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Active Holidays BIG4 Lake Macquarie - Mannering Park Hotels

Active Holidays BIG4 Lake Macquarie

Lot 28 Monterey Avenue, Mannering Park - Map
4.4 out of 5 (20 reviews)
Lakeview Motor Inn - Belmont South Hotels

Lakeview Motor Inn

749 Pacific Highway, Belmont South - Map
"Clean and Quiet"
The positives outweigh the negatives, the units are in the back of the establishments, all on ground level. Free parking for guests. The unit was well laid out, however, no clock radio for setting an alarm, you had to be standing on top of the tv for the remote to work, when you turned on the light to the bathroom/toilet, the exhaust fan kicked in and sounded like it was about to launch into outer space. No landline phone in the rooms, and all the pillows were old and lumpy.
Traveller from Newcastle NSW Australia
Aquarius Motel Belmont - Belmont South Hotels

Aquarius Motel Belmont

813 Pacific Highway, Belmont South - Map
This small room was thoughtfully equipped with everything needed for our overnight stay. The bed was comfortable, lighting and heating were good. Parking was at our door.
Traveller from Melbourne Aus
Lake Macquarie Motor Inn - Marks Point Hotels

Lake Macquarie Motor Inn

798 Pacific Highway, Marks Point - Map
"Great Motel "
Enjoyable four days. Even though the weather was very cold the unit was easily warmed up.
Traveller from Tauranga NZ
Caves Beachside Hotel - Caves Beach Hotels

Caves Beachside Hotel

7 Mawson Close, Caves Beach - Map
"Could do better"
Everything is as advertised. The rooms look like the pictures, it's close to the beach and it's an ideal adults retreat (no under 18s). But, there's little or no phone reception in the rooms near the beach, and no place to charge your phone, laptop or latest e-widget. The focus seems to be on weddings and seasonal holiday makers with no support for the business traveller or person who might have been on the road for a few days and wants to catch up with work or home. The room had broken lights, toilet and shower fans that would wake the dead, and curtains thatdon't shut out the light and were torn. I've stayed at similarly priced facilities and had a much higher standard of accomodation. Don't forget to dodge the duck poo outside your room, the dog poo on the way to the beach and avoid eating the bistro if you can. I ddin't think it was possible to get a simple dish like fish and chips wrong but they managed to not cook the fish completely and serve it with cold chips and a radish salad...awful. I'd also like to thank (not really) the three loud and cheerful retirees who decided to have a very long conversation after their early morning walk while leaning on my front deck just outside my bedroom.
Traveller from ACT
Located on the beachfront, the newly opened Caves Beachside Hotel in the City of Lake Macquarie, Australia , has beautiful …More
Pippi's At The Point - Speers Point Hotels

Pippi's At The Point

199 Main Road, Speers Point - Map
"Perfect overnight stopover!"
Such a gorgeous little place to stay! Looked out over the lake, absolutely stunning! We arrived late (after 9pm) both times we stayed there, and the staff were still so lovely and happy to help us, even offering to carry our bags upstairs! The beds were comfortable and it was really handy having the free carparking so close by!
A Traveller
Black Swan Waterfront Motel - Swansea Hotels

Black Swan Waterfront Motel

137 Bowman Street, Swansea - Map
4.3 out of 5 (29 reviews)
Raffertys Resort - Cams Wharf Hotels

Raffertys Resort

1 Wild Duck Drive, Cams Wharf - Map
4.2 out of 5 (59 reviews)
Eco-inn Warners Bay - Warners Bay Hotels

Eco-inn Warners Bay

568 The Esplanade, Warners Bay - Map
Room soon warmed and stayed warm o0ver night without the use of heatjng. The bathroom was warm in the morning despite it being very cold. Close to lake and walking distance to shops and many restaurants.
Traveller from Sydney
Lakeside Motor Inn is a welcoming Warners Bay Accommodation and a friendly 3 star hotel near Lake Macquarie in New …More
Belmont Bayview Park - Belmont Hotels

Belmont Bayview Park

1 Gerald Street, Belmont - Map
"Nice family friendly cabins"
Family friendly cabins, clean and neat. Great that there was a washing machine inside the cabin as well.
Traveller from Sydney

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    Pocket Guide: Central Coast Lake Macquarie Hotels

    Lake Macquarie is the largest lake in Australia, stretching an enormous 24km - four times larger than the Sydney Harbour! When you stay in one of our Lake Macquarie hotels, you'll enjoy water sports and scenic dining experiences while you unwind in the laidback atmosphere.

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    Aboriginals inhabited the lake for about 8,000 years, naming themselves the "Awabakal" tribe, meaning "people of the calm surface". Thousands of years later, it's still the calm surface of the lake that draws holidaymakers and long stayers to the area.

    Things to do

    With the lake and 30 beaches in the surrounding area, some of the most popular activities around here include sailing, kayaking, jet skiing and fishing. But if you want to really relax, do as the locals do and pull anchor, then just let your boat drift along. Now that’s relaxed!

    If you're a cyclist, you'll love exploring the lakeside cycling tracks. Make sure you stop off at Warners Bay and Redbluff Boardwalk along the way to take some photos and grab a coffee. You can also check out the koalas at the Wangi Wangi Point Flora and Fauna Reserve or ride the 16km to Newcastle on the Fernleigh Track.

    The area's peaceful surroundings inspire many creative souls and art is a big part of the Lake Macquarie community, so make sure you visit some of the local galleries and studios. If you don't have time to see any other gallery, don't miss Dobell House, the residence of the late Sir William Dobell, a world-famous local artist.

    Dining and shopping

    There are heaps of jetties where you can drop a line and try your luck at catching your dinner. But if the fish aren't biting, don't worry - there are plenty of waterfront cafes and restaurants to appease your growling stomach.

    When it comes to shopping, market lovers will be pleased to know that there's a different market on almost every weekend – from Swansea to Warners Bay, you'll find a treasure trove to dig through.

    Getting here and around

    Sydney is only an hour and a half away and Newcastle is about half an hour away, so take your pick of these cheap flights to Sydney or these affordable airfares to Newcastle. There are regular trains and buses to Lake Macquarie from both Sydney and Newcastle and once you've arrived, you can easily get around on public buses and ferries.

    So take a well-deserved break and check out our great range of Lake Macquarie accommodation.