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After reading the previous negative reviews (after we'd already booked) I was a bit nervous as to what we'd find upon check-in, but needn't have worried as it was really lovely.
We had room 2, not a whole lot of free space around the double...More
- Location couldn’t be beat.
- Loft room had ample space for our small family and for storage, and was high enough up from the street that we didn’t really have noise to contend with.
1. Room was very dated. Only most basic...More
lovely rooms and a pleasant place to stay whilst in Echuca. situated in the middle of Echuca near the port and within walking distance of the main town centre.
Rooms and service is excellent. Breakfast is included and is a great home cooked meal to...More
We stayed as a couple over Christmas for a 1 night stay. We stayed in the upstairs room overlooking the river which was great with the view and also the occasional toot from the steamships during the day. Steampacket Inn is a charming yet simple...More
A sweet but simple B&B. Lots of nice details (tea/coffee, fridge, real cotton sheets, aircon) but room cramped and lacking some basic facilities (no hand towel or any where to put one in tiny en suite, no chest of drawers or wardrobe just 4 hangers...More
I believe they all have ensuites and the rooms on the top floor definitely do. Bear in mind when we were there our ensuite had been renovated but other rooms had not although by now maybe they have all been done... More
I believe they all have ensuites and the rooms on the top floor definitely do. Bear in mind when we were there our ensuite had been renovated but other rooms had not although by now maybe they have all been done. Make sure you get a room that has been completed.
The best room is the one overlooking the river but be prepared for the early morning birds in the trees outside the window as it seemed to annoy our English friends who had the room.
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"Rooms on the ground floor can get a little street noise"