Offering an outdoor pool, a bar, and a restaurant, Woomargama Village Hotel Motel is 20 minute’s drive from the Murray River. It features air-conditioned rooms with a kitchenette and flat-screen TV. There is free on-site parking.
Woomargama Village Motel is 2 km from the Hume Highway. It is 10 minute drive from Woomargama National Park and 10 minute drive from Holbrook. Tabletop Mountain is 20 minute drive away.
The private rooms each offer ironing facilities and tea/coffee-making supplies. All include a private bathroom with free toiletries. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Woomargama Hotel’s bistro offers a high-quality dining experience with varying meals ranging from chicken and steaks to lamb and pork. It is open for dinner each night. The bar serves a range of beer and wine. Cocktails are available from Friday – Sunday.
Woomargama Hotel offers live music every Sunday. Depending on the time of year live music is also on offer Friday and Saturday evenings.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.0 for a two-person trip.
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