Hol­i­day where the heart is

North East Tourist News - - Albury/Wodonga -

AR­RIV­ING at your ho­tel is like find­ing your hol­i­day home. A warm wel­come greets you, a friendly face asks about your day and read­ily cheers you up with the prom­ise of pro­vid­ing you with any­thing you need dur­ing your stay.

But of­ten, it re­ally is the lit­tle things that keep vis­i­tors re­turn­ing to the North East.

“There’s noth­ing bet­ter than step­ping into your room with crisp, clean triple sheet­ing on your bed,” says Louise Robin­son from Best Western Stage­coach Mo­tel in Wodonga.

“I can’t count the times tired guests have ar­rived and just wanted to check-in and col­lapse on their bed.

“The next morn­ing, they’re up early and rested af­ter a good night’s sleep.”

Best Western Stage­coach Mo­tel is one of Best Western’s most loyal mem­bers, join­ing the ho­tel fam­ily in 1980 with Louise and hus­band, Damien, tak­ing over the 24-room mo­tel busi­ness in 2004.

Part of a small and ded­i­cated group of North East ho­tels, Louise of­ten refers guests on to Best Western’s Al­bury, Beech­worth and Corowa ho­tels when full.

“We look out for each other, cel­e­brate birth­days to­gether and on the rare oc­ca­sions when we’re not work­ing, we’ll meet up,” Louise said.

“Last year our Stage­coach mo­tel cel­e­brated our 10 year an­niver­sary with Best Western.

“This year, Beech­worth cel­e­brated its 10 years with Best Western.

“We re­ally are one of the hap­pi­est ho­tel fam­i­lies here in North East and we look for­ward to another 10 years help­ing our guests see the beau­ti­ful sights in this re­gion.”

A room at Wodonga’s Best Western Stage­coach Mo­tel.

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