There are not many places to stay in White Cliffs, so we thought we would try the underground experience. The rooms were very basic. Only one reading lamp on the queen size bed so only one of us could read. The power point was behind the bed and was difficult to access to charge batteries. Showers and toilets were a bit like in a caravan park but they were adequate. There was no food at the motel as the chef was sick.They had an expresso machine in their "cafe" but only the absent chef could operate it. Had to have dinner at the town shop, and they started to run out of food as the motel visitors had been eating there, and the food truck was a day late. Ah… the outback! Breakfast was very basic, cereal and toast.The girl at the front desk told us she would be locking the doors and leaving at 7pm- so I guess it would be bad luck you if you needed something! A bonus was that it was extremely quiet at night and we all slept really well. It was a bit expensive for what you got, but it was an experience, though not one that I would be rushing to repeat.
- Also Known As:
- Underground Hotel White Cliffs