Seranin | Bathurst located at 158 Brilliant St, Bathurst NSW 2795, Australia

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Bryan Voon

5 Google Rating

Place is well renovated and the manager Fred was very accommodating.

5/ 5

Place is well renovated and the manager Fred was very accommodating.

Maria Kelly

4 Google Rating

Recently refurbished close to the race track.

4/ 5

Recently refurbished close to the race track.

Brendon Jones

3 Google Rating

Clean, cheap, very compact. NO AIR-CONDITIONING. VERY HOT. TV not working. Fridge not turned on. On

3/ 5

Clean, cheap, very compact. NO AIR-CONDITIONING. VERY HOT. TV not working. Fridge not turned on. One towel for a couple. Reception staff friendly, not in office, need to ring. Brought us a new fan after we rang for one, we had to assemble, after a trip to Bunnings for a screwdriver to assemble it. (Maybe take your own fan) Bathroom new but light on timer and door must be kept shut. Good location. Was quiet but could be noisy if busy. Parking around the back, away from complex, a bit confusing. Outside needs a mower. Ex student accommodation.

Tao Tang

5 Google Rating

Nice experience staying here. Good and clean facilities. Well worth the money. The manager Fred is a

5/ 5

Nice experience staying here. Good and clean facilities. Well worth the money. The manager Fred is a great buddy, professional, responsible and friendly.

Clare Feary

1 Google Rating

The room was newly furnished, clean and neat. It’s a pity it smelt like raw sewage and had no airc

1/ 5

The room was newly furnished, clean and neat. It’s a pity it smelt like raw sewage and had no aircon or fans. It was so hot we couldn’t sleep and, after hours of tossing and turning, when we asked for a fan we were given one in a box to put together ourselves. I forgot my screwdriver so not very successful. The bathroom light and fan automatically came on...and stayed on for 10 minutes with no way to switch off. So after no sleep, we left as early as we could. Very poor value for money.

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