Located only a few kilometres from the town centre, this budget motel in Seymour makes the ideal home away from home, whether you’re just passing through or whether you’re planning to stay a few days.
There are three comfortable, non-smoking accommodation options to choose from – standard rooms (single), which sleep a maximum of 1 person; standard rooms (double), which sleep a maximum of 3 people; and family rooms, which sleep a maximum of 4 people. Connecting or adjoining rooms are also available; please contact the motel for more information.
Each of the rooms at this accommodation in Seymour offers a number of guest amenities, including: DVD player, climate control, kitchenette, refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, microwave, hairdryer, and television.
The Seymour Motel offers a number of amenities for guest enjoyment, including: an outdoor swimming pool, barbeque facilities, a garden with plenty of room for the kids to play, complimentary WiFi (in rooms and public areas), and parking.
A self service complimentary continental breakfast is provided in our breakfast room each morning between 7:00 am and 8:30 am. Start your great day with delicious and complimentary breakfast at Seymour Motel in Seymour Victoria.
The Seymour Motel is also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring your four-legged friend along for the ride. Please contact the motel directly to discuss your particular pet and any regulations.
If you have chosen to stay at this motel in Seymour, we hope that you will take the opportunity to explore the surrounding towns, such as: Puckapunyal, Kilmore, Heathcote, Nagambie, Euroa, Yea, Broadford and Tooborac.
Whether you’re just passing through or are planning to stay a while, we are sure that you are wondering what sort of attractions can be found around the Seymour Motel. We have outlined some of the more popular ones here:
Believe it or not, Seymour actually has quite a rich history and it is displayed in the various heritage attractions on offer, such as : the Vietnam Veterans’ Commemorative Walk (the only one of its kind in Australia), the Goulburn River Bridge (finished in 1893), ‘Old Black Train’ steam engine (built in 1913), Old Court House & Jail, Seymour Railway Heritage Centre (the history of trains in the area), and Seymour Railway Station (finished in 1875).
Visitors also find that art and culture is quite prevalent in the region, with a number of galleries open for public viewing. The Old Courthouse Art Gallery is open 7 days and showcases works by mostly local artists. The Upper Goulburn Art Collection is on semi-permanent display here. The Old Post Office Seymour Fine Art Gallery has a regularly changing exhibition program. There are also unique metal sculptures located throughout the town.
If you enjoy bushwalking and getting in touch with nature, there are plenty of ways for you to do so whilst staying in Seymour. Check out the Australian Light Horse Memorial Park (with interpretive trails that are suitable for walking, cycling and horse riding), the Goulburn River Walk (4.5km), the Heritage Walk (approximately 45 minutes), Pioneer Park (historical pioneer cemetery), and Tallarook Street Plane Trees (which looks amazing during autumn).
There are plenty of parks and playgrounds in the Seymour area, ensuring that your children have plenty of opportunity to run around outside. In particular, we recommend the Alpha Street Reserve (with gorgeous rose gardens), Apex Park (which is where you will also find the Visitor’s Centre), Chittick Park (with the All Abilities Playground), Goulburn Park, Kings Park, New Crossing Place Lions Park, Rotary Park, and the Seymour Bushland Park.
Those who enjoy sampling local wines will actually have a number of vineyards to choose from. Some of the closest wineries include: Rocky Passes Estate, Fowles Wine, Many Hands Vineyard, Antcliff’s Chase Wines, Merindoc Vineyard, Shelmerdine Vineyards, Tahbilk Wines, Heathcote Winery, Idavue Estate, Wine by Sam, and Garners Heritage Wines. There is a popular Winery Trail that starts at Seymour and takes you through the fine wineries of the Goulburn Valley.
The town is actually host to a number of events throughout the year, many of which we definitely recommend taking a look at. For over 150 years, the annual Seymour Show has been held on the first Saturday of October, whilst the annual Alternative Farming Exposition is held each February. Other major events include Tastes of the Goulburn and the Victorian Wines Show. The Seymour Market, which is a major regional one, is held on the third Saturday of the month.