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Desert Cave Hotel offers unique underground desert accommodations in Coober Pedy. You can also stay above ground. There is an outdoor swimming pool and free parking. Everything under one roof. Pool table, bar, restaurants and a choice if aboveground or below motel rooms
Venushill B+B offers accommodations in Coober Pedy. Some accommodations is located underground. Free WiFi is available in public areas. My husband and I greatly appreciated the comfort of the clean and quiet room provided for our unique experience at Venushill.
BIG4 Stuart Range Outback Resort offers luxurious apartment accommodations in Coober Pedy. WiFi access is available and there is an onsite restaurant (open seasonally). We have stayed here twice. Each time to stop to rest for the night when travelling back to alice springs from adelaide. We book the motel style rooms as they are best in my opinion. You have your own unit style accommodation with your own livng space, kitchen, seperate bathroom and bedroom. You can park right outside your unit and you have a bit of a back yard too. Staff are great, very easy and comfortable stay.
Located in Cooper Pedy, the opal capital of the world, this property offers underground accommodations with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. Guest facilities include a cafe and a gift shop. the host is incredibly helpful and lovely lady; and the safe case with key is really useful for guests who need to check in late or really late.
Located right in the heart of Coober Pedy, Cave Place Units offers the choice between a dugout unit or a ground-level unit. Received a lovely welcome upon arrival. Their two bedroom units are amazing, spacious, clean, modern and fully equipped. A lovely find.
Radeka Downunder Underground Motel and Backpacker Inn is located in the center of Coober Pedy, on the town's main street. Facilities include a fully equipped communal kitchen and coin-operated... Huge family room, beautifully crafted walls showing the beauty of the mined stone. Very nice attention to detail. Whole family really enjoyed it.
Breakaway Views is a modern 3 bedroom holiday home which features spectacular views and free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the tranquil surrounds. This holiday home features 3 bathrooms and an indoor... The property had everything and was comfortable to stay
Coober Pedy was an amazing place to visit. There is so much to do and see. The town cater really well with affordable and informative tours and plenty of free activities also. It has been such an amazing experience and I would highly recommend making it a destination on your list. Plenty of places to eat and plenty of activities
It was good to take a tour of the Town and Mine, and then later in the day, take a tour to the Moon Plains, Dog Fence and Breakaways. Tours are informative, and less stressful. It was a good all round trip, and on our return from Uluru, (in a week or so) we will check out the Labirynth, Mosaic, Rotunda and do some noodling.
We had a fantastic stay we did the nobles half day tour which was unbelievable. Would definitely recommend. The 360 restaurant amazing sunset good food live music. Met some really nice locals that we visited at their home again another experience.
Coober Pedy was very quirky with it's combination of above and below ground living. It is dusty, but that's to be expected due to it's location and being a mining town. The locals were very friendly. If you are there a couple of days, make sure you do a tour with Aaron from Noble Tours. His knowledge is vast and he will recommend must see places for you to look at during the rest of your stay. So many interesting things to do, we will be back!
Town & Opal Mine 3 hour tour was excellent and very informative. Sunset at The Breakaways 3 hour tour was also excellent and informative. Mail Run tour with Peter Rowe was fantastic - full day 9.00am - 9.30pm: dropped mail at 4 cattle stations, visited Oodnadatta (lunch) & William Creek (dinner) and managed to squeeze in a flight over Lake Eyre with Wrightsair - fabulous. Tony, our pilot was great. Outback Bar & Grill - great (even had Coffin Bay Kilpatrick Oysters: yum) and Big Winch 360 was a great meal, excellent wines, Gary (host) was very friendly and the cinematic experience - fabulous. We went to the Drive In Saturday night - great (last one operating in Australia - volunteers do a great job) and enjoyed a pizza from John's Pizza Bar. We intended to go to the Visitor Info Centre when we arrived but we drove down Hutchison Street and found all the places we were keen to visit - very easy to get around and well signed. We were expecting the weather to be in the high 20's but we had an unexpected indian summer - 37 degress most days. The Dug Out was perfect temperature day and night.
So many amazing places to visit with rich local culture and history. We went into Madworx Art which had stunning pieces by local artists - frames, barks, bowls as well as prints and stunning wood turning items that were over 100 years old! There was a great variety of styles. Madworx Art was right next to Johns Pizza Bar so we could shop while we waited for our meals, which were delicious. Best places to go in Coober Pedy!
The host is helpful and friendly with a deep knowledge of Coober Pedy as he’s lived there since he was a child. The accommodation is very comfortable and in a genuine underground house from 1970’s era. I was very thankful Edward gave us an upgrade to the en-suite room.
Location great, super quiet, excellent for anyone who doesn’t want to stay underground. Management is professional and friendly- well kept grounds (unlike the rest of Coober Pedy). Absolutely the best place to stay
It was a great way to experience living underground. Nice to have a full kitchen because there aren’t a lot of options for food in town. The property manager and owner were both lovely.
Mike was great and inviting. very knowledgeable on history of coober pedy. underground room was such a beautiful experience. very spacious and clean. loved our stay.
Super clean and comfortable space. Loved the underground experience. Ali's local tips were really helpful and took our stay in Coober Pedy to the next level.
Location was great. Was cool to be staying underground. Enjoyed reading the booklet left out by the host about the history of herself and the cottages,
Great hotel in a build into a rock mountain. The rooms are fantastic Ans have a teal Coober Pedy underground feel to them! Loved it
We loved the authentic underground and true Coober Pedy experience. Lovely big comfortable home, great also for a family or group.
The underground experience is a must for people visiting Coober Pedy.
The unique experience of staying in an underground hotel.
We immensely enjoy our stay at the Dug out B&B . We were very excited to sleep underground. I was all right, since the lady had contacted me before we arrived to arrange check in. When we arrived we couldn't believe our eyes. The apartment is beautifully furnished, you can see that the owners have exceptional taste, they really pay attention to every detail. She gave us all information about the attractions in the area and advised us on shops and restaurants. In the evening we enjoyed a wonderful view and peace. Breakfast was very tastefully selected, friuts, eggs, cheese, ham, cereals, yogurt….. We very much appreciate the honesty bar. Excelent!
We have stayed here twice. Each time to stop to rest for the night when travelling back to alice springs from adelaide. We book the motel style rooms as they are best in my opinion. You have your own unit style accommodation with your own livng space, kitchen, seperate bathroom and bedroom. You can park right outside your unit and you have a bit of a back yard too. Staff are great, very easy and comfortable stay.
Huge family room, beautifully crafted walls showing the beauty of the mined stone. Very nice attention to detail. Whole family really enjoyed it.
Everything! The service was great, the kids enjoyed the pool and the room was perfect for what we needed.
Didn't have breakfast,was it included?