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Oscars Waterfront Boutique Hotel - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Oscars Waterfront Boutique Hotel

41-b Gipps Street, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"Comfort and luxury"
Right on the river and close to the beach, Oscar's is warm and welcoming with beautifully set out rooms and delicious freshly cooked breakfast. Highly recommended if you want to feel pampered.
A Traveller
Ashmont Motor Inn & Apartments - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Ashmont Motor Inn & Apartments

47 Bank Street, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"Lovely motel, centrally located."
Pleasantly surprised, great interaction with the owners..., shame we could only stay one night this time - will definitely be back!
Traveller from Adelaide
To experience quality Port Fairy accommodation in the centre of town try the Ashmont Motor Inn & Apartments.Ashmont Motor Inn …More
The Victoria - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Victoria

48-50 Bank St, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"Port Fairy Stay"
Victoria Apartments were easily found with friendly staff and in a good position.
Traveller from Melbourne
Located in the picturesque fishing village of Port Fairy, Australia , Victoria Apartments awaits you with its luxurious …More
Comfort Inn Port Fairy - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Comfort Inn Port Fairy

22 Sackville St Po Box 79, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"I'm a comfort inn convert!"
We stayed at 6 different places while we were in Australia, and while the Comfort Inn Port Fairy was perfect in all the ways that mattered. The room was large and comfortable, and touches like the complimentary coffee pods, little tub of fresh milk and free wifi were most welcome. My booking through wotif was problem free and smooth and the hotel pretty and well located. The only negative about our stay at Port Fairy was not at all in the hotels hands - it was raining quite hard so we didn't manage to take that suggested walk around town and the lighthouse.
Traveller from Singapore
Close to National Parks. The Stag Restaurant recommended by The Age Good Food Guide. 4 Star, Front Desk Hours: 7am-10pm. If …More
BIG4 Port Fairy - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

BIG4 Port Fairy

115 Princes Highway, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (41 reviews)
Clonmara Bed & Breakfast - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Clonmara Bed & Breakfast

106 Princes Highway, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"pleasant stay"
We did get to meet the staff as we arrived quite late on a cold, wet night. However, the fire was on and suggestions had been made for dinner, making us feel welcome.
Traveller from New Zealand
Port Boutique Accommodation - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Port Boutique Accommodation

42 Sackville Street, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"Convenient location"
Park your car and walk everywhere. Take the path and pop out right in the heart of the shops and cafes in less than a minute. Comfortable bed and handy kitchenette. Thoughtful staff had heating turned up so room was cosy when we arrivef
A Traveller
Port Fairy Getaway - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Port Fairy Getaway

Various locations Street, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (9 reviews)
Port Fairy Motor Inn - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Port Fairy Motor Inn

124 Princes Highway, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (66 reviews)
Belfast Cove Holiday Park - Port Fairy Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Belfast Cove Holiday Park

139 Princes Highway, Port Fairy - Map
 
 
"Good facilities but standard cabins are very basic"
The photos only represent the deluxe cabins so don't be misled like me in thinking that you were booking a cabin that resembled the photos. Standard cabins are very basic. The overall facilities are good though with the indoor pool and kids play areas.
Traveller from Melbourne

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    Pocket Guide: Port Fairy

    Fancy a drive along the Great Ocean Road? Why not make a stop at Port Fairy, situated on the Shipwreck Coast of Western Victoria. Our Port Fairy accommodation will give you plenty of time to explore this charming fishing town and its beautiful surrounds.

    A coastal town established as a whaling station in 1835, Port Fairy has since become a popular tourist destination, especially because of the annual Port Fairy Folk Festival. The festival, which is held during the Labour Day long weekend in March each year, is a famous event that brings together a diverse range of music and entertainment including blues, soul and world music. The Moyneyana Festival is another hit event with families and is held on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve each year. The festival features giant slides, barbecues, a marching band and a fireworks spectacular held at midnight. What better way to ring in the New Year?

    If you can’t make it to these events, don’t worry – there’s plenty to do in Port Fairy all year round. Head out on a sailing or fishing adventure from Port Fairy’s wharf or hop on a cruise to the nearby Lady Julia Percy Island to watch playful fur seals basking and frolicking in the water. Take a walk along the wharf and down to the local port, one of the busiest in Australia, to watch fishermen unloading their fresh catches of fish and abalone. Of course, you can also tuck into plates stacked high with these ocean delicacies at one of the many eateries in Port Fairy’s CBD.

    If you prefer to stick to land, Port Fairy has some great experiences within half an hour of the CBD. To the east of Port Fairy sits the Toer Hill State Game Reserve sits inside an extinct volcano and will give you the perfect opportunity to meet koalas, kangaroos and other native Aussie animals. Heading west? You can’t miss the Codrington Wind Farm, an area with 14 wind turbines that generate an alternative source of energy for the Australian people. You can even tour the farm and make your way through the surrounding countryside for a unique experience. Also remember to pack your golf kit when you visit Port Fairy as its Golf Club is one of the best in Victoria, set on the ocean edge and offering stunning views. Just don’t hit the ball too far!

    Port Fairy is located four hours from Melbourne and is at the end of the world-famous Great Ocean Road Drive. Alternatively, catch a train from Melbourne to Warrnambool then hop on a quick bus trip to arrive in Port Fairy. No matter how you get here, a stay in one of our Port Fairy hotels is sure to be a coastal holiday of a lifetime.
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