Nothing flash but clean. Stayed in a room with a queen and double bed,both beds had ckean sheets. Bathroom- Shower had not the best pressure and had plastic shower curtain. Room was dated but it was clean and had a good nights sleep. Easy check out.
Excellent location to explore the area around Wilsons Promontory and wider Gippsland. The Lodge (to be honest it's an upscale motel) has an onsite restaurant which serves reasonably tasty and filling, but not exciting food. Which is a good option, if like us, you've spent the day exploring the area. The room was spacious, the linen clean and fresh. The bathroom although spacious had an open shower which saw water go everywhere. Bed was comfortable. Although it is on the highway it is set back from the road and the rooms are quiet. I will note, my partner asked about seeing wildlife in the immediate area and the staff, although slightly surprised, were more than willing to assist for what was a slightly left of centre request. So full marks for them!
Good, clean and basic accomodation only a short drive to the entrance of Wilsons Promontory. Pity the chef was unwell and the restaurant was therefore closed for the night otherwise a comfortable stay.
A comfortable room that was clean and well maintained. Facilities in the room to make a hot drink and microwave if needed. Large wall mounted television. Max’s cafe, part of the motel served surprisingly good food for breakfast and dinner. The surrounding bush and gardens make the location a very peaceful place to stay. While out of town Foster is close by. Would recommend.
Thought we'd hit the jackpot when we walked into our room to find a massive spa next to the bed, but we're very quickly heart broken to find the spa had been decommissioned. Room was large and bed very comfy, huge TV with Netflix access, good lighting, big windows looking over ferns. Bathroom small and old but clean as a whistle and easy to navigate. Great spot.
Good motel overall, clean, parking, large rooms, clean and easy check-in process. We had a late booking, and the motel was full, but all good. We all slept well and there was nothing to really complain about. It would be 5 stars but I cannot abide shower curtains in motels ... they are really not hygienic especially when they stick to you :-( or your kids .... so for that, please get rid of them ! Our room was on the road, but not much traffic at night so all good.
My wife and I stayed here on Sunday 3rd April and Monday 4th April and were very pleased with the accommodation, the staff, the convenient location and the environment. The management clearly takes pride in the Lodge.
We stayed 2 nights at Prom Country Lodge and would definitely recommend it. We could easily get to Wilsons Promontory for the day and it was good to come back to comfortable beds and quiet hotel. The best part of our stay was the restaurant attached to the hotel.. what a find! Such amazing quality food, we had dinner both nights and the meals were delicious. I had calamari and salad the first night and home cooked butter chicken the second night, excellent quality. The service was also excellent. We would recommend Prom Country Lodgr to anyone and we will definitely come back for another stay and more delicious dinners!
Queen room "with garden views" when all we saw was our car parked outside. No crockery or utensils, apart from coffee mugs, were provided so we were unable to use the toaster or microwave. It cost 50% more than our previous stay in Paynesville in a room twice the size!
This place has obviously been refurbished and the room was comfortable and clean however it was way overpriced. It was a standard motel at resort prices with none of the extras. We recently stayed at Campania resort down the road for around the same price and had a huge room with a spa a pool and beautiful views.