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Seymour, Australia

Seymour hotels are the ideal place to start from if you're interested in learning more about this region's rich and colourful history. In addition to historical places, you'll also find a range of attractions ranging from wineries to art galleries. Kick back, relax and enjoy the unique sights this city offers, combined with the surrounding countryside that includes rivers and mountains.

One of the best places to visit while you are at accommodation in Seymour is Old Post Office Seymour. This exciting attraction is a restored post office, made into an art gallery. Just one of its many treasures is the fact that it contains a full restaurant. How many of your mates can boast that they'll eaten in a setting like this?

The Seymour hotels are close to a unique attraction, The Seymour Railway Heritage Centre. Train fans from across Australia and throughout the world are drawn to its unique collection of locomotives and carriages. You never know what sort of interesting facts you might learn here.

If you enjoy wine, accommodation in Seymour is just the thing you need if you want to check out the Victorian Wines Show. Held each November, it lets local winery owners show off their talents for all the world to see. Visit HotelClub, where members get more, for travel rewards that you can use anywhere, anytime.

It is quite easy to drive about once you land in Melbourne and its Tullamarine International Airport. Or, land in Shepparton Airport. Both are equidistant from the city of Seymour.

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1 BEST WESTERN New Crossing Place

4 stars
4.0 / 5 5 reviews

53 Emily Street Map

BEST WESTERN New Crossing Place Motel Seymour provides wonderful location, pleasing hospitality and impressive service. Local attractions include Goulburn River named after Henry Goulburn is a... More

Clean room comfortable bed. Pay TV analog mono only does not fit the screen. No dining room but close by places.
10 May 2014
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