1 Nottage Terrace, Medindie SA 5081
P : 08 8269 1555
"My stay there was ideal . Very modern with an awesome bathroom . Close to everything , great vending machines and food for sale in the office . I recommend Scotty's to anybody . Family and pet friendly too ."
*Pet friendly rooms may be available upon request*
Located in the leafy, inner northern suburb of Medindie, family operated and owned for nearly 50 years, Scottys Motel is located only 4 km from Adelaide city centre.
Offering comfortable rooms with a private bathroom, air-conditioning, small fridge, microwave and a flat-screen TV the motel provides free on-site car parking and WiFi while laundry services and breakfast are available for a small charge. Guests have access to the seasonal outdoor swimming pool.
Scottys Motel is a short drive from restaurants and cafes, Adelaide Oval is 3 km away easily reached by public transport, the Adelaide Aquatic Centre is 1 km from the property while the Adelaide Entertainment Centre is a short 7-minute drive away. The North Adelaide dog park and surrounding parklands including community playground are a short 5 minute walk.Famous for its big 5 metre tall Scotsman, Scottys Motel is 35 minutes’ drive from the historic township of Hanhdorf, 45 minutes' drive from the wine producing Barossa Valley region. Adelaide Airport is 10 km away.
The simple rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as microwaves, mini fridges and tea and coffee making facilities. Some include sofas. Amenities consist of an outdoor pool and free parking.
Some rooms are PET FRIENDLY
Free Off-Street Parking
In-Room Breakfast Service
Almost everyone in Adelaide knows of the Big Scotsman, located at the gateway to the city on the corner of Nottage Terrace and Main North Road. Erected in 1963, the Big Scotsman stands at 5 metres tall and was the very first of the 'Big Things' cult phenomenon built around Australia by Mr Paul Kelly.
The Scotsman was made with a solid steel frame, which was covered in wire netting and clad in hessian. It was then sprayed with a polyurethane foam and coated with a fibreglass mesh to prevent it from disintegrating and, finally, it was painted. The sculpture was built in three main pieces – legs, torso and head.
Big Scotty is still as strong as ever at nearly 70 years old, but just needs a bit of painting upkeep from time to time.