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The Pyrenees Motel is a small, country motel situated in the western Victorian town of Avoca.

The motel was completely refurbished under new ownership in 2016 and now offers eight comfortable air-conditioned ground floor suites with modern spa-shower ensuites, queen beds, (singles also available on request), flat-screen televisions, a fully equipped communal kitchen with free tea and coffee-making facilities, shared covered barbeuce area and a generous shared recreational room. Tariffs are extremely reasonable and include free WiFi and continental make-your-own breakfast.

The centre of Avoca is only a short stroll away, and along both sides of the main street you will find cafes, antique shops and galleries, collectable and opportunity shops, bakeries, take-away food outlets, supermarket, hardware store, newsagent, pharmacy, milk bar and pubs, including the famous Avoca Hotel. There is also a branch of the Bendigo Bank in town and a marvellous heritage Post Office. Down towards the Avoca River there is a beautiful and tranquil Chinese Heritage Garden, as well grassy, shaded river flats beside the river itself where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll.

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102 High Street, Avoca VIC 3467

$105 - $155

$105 per night for Queen Room, $115 per night for Twin Single Room and $155 per night for Family Suite. Includes free make-your-own breakfast and WiFi. Lower rates available for longer stays.

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