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Heywood Motor Inn, Heywood

Located 348 kilometres west of Melbourne and only 25 kilometres from Portland. The motel is centrally located and gives guests easy access to the surrounding tourist attractions, including the Twelve Apostles, the Great Ocean Road and National Parks. Travelling by car on Henty or Princes Highways. Daily V/Line service available from Melbourne to Warrnambool, and coach service via Warrnambool. Late night travellers checking in after 10.30pm, please ring Reception Bell 2 times for service. 3 of our rooms are 3 1/2 Star rated. In room facilities: Air-conditioning Television Heating Clock radio Electric blankets Tea and coffee facilities Telephone

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1 Double & 4 single’s


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