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It was most refreshing to be
greeted with a smile and a warm and sincere welcome from
Geoff and Rosie Wheeler when I arrived at the Byer
Fountain Motor Inn, Holbrook, NSW. It was obvious that
they both had a real concern for me and the other guests
to meet our needs to ensure a memorable stay.
The motel rooms were
comfortable, clean and convenient. The spacious dining
room served good quality meals at a reasonable price. My
rack of lamb the first night of my stay, and the steak
on my second night were tender and tasty. The best lamb
and steak I have eaten for some years. If you're
looking for good old fashioned country hospitality and a
quality dining experience you can do no better than stay
at the Byer Motel, Holbrook.
travel the Hume hwy regularly, and like many have said
for a friendly greeting, with clean rooms and well kept
grounds this is hard to beat. As for the price, it is
the best around and you get a good shower, flat screen
TV, Austar, tea,biscuits, crisp sheets and comfy
pillows! Some road noise but this will decrease when the
by-pass goes through. We also used the restaurant,
homemade soup & bread roll for $8 was delicious, rack of
lamb also went down well, tasty home style fare. I
admire the effort of the hosts to get a lot right, I
appreciated the price so reasonable.
Caz B, Sydney
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Holbrook Motels -
Tel: 02 6036 2077
Popular Holbrook Motel, Byer Fountain Motor Inn is located
almost mid-way between Sydney and Melbourne on the Hume Highway
making it an ideal overnight stopping point for the tired
traveller. This Holbrook motel has a combination of single, double and
twin share ground floor accommodation making it a perfect rest
stop for singles or families.
cable TV is available in every room.
The fully licensed restaurant specializes in simple ‘home
cooked’ country style meals offering great value for money and a
variety of breakfasts that can be served in your room.
Our large grounds offer ample off highway parking for guest
towing trailers, caravans or boats. It’s also a perfect
overnight stop for even the largest coaches allowing guests and
their luggage to be delivered right to their rooms.
town of Holbrook is, of course, known as the Submarine Town and
HMAS Otway is proudly on display together with a replica of HMS
B11, the submarine which sank the Turkish warship Mesudiye
commanded by Lt Holbrook after which the town is named. Adjacent
to the submarine is a museum with mock ups of the submarine’s
interior and videos showing the life of a submariner whilst at
A short walk away is the famous Holbrook Bakery, Grimwoods
Arts and Crafts and the Woolpack Inn Museum containing period
furnishings, horse drawn carriages and other period exhibits.
Should you wish to venture further afield you can follow the Ian
Geddes Bushwalk along Ten Mile Creek.