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Aberdeen Motor Inn, Geelong

Aberdeen Motor Inn is centrally located in Geelong, Newtown, 100 metres off of the Princess Highway, 50 minutes from Melbourne. It is in easy walking distance of city shops, and close to many of the popular night spots, Corio Bay and all public transport facilities. A short stroll will see you at the newly developed waterfront precinct, Cunningham Pier, and Eastern Beach, offering many attractions and quality eating houses and cafes. We are also conveniently located near Kardinia Park, cinemas and Pakington Street. We have a swimming pool and a heated spa and sauna, available free to our guests. Also a fully licensed restaurant that is open for meals or room service 6 nights per week.

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  • Direct
  • Public Telephone
  • City
  • 3 1/2 Stars

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