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Anchorage Motel, The, Edithburgh

Located on the foreshore, Edithburgh, Yorke Peninsula, The Anchorage invites you to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the coastline spread out before your motel room. Each of the nine two bedroom units offers all amenities for self contained relaxation including colour television, direct dial telephone, heater, ceiling fan, equipped kitchen, crockery, cutlery, saucepans, frypan, toaster and fridge.

Guests can enjoy a home cooked breakfast delivered to their motel suites. There is ample car and boat parking and guests can use the barbecue within the garden. There are fish cleaning tables and a boat and car washing facility as well as a freezer for bait as Edithburgh is known as an anglers paradise. Guests are welcome to use the fully equipped laundry.

Accommodation Options


One double bed or one queen size bed.


One double bed and two single beds.


One double bed or one single bed.

Popular Activities

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  • Fishing - Beach
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