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Amity Motor Inn, Albany

The Amity Motor Inn offers a level of service second to none. The management and friendly staff will ensure that you have a relaxed and comfortable stay. The Amity Motor Inn is close to excellent shopping and only a few minutes from the centre of Albany. For the health conscious there is a large range of recreations and sporting facilities nearby. Facilities on premises at the Amity Motor Inn include; free inhouse movies, barbecue area, guest laundry, swimming pool, restaurant and bar. You can enjoy good food and wine in the tasteful surroundings of Amity Motor Inn’s fully licensed bar and a-la-carte restaurant located in the Amity Restaurant. A great place to spend the evening after seeing the sites around Albany.

Accommodation Options

Family Room

Interconnecting rooms, sleeps up to six people

Queen Room

Quad Room

Queen bed and bunk beds

Single Room

Triple Room


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