William Dutton Motel Address:
141 Percy Street,
Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the William Dutton Motel in Victoria
Emma and Greg Parsons welcome you to the William Dutton Motel, your best accommodation choice in Victoria’s lovely coastal city of Portland. Located just a block from the heart of Portland’s business district and close to restaurants, shops and other services, the William Dutton Motel provides a comfortable and affordable base for you to enjoy the many pleasures of Victoria’s southwest. At the William Dutton Motel, flexibility is the key to our success. Whether it’s a room for a couple, a family or a larger group, the William Dutton Motel can provide exactly what you need. Emma and Greg are both lifelong Portland residents, so they not only know this remarkably attractive part of Australia very well, they are delighted to share their ‘insider’ knowledge with guests. William Dutton Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the William Dutton Motel will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
Our guests can experience a quiet and central location in order to take in the local shops and eateries. During your stay, be sure to experience our local attractions such as fishing, whale watching, hiking, Museums and Arts, Powerhouse Vintage car and Motor Museum, Strawberry Farm, Treloar Roses and much more. With a 7.4km route meandering along Portland’s spectacular foreshore, the Portland Cable Tram is a must-do for any visitor to town. The Portland Cable Tram offers passengers a taste of yesteryear on board lovingly restored and modified saloon and grip cars. Jump on board and learn all about Portland’s history from our passionate volunteers, while hopping on and off at your leisure to visit attractions including the Portland Maritime Discovery Centre, Powerhouse Museum, World War II Memorial lookout, Portland Botanic Gardens and our very own museum, home to model trains and the largest private gemstone collection in the southern hemisphere.