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Motel Myall

Corner of Drayton & Myall Streets, Dalby, QLD 4405 Australia

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Oct 25-Oct 26, 2Adults,0Children

About Motel

Address

Corner of Drayton & Myall Streets, Dalby,
QLD 4405 Australia
Location map

Reception hrs

7:30am to 9pm (night bell)

Phone

07 4662 ...

Email

jock@motel...

Hosts

Jock & Karen Rohan

Accept payments

Master Card Visa Card American Express Diners Club EFTPOS MotorPass MotorCharge
Inclusion
  • BBQ Facilities BBQ Facilities
  • Toaster Toaster
  • Free internet access available Free internet access available
  • Satellite/Pay TV available Satellite/Pay TV available
  • Kitchenette/Cooking Facilities Kitchenette/Cooking Facilities
  • Hairdryer Hairdryer
  • Assisted Disabled facilities are available Assisted Disabled facilities are available
  • Disabled Facilities are available Disabled Facilities are available
  • Microwave Microwave
  • Air Conditioning Air Conditioning
  • Tea- Coffee Facilities Tea- Coffee Facilities
  • TV-DVD TV-DVD
  • Ironing facilities Ironing facilities
  • Breakfast Breakfast
  • Laundry Laundry
  • Crockery Crockery
  • Cutlery Cutlery
  • Parking bays Parking bays
  • Kettle Kettle
  • Radio Clock Radio Clock
  • Foxtel Foxtel
  • Table Table
  • Bedside Table Bedside Table
  • Queen Beds Queen Beds
  • Dinner Dinner
  • Fax/Photocopying Fax/Photocopying
  • complimentary shower products complimentary shower products

Location:

Located on the outskirts of the Dalby CBD, the team at this budget motel in Dalby is committed to providing helpful and understanding service. They understand the demands faced in everyday life and seek to ease them wherever possible.

Renovations:

Motel Myall has recently undergone an extension; they now also provide guests with the choice of 7 luxurious 3 and a half star units, ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible.

Food & Wine Experience:

Charge back arrangements at Hotel Steakhouse Restaurant (which is across the street), Coffee Club and the Jade Court Chinese Restaurant.

Accommodation:

The motel’s standard rooms feature: reverse cycle air conditioning, television and Austar, and wireless broadband. The executive rooms feature: reverse cycle air conditioning, television and Austar, wireless broadband, queen beds, crockery and cutlery, iron and ironing board, and a microwave.

The deluxe rooms feature: reverse cycle air conditioning, flat screen television and Austar, wireless broadband, king/queen beds, kitchenette, dining table and large refrigerator.

Room Service:

Room service is available if you would prefer to enjoy your evening meal without leaving your accommodation in Dalby. If you have to get going first thing in the morning, an early breakfast can also be arranged. Menus can be found in your room or by contacting reception.

Facilities:

All of the rooms at motels in Dalby are located on the ground floor, offer undercover parking and are non-smoking. A guest laundry is also available in you would like to wash some clothes or remove stains during your stay.

Staying at the Motel:

If you have chosen to stay at Motel Myall, you will have ample opportunity to explore towns in the surrounding area, including: Oakey, Jandowae, Chinchilla, Tara, Moonie and Toowoomba.

Attractions

After booking accommodation at Motel Myall, you might be interested in the local attractions that you can expect to enjoy during your stay. Dalby has something for visitors of all ages, so you won’t be disappointed.

Heritage & Culture

Those interested in history and culture will find plenty of attractions to keep them entertained during their stay in Dalby, as there is actually an abundance of local museums – the Cobb+Co Museum, Milne Bay Military Museum, Museum of Australian Army Flying and the Pioneer Village (which actually incorporates two smaller museums). Here, you will discover plenty about Australia’s military history, not to mention life in an era that has long since passed.

Art

Many people enjoy browsing art galleries, even if they aren’t planning on buying anything. You never know, you could come across a piece that would look fantastic hanging in your lounge room! In Dalby and the surrounding area, there are a number of galleries for you to wander, including the Tosari Art Gallery and the Regional Art Gallery. Both often exhibit collections of artwork from local and national artists, particularly those of Aboriginal backgrounds.

Nature

If you’re a lover of nature, we’re sure that you have been drawn to Dalby for other reasons. We recommend venturing a little ways out of town to the Crows Nest National Park (around 56km away), the Ravensborne National Park (around 32km away) or the Bunya Mountains National Park (around 69km away). The parks are filled with walking trails that are suitable for varying skill levels. You might even want to try your hand at four wheel driving!

Family Friendly

When you’re planning on bringing the kids, we’re sure that you are desperate for ideas to keep them entertained. Pay a visit to the Jondaryan Woolshed, which is around 48km away and offers tours daily; there is an animal nursery where you can get up close and personal with some gorgeous native babies; and a visit to the Chocolate Cottage is the perfect bargaining chip (not to mention, it’s a great place to reward yourself after dealing with everyone else’s complaining!).

Parks & Gardens

Many people actually choose to stay in Dalby because they want to visit some of the beautiful parks and gardens that the region is known for. Some of the more popular locations around the area include: the Japanese Gardens, Laurel Bank Park, Lake Annand Park, Queens Park, Picnic Point Lookout, Newtown Park Rose Garden and the Spring Bluff Garden. Whether you want to take in the stunning array of plants or need a picnic spot, these are the cream of the crop.

Events

If you happen to be in Dalby at the right time of year, there are also plenty of events and festivals for you to enjoy. Some of the more popular events include: Easterfest, Hampton Festival (held in autumn), Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers (held in September), Christmas Wonderland (held in December), Ergon Energy Flower Food & Wine Festival (held in September), and Millmerran or the Australian Camp Oven Festival (held in October).

 

As Reviewed on Google...

By Stretch Devine

October 16, 2013

Good clean room, quiet, a credit to its owners.

By A Google User

July 9, 2011

By A Google User

February 22, 2011

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