A friend and I decided to circumnavigate Port Phillip Bay from Melbourne via Geelong and Queenscliff across to the Mornington Peninsula (via ferry) and back to Melbourne, stopping at wineries, for cheese tastings and at thermal pools. First night we stayed at this very restful B & B on the cliff edge at Queenscliff. The (adorable) owner couldn't have been more friendly and helpful. The room was lovely - very luxurious. The en-suite was just fine. The street was very quiet and I slept with the curtains open to enjoy the view of the sea. There is a guests' lounge with fridge and tea and coffee making facilities (these were in the rooms as well) . There's a park over the road - great for tai chi with a view. The choices offered for breakfast were almost endless! Fruit, cereals, cooked breakfasts - something for everyone and served oh so elegantly. Loved the home poached fruit and home grown fresh fruit. Value for money. Book now! Don't delay as it may not always be an option for accommodation in Queenscliff.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With Bay views KiaOra is perfectly placed in historic precinct, opposite park and facing Port Phillip Bay, minutes from Beaches, Pier, Shops, cafes, restaurants and Harbour. Picturesque and offering classic luxurious comfort and quality, four en-suite guest rooms suitable for singles, couples and small groups. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kia Ora At Queenscliff Victoria