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Harbour View Motel, Robe

The Harbour View Motel commands uninterrupted panoramic views overlooking Robe‘s cray fishing fleet, boat harbour and picturesque Guichen Bay. An ideal romantic getaway. Four star accommodation includes new top storey luxury spa suites with private balconies, new luxury ground level harbour view suites, new luxury side/standard suites, budget accommodation and some suites are self contained. Facilities include an undercover barbecue/pergola entertaining area, guest laundry and off street parking. We are conveniently located near Lipson Park which offers a large, shaded grassy area, electric barbecues and ample space for relaxing family activities. The Harbour View Motel is central to Robe’s extensive variety of sporting facilities and backs onto the golf course, tennis and squash courts. Scenic walks to the Obelisk, Doorway Rock, secluded beaches and coves are immediately positioned to our left.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed and one divan.


One queen size bed and one single.


One queen size bed and two single beds.


One queen size bed and some with an additional single bed.


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