on enquiring with the waitress in the main restaurant was told no room service as we are very busy tonight!!. Very overpriced for facilities - if we had the "luxury" room, I would hate to see the "budget" rooms. The breakfast room is very old and tatty!!! Old grey weathered curtains "hiding" doors. Xmas decorations absolutely ancient and tatty. Light fitting obviously the original on the place being built back in the 50's/60's. The room is promoted as a wedding venue - You have to be kidding me!!!!! All in all - very overpriced and lacking basic facilities - it is an embarrassment to overseas guests.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from New Zealand

Wonderful Place

Posted Sep 16, 2011
We stayed over night here on our way to Kalbarri and thought it was just wonderful. It is situated in the Yanchep National Park where we wandered around the lake early the next morning seeing Kookaburras and Kangaroos. We stayed in the older motels and our room was spacious, clean and comfortable. We also dined in the restaurant where we had their seafood platter on special and thoroughly enjoyed it - very good value for money. The whole area is just beautiful, with a number of historic buildings, picnic areas and walks. The staff were friendly, had a sense of humor and were very helpful.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Tolles Hotel im Yanchep Nationalpark

Posted Jan 10, 2017
Bei der Anreise am Abend von freilaufenden Kängurus begrüßt, die überall grasen. Extrem freundliches Personal.