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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Card fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
Guests will be contacted to confirm check in arrangements. A mobile telephone number will also be supplied to ensure the guest is always able to contact us if check in is early or late.
By car: Follow signs for the South Eastern Suburbs and then the EastLink to Frankston and from there follow the Nepean Highway to Mornington.
By train from the city; catch a train from Flinders St Station to Frankston where you can catch a regular bus or taxi to Mornington.
From the airport: There are many options available. Please refer to Frankston & Peninsula Airport Shuttle, Jetbus, Metlink and Melbourne Taxis.
Off street car parking is available
|Things To Do||
Whether you?re young or young at heart, the Mornington Peninsula is the ideal destination for an overnight escape, romantic getaway or extended break. Offering a breathtaking diversity of land and seascapes as well as unique experiences and images that promise to linger in your memory long after the holiday has ended.
Brightly-coloured bathing boxes near the water?s edge, or the cool, green Hinterland lanes. There are some great wineries for tastings, footpath umbrellas offering shade to read the weekend papers at leisure while enjoying a coffee. Or you could explore the farm gates and restaurants offering delicious dishes made from fresh local produce.
Here?s just a sample of what?s on offer, right on your doorstep.
The Peninsula is a veritable treasure trove of fine art galleries and antiques, from the major regional galleries in Mornington and Langwarrin to the myriad of high quality private galleries and shops scattered through the region. Visit the famous Arthurs Seat lookout, walking trails and Seawinds gardens.
Lose yourself (or the children!) at Ashcombe Maze (Red Hill Rd, Shoreham), one of Australia?s largest hedge mazes set among superb gardens and a forest of trees from around the world. The tea room and cafe terrace serve refreshments all day.
The Briars Park, Mt Martha, incorporates a 1840s homestead (complete with acclaimed Napoleonic collection) with sprawling lawns, gardens and trees perfect for a picnic or a visit to some walking trails. The magnificent bluestone homestead in Heronswood was built in 1871 on the slopes of Arthurs Seat. Cottage gardens have been established on the original 1870s plantings, while the cafe and nursery are perennial favourites.
Natural hot mineral water drawn from springs deep under the Mornington Peninsula feed the pools at the Peninsula Hot Springs in Fingal. An ornately tiled Turkish steam bath, or haman, is the newest addition to the experience which includes a private massage day spa retreat, family-friendly bath house, cafe and choice of natural hot mineral spring pools.
Head for the hinterland and pick your own (Nov-April) strawberries at Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm, Main Ridge, or perhaps indulge in one of the year-round house specialties - award-winning, farm-made ice-cream or boutique fruit wine.
Offering a choice of bush, winery, or spectacular oceanfront horseback riding experiences, the Peninsula caters for all abilities ranging from novice to seasoned equestrians. Discuss your needs with a choice of operators including Arthurs Seat Trail Rides, Gunnamatta Trail and Ocean Beach Rides, Bush and Winery Rides and Ace Hi Ranch.