Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge

Address: 4236 Ararat-Halls Gap Rd, Halls Gap, Victoria, 3381, Australia | Hotel
 
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge Halls Gap

          Reviewed by january1966

          Cold Nights in Halls Gap

          Reviewed Sep 17, 2014
          by (13 reviews) Hamilton , Canada Flag of Canada

          We stayed in a cabin at Mountain View. Good location - just a short drive to Grampians National Park. Within walking distance to Halls Gap Zoo. Five adults stayed in the cabin. Fairly enough room. Pretty cold at night in the bedrooms. Poor WiFi access.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge Halls Gap

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Halls Gap

          The race that stops a nation-not quite!

          A travel blog entry by phyllisandterry on Nov 05, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... race while in the US it features national elections!

          Erratum: In the previous blog, I commented on the lack of 4 lane freeways in Australia. I was corrected by our friend Howard Eagles that 4 lane highways connect 70% of the Australian population, primarily via the Melbourne to Sydney freeway. Point taken. My comment was more of a figure of speech in that there were not many 4 lane freeways where we have been driving. ...

          Dimbula to Stawell

          A travel blog entry by julieandjohn on Aug 30, 2015

          We left our camp at 8am and traveled south to Horsham where we got our gas bottle filled at Bunnings as ours run out this morning. We then completed our journey home to Stawell arriving at 10.30am. After a coffee and lots of hugs we started to unpack. I was still very itchy as my psoriasis was really bad so I just kept unpacking to take my mind of it. Will go to doctors again tomorrow. The end of our wonderful ...

          19 August, 2015 (Another Day in the Grampians)

          A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 19, 2015

          99 photos

          ... did!

          I passed the other walks I did
          yesterday and then arrived at Mackenzie Falls Car Park. I was the
          only human there. The sun was just starting to heat up the area. It
          was full blue sky, which turned to patchy clouds and then overcast as
          the day progressed. The rays of light were very welcome in the 5
          degree Celsius weather. I walked down to a lookout, startling two
          kangaroos and two wallabies. Wallabies are possibly one of the cutest
          things ...

          18 August, 2015 (Grampians Road Trip)

          A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 18, 2015

          68 photos

          ... on my phone and my written directions
          from the night before. But, of course, in a city with construction,
          multiple lanes and morning traffic I got turned around. I was
          determined to avoid the bloody toll road and after a brief foray into
          the Docklands I made it onto the Great Western Freeway. Yes! I glowed
          with a feeling of success. The rest of the trip was smooth as peanut
          butter. I blasted some tunes and zipped along. Yeah, Australians
          don't zip like ...

          Ballarat/Sovereign Hill - Stawell

          A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 01, 2015

          2 photos

          ... of history to Ballarat and the surrounding areas and I won't go into too much detail but I will write a couple of interesting facts/observations.

          1. The British were not only disgusting to their own people and, more significantly, Aboriginals - they were complete tossers to Chinese people too. Strict rules were placed on gold digging for Chinese migrants and they were forced to pay bigger taxes. This ...