MOVING ON: The Motel Myall has been sold to new managers in November, 2020. Picture: File
MOVING ON: The Motel Myall has been sold to new managers in November, 2020. Picture: File

Dalby motel sold for millions after 23 rewarding years

A LONGSTANDING Dalby motel has gone under the hammer for millions after more than 23 years in business in the Western Downs.

The Motel Myall located at 35 Myall St was recently sold on November 11 for $2.67 million.

Located within five minutes from the CBD, the motel has a strong mix of corporate clients, government staff, tourists, and travellers venturing into the region each day.

The motel provides a true bed and breakfast experience, with experienced staff on hand everyday to give the best customer experience to multiple daily bookings.

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Speaking with the Dalby Herald in 2019, former owner Jock Rohan said the highlight of owning the motel was the people who had come through the doors.

"The place is as only as good as the people," he said.

"We've made a lot of friends here."

After more than two decades in the industry, Mr Rohan said he thoroughly enjoyed his tenure, but felt it was a good time to sell.

"With the prospect of business at the moment, we thought now was the right time," he said.

"Now after 23 years, it's time to retire."


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