Monday, 27 January 2020
  • AAA Accredited
    4 Star Rated Motel
  • Quality Accommodation
    Superior Country Hospitality
  • Centrally Located
    On the edge of May Park
  • 23 quiet well-appointed rooms
    Standard, executive, deluxe, spa rooms, family rooms and 2 bedroom units.
  • Close to downtown
    Located in the heart of Horsham
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Rated 4 out of 5, reviewed 30 April 2014

“Good overnight stay!!”

My family and I stated here overnight in late April. The room was clean and tidy, with plenty of room to move around. The service at the front office was terrific, the lady on desk made us feel most welcome. There is a park with playground right across the road, great for us with two young children. The one negative is that it's on a fairly busy road so it can be a little noisy but generally it was fine. It's definitely a great option for us as a stop off point.

Stayed April 2014

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Mount Arapiles

Mount Arapiles is a spectacular feature, rising sharply from the Wimmera plains to form part of the Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park.  Mount Arapiles, widely regarded as the top rock climbing area in Australia, is of world renown. More than 2000 routes have been developed on the many cliffs, crags and pinnacles, presenting variety and challenge to climbers of all levels of experience.
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Wartook Valley

Famed for its magnificent mountain views, abundant kangaroos, emus and other wildlife, Wartook Valley offers peace and tranquility and adventure activities all in close proximity to the National Park's attractions. It offers magnificent sunrises, sunsets and brilliant night skies. There is a wealth of wonderful walks and 4WD tracks to experience as well as an abundant wilderness, wildflowers, waterfalls, wildlife and rock formation.
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Halls Gap

The tourist village of Halls Gap is situated in the heart of the Grampians National Park, and is only a 45 minute drive from Comfort Inn May Park.  A perfect day trip for the nature lover and adventure enthusiast.  Visitors from all over the world go to Halls Gap for the abseiling, rock climbing, bushwalking and cycling, whilst nature lovers are awestruck by the wild life, native plants and delicate wildflowers and spectacular scenery. The region’s fascinating aboriginal history is told through ancient rock art.

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