Guest Facilities

Modern & Comfortable, Off-Highway Accommodation in Wangaratta

Our guests love the fact that the Hermitage Motor Inn is the quietest motel in Wangaratta. Although we are based right in the city centre, we are located on a quaint side street rather than roadside along the bustling highway that slices through town.

All the rooms at the Hermitage Motor Inn offer spacious, comfortable areas and furnishings, modern new appointments, fresh quality linens, large TV and Free Wi-Fi. Our rooms provide split-system air-conditioning and heating, and each are maintained as strictly non-smoking rooms.

We offer short-term or longer-term stays and individual and group accommodation options. Each room is only steps away from our clean swimming pool, garden, BBQ area and outdoor dining area.

Reception Hours

8.00am to 8.00pm
7 days per week

Check In
From 1.00pm 

Check Out
By 10.00am

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Our Facilities

Hermitage Motor Inn offers the following facilities to all our guests:

  • Quiet, 'off-highway' location
  • Spacious, well-appointed rooms
  • 81 cm LCD Televisions
  • Split-system air conditioning
  • Disabled Access Room
  • BBQ Area
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Off Street parking
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Toaster, microwave and tea and coffee-making facilities
  • Fax & Photocopying Service
  • Bicycle Storage available
  • Central to Restaurants (some offering chargeback facilities & some offering delivery to your room)
  • Close to the Wangaratta Railway Station
  • Close to the start of Murray to Mountains Rail Trail
  • Close to Wangaratta’s Hospitals
  • Located within Wangaratta’s Historic Precinct


Historic Past

The Hermitage Motor Inn is located within the City of Wangaratta’s designated heritage precinct.

The motel is built on the site of Lister House, a charming 2-storey Victorian building housing a private hospital in which Australian war hero Edward "Weary" Dunlop was born. A plaque at the Motel commemorates his birth in 1907.

The entrance to reception incorporates the original leadlight door and the veranda features replica iron lace from the old building.