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Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast Bathurst

209 William Street, Bathurst, Australia Show Map
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Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast Bathurst: Find photos, reviews, information, amenities and compare prices for 4 stars hotels in Bathurst, Australia.

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Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast Bathurst is situated in Bathurst and is close to the area's popular attractions. It is also a short drive from Mount Panorama Circuit and the National Motor Racing Museum.

With its on-site restaurant that serves international, local and regional dishes, the bed & breakfast provides guests with all they require for an enjoyable evening within the bed & breakfast. Alternatively, there are a variety of eateries within a short stroll.

Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast Bathurst is within walking distance of Carrington Park and the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum. It is within a 20-minute stroll of Bathurst Railway Station, which allows convenient access in and around Bathurst.

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