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Situateded in the 1840's historic town of Harrow, in western Victoria on the upper reaches of the Glenelg River, Seldom Inn was originally constructed in the 1860's. The building has been tastefully restored to create a yesteryear experience, period furniture combines with modern conveniences. The cottage is privately situated overlooking the Johnny Mullagh Reserve.
The town of Harrow boasts many historic buildings and a selection of museums including the Harrow Discovery Centre with interactive displays featuring the first Aboriginal Cricket side to tour England in 1868. Also housed here is the Bradman Exhibit, an historic collection of memorabilia of crickets greatest.
Activities include swimming, fishing and nature walks from your doorstep, and for the keen observer birds are plentiful.
The region has many historic sites situated in idylic country-side, the Grampians are less than an hours drive away.