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Parkwood Motel and Apartments has a newly renovated two-bedroom apartment with a blue and grey colour scheme.
The apartment makeover follows upgrading of the motel’s outdoor paving and deck area, fitted with colourful retro seating.
With split-system air-conditioning, the apartment provides a single bed in one room and a queen in the other. Both of the carpeted bedrooms include ceiling fans and electric blankets.
Parkwood also gave the apartment a new kitchen with gas hot plates and an electric oven, while a convenient parking space awaits guests’ vehicles.
Parkwood Motel offers a trio of three-bedroom apartments. Guests enjoy front and back gardens, their own washing lines and parking.
All Parkwood guests have access to the swimming pool and barbecue area.
The fully-equipped apartments sleep up to seven people. Each has a 55-inch television and split-system air-conditioning.
Also on site, Parkwood House has three bedrooms with two queen beds, two singles and two pull-out sofa beds and can sleep 10 people sharing beds. Guests can enjoy a large alfresco deck and private parking.
Three kilometres from central Geelong, the motel is close to local sports facilities.
With environmentally friendly solar power, Parkwood’s motel offers 24/7 customer service, free wi-fi and Foxtel in all rooms, a guest laundry, and views over colourful central gardens and the outdoor swimming pool.
With a AAA-star rating in the 2016 Gold List of Australian Accommodation Award, Parkwood also won a Trip Advisor certificate of Excellence in 2017.
Parkwood Motel is at the corner of Shannon Avenue and Ballarat Road, North Geelong, phone 5278 5477.

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