Not bad, but over priced.
Like most country town hotels, demand outstrips supply, and clearly here is another example of a very average motel asking premium prices.
I stayed in a spa room which was located in the main building. I was given a room facing the main road, and surprisingly there was not as much noise as I had expected from the 6 lane M1 highway it faces, or the V-line train line which runs adjacent to the highway.
The room itself was quite spacious, and the high ceilings add to the feeling of space. The room has had a bit of a make over, a fresh coat of paint, and various mediocre quality fittings and furnishings, some of which were a bit grotty and stained. Why these were not cleaned properly or replaced I have no idea. The glasses and coffee cups were also somewhat unclean, and were probably just washed or rinsed quickly in the bathroom without detergent.
The main corridor is nice at the stairwell, but the feeling becomes less reassuring as you wonder upstairs where it all becomes quite tardy.
The wifi (as others have pointed out) cuts in and out. It was a bit frustrating.
The split system did the trick, but it had an annoying beeping sound, which sounded at regular intervals.
The bed was comfortable, but by the time I got to sleeping, I was already checking the sheets to convince myself that it was clean... and thankfully it was.
Having booked a spa room, I was expecting an additional spa, but as it turns out, the shower is over a bath tub style spa. The bathroom itself is quite spacious, and the fan and lighting quite good, but the lack of a fixed shower head and having to deal with shower curtains was all a bit frustrating (given the premium price). This is also not ideal for elderly people, as it's not so accessible. The hairdryer at least was a premium.
I probably wouldn't stay in this hotel again, partly because it's over priced for the quality and location, and mostly because the cleanliness was questionable.