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Comfortable, competitively priced motel with fantastic views of Twofold Bay, the third deepest harbour in the world. 30 spacious units, deluxe rooms, family rooms, breakfast available. Bus and Tour groups our speciality. Ask about our package deals.


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Contact: Costa
Address: Corner of Princes Highway and Bellevue Place, Eden NSW 2551


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Fax: 02 6496 1273


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