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Berri Resort Hotel, Berri

Located on the banks of the beautiful River Murray in the heart of Berri, the Berri Resort Hotel is an ideal place to spend a day or two relaxing and enjoying the sights of this pretty riverside town or for the more energetic there are five golf courses in the area to choose from. The hotel/motel has 71 rooms, 62 of these have ensuite facilities. The Riverboat Bistro is an ideal place to relax and enjoy a delicious meal from an extensive menu selection. Light snacks are served all day in the Goldfingers Gaming Room. The hotel features an outside swimming pool and tennis court and barbecue for guest use.

Accommodation Options


One king or two single beds and a sofa bed.


One queen bed and up to three singles or sofa bed.


Two single beds.


One king bed or two single beds or one queen bed.


One queen bed or one queen and two single beds.


Popular Activities

  • Sightseeing
  • Swimming
  • Nightlife

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