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Peppers Moonah Links Resort - Fingal Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$195

Peppers Moonah Links Resort

55 Peter Thompson Drive, Fingal - Map
 
 
"Quite central on the peninsula"
Easy drive to Rye, Rosebud...but out of the hustle of it all.
Traveller from Berwick
Woodman Estate - Moorooduc Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Woodman Estate

136 Graydens Road, Moorooduc - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Flinders Hotel - Flinders Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Flinders Hotel

Corner of Cook & Wood Street, Flinders - Map
 
 
"Great hotel on the Mornington Peninsula"
The receptionist at the check in counter was personable (and gave us an upgrade), the room was spotless and comfortable, the breakfast was delicious and it's in a beautiful little town. Thoroughly recommend it!
Traveller from Melbourne, Victoria
Portsea Village Resort - Portsea Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Portsea Village Resort

3765 Point Nepean Road, Portsea - Map
 
 
"Quiet hotel near the beach"
If you are looking for a peaceful break the the resort at Portsea is ideal. Close to the pier and beach. The decor is dated and could do with a facelift however for a short break away from the city this is it
A Traveller
RACV Cape Schanck Resort - Cape Schanck Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

RACV Cape Schanck Resort

Trent Jones Drive, Cape Schanck - Map
 
 
4.8 out of 5 (304 reviews)
Oceanic Apartments Sorrento - Sorrento Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Oceanic Apartments Sorrento

234 Ocean Beach Road, Sorrento - Map
 
 
"Perfect place for a couples weekend away "
Myself and my boyfriend stayed here for the weekend of a wedding close by. Place was perfect for two for chilled movies and hot chockies in bed. Super close to the Main Street and beach that has such an amazing view. Great survive and real friendly and helpful!
Traveller from melbourne
Lindenderry At Red Hill - Red Hill Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Lindenderry At Red Hill

142 Arthurs Seat Road, Red Hill - Map
 
 
"Lovely outlook from room out to the garden."
Two relaxing nights in a lovely room, wonderful restaurant, great service.
Traveller from Bentleigh
A member of the exclusive Select Hotels and Resorts , the Lindenderry at Red Hill hotel provides an excellent holiday …More
Best Western Plus Brooklands of Mornington - Mornington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Brooklands of Mornington

99 Tanti Avenue, Mornington - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel excellent hotel "
In easy walking distance to restaurant etc. Rooms are nice and clean. Bed very comfy
Traveller from melbourne
Beachwalk Cottage - Blairgowrie Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Beachwalk Cottage

396 Melbourne Road, Blairgowrie - Map
 
 
Mornington Bed and Breakfast - Mornington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Mornington Bed and Breakfast

16 Wilsons Road, Mornington - Map
 
 
"Super comfortable, fabulous view, close to town"
It was our first time visiting the Mornington Peninsula and the Mornington B&B was a great base camp for us. It is convenient to everything and ending an activity packed day taking in the view from the deck in the Regency room was perfect.
Traveller from St Kilda, VIC

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    Pocket Guide: Mornington Peninsula

    Imagine lazy beachside holidays that come with green hinterlands and wild ocean beaches. Dream no further and escape to Victoria's coast with our great rates on Mornington Peninsula hotels.

    Mornington Peninsula is a region made up of many seaside villages and lots of explore. Drive along the coastlines of the Mornington Peninsula to discover cliff-top mansions, grand historic gardens and art galleries bursting with colour and life to tempt your senses. Relax and soothe your senses with a soak in a hot spring or with the scent of fresh flowers at the Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Gardens. If you are an outdoor lover, the bays and peninsulas of the area will excite you with every type of water sport you can wish for, from sailing to scuba diving, fishing to sea kayaking. Remember to pack your golf clubs – the Mornington Peninsula has 18 golf courses, each with excellent natural golf terrain and stunning views. The adventurous walker can find miles of coastal trails, through national parks and on peaceful country lanes. The more daring can enter the Two Bays Trail Run, a sporting event held in January, which leads runners along 28 kilometres of picturesque track. Prefer to cycle? Then enter Bupa Around the Bay, Australia’s largest one day bike ride, and raise funds for charity. This event is held in October.

    Of course, the Mornington Peninsula is alive with other events and festivals, especially during spring. The Main Street Mornington Festival held during October is the most popular event of its kind on the Peninsula and has live performances, food stalls and activities available for the whole family. The Hinterland Scarecrow Festival Trail, held from September to October, is a unique festival where visitors can explore scarecrow creations and farmyard art scattered throughout the region.

    The Mornington Peninsula is also great for shopping, with the region offering everything you could possibly want. Check out a variety of designer wares at Mornington, Mount Eliza and Mount Martha or splurge at luxury stores in Portsea and Sorrento, two of Australia’s most expensive regions. Take a stroll down the beach and explore the shopping centres and boutiques at Dromana, Rosebud and Rye or indulge in one of the day spas in the area. Or if you prefer, head to the Red Hill Community Market, held on the first Saturday of the month during May to September, or the Mornington Racecourse Market, held every second Sunday of the month. These markets are home to stalls that sell unique gifts and crafts as well as delicious food to either eat there or take home. Speaking of food, the Mornington Peninsula is also a popular wine region. The area has over 50 cellar doors and these, along with restaurants and cafes, can mean that your food and wine adventure can stretch past lunch and well into dinner!

    The best thing about the Mornington Peninsula? It’s only an hour from Melbourne, one of Australia’s most popular cities. Fly in with one of our cheap flights to Melbourne and take an hour-long drive or train ride down to this beautiful region. So what are you waiting for? Book your Mornington Peninsula accommodation, which includes two-bedroom and three-bedroom hotels, today.

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