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La Salle Motel,

La Salle Motel is rated 3 and a half stars. All deluxe rooms have been recently renovated and are non smoking. All rooms have the most comfortable beds, are well off the highway and get no higheway noise, and are air conditioned with super-quiet split systems.

The Motel has 44 rooms and is the largest in Narooma. Eight of our rooms are 2 bedroom/2 bathroom units. The Motel has a large dining area where a continental buffet breakfast is available every day.

La Salle Motel has 2 conference rooms and can cater for up to 50 people with all conference facilities available. We are group and coach friendly.

La Salle Motel and Convention Centre offers you the gateway to the tranquil, historic and spectacular Eurobodalla Coast. Whether a holiday or conference location, you will find us close to the many amenities that make this area so special. We are accessible by car or bus as we are situated on the Princes Highway within walking distance of the township of Narooma.

Website: www.lasallemotel.com

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