Seldom Inn

Self Contained Accommodation


  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 with a double bed
  • 1 with 1 double bed + 2 single beds
  • Digital TV/DVD Player
  • Reverse Cycle air conditioning
  • Combustion Stove
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Quality Linen & Towels
  • Under cover Car Port
  • Out-door Seating
  • Sorry No Pets
  • Smoking outdoors only

Contact & Bookings

82 Blair St, Harrow
Vic 3317

Suzanne Waugh
Phone: 08 8390 2326
Mobile: 0430 331124

Situated in the 1840’s historical town of Harrow, Seldom Inn was originally constucted in the 1860’s and extended over the years to it’s current size. The building has been restored to provide a yesteryear experience. Period furniture combines with modern conveniences and comforts. The cottage is privately situated overlooking the Jonny Mullagh Reserve. The town boasts many historic buildings and a seletion of museums including the Johnny Mullagh Cricket Museum in the Harrow Discovery Centre with interactive displays featuring the Aboriginal Cricket team which was the first Australian cricket side to tour England in 1868.

The old log Gaol situated in the main street is one of the few remaining examples, dating back to the mid 1800’s. Next to the gaol is the old Kalang Cottage made from pit sawn weather boards. Both of these are open all hours and have free entry. Activities include swimming, fishing and nature walks from your doorstep. Within an hours drive there are many historic sites and towns situated in idyllic countryside.

The Grampians are easilly accessed and a must see for any visitor. Warrock boasts over twenty nationally listed buildings and is the birth place of the Kelpie. The area abounds with wildlife, Red-necked Wallabies visit the garden. Birds are plentiful including Supurb Blue Wrens, Red-eared Fire-tails, Black-chinned Honey-eaters, Grey Fan-tails, Flame Robins, all readily observed from your chair on the front verandah. Come nightfall the Boobook Owl and Tawny Frogmouth call from surrounding woodland and the Powerful Owl is also recorded here. For the keen observer Platypus are sometimes encountered along this section of the Glenelg River.