Ovens Valley Motor Inn
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Ovens Valley Motor Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Ovens Valley Motor Inn Bright
Travel Blogs from Bright
... van and ready for a drink and a shower and a sit down. After relaxing for a while and doing some chores we took off on the bikes again and rode back into town for lunch at the Beechworth Bakery. Then a wander around town. Lots of quaint stores. Icecream shop, lolly shop, Beechworth Emporium, trinket shops etc. grabbed some groceries and walked through the historic precinct before having an Icecream and riding back to the park. Now for a relax. A catch up in the Blog and a ...
Back tracked first up today to get some pics of JB Plain Hut which is just near Dinner Plains. Rooks some good pics of it the other day when we passed by I had forgotten to put the card back in the camera after downloading photos so consequently didn't have any pics. But we have them today. It's a lovely little hut on the edge of an open plain. Then we headed for Omeo descending from the high country. Stopped for a break at Omeo and gave the street a once ...
... main thing we remember is that back then the forest on one side of the lake was all dead as a result of large fires in 2006. There was a lot of re-growth starting, but all very low. The re-growth then consisted of all young leaves that are spectacularly red until maturity. This made it a very photogenic place with the white dead trunks in between. There has obviously been no more fire since, and the saplings that were starting back then are now trees of 6 to 10m ...
... at the south end of the Great Glen and lies in the shadows of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. From there we followed the route of the famous Jacobite Steam Train which travels from Fort William to Mallaig a distance of 84 miles round trip. For those who are Harry Potter fans the Jacobite provided the steam engine and carriages for the "Hogwarts Express". We were able to get some wonderful photos of the train passing over the famous viaduct which appeared in the ...
... came over the mountain was quite warm and between about 10am -2pm it was perfect for swimming in the river. By swimming I mean more like dunking in because it is ice cold! Aaron wasn’t all too keen on that but insisted it wakes you up and we hadn’t set up our shower.
Dinner on the second night was a bit more exciting than the first:
Lamb Leg braise in our new lodge camp oven! (except we cheated and cooked it in ...