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Great Ocean Road Resort - Anglesea Hotels

Great Ocean Road Resort

105 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea - Map
 
 
"Close to the beach and shops"
This hotel is in the perfect spot, walking distance to everything. We were happy overall with our resort but could have been 100% but for some minor niggles. The apartment was comfortable and had most supplies but was not as clean as it should have been. There was still some sand on the floor. There was also a few broken things in our room that needed fixing. When paying top dollar, a little more attention to detail and it would have been exceptional.
Traveller from Vic
Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park - Anglesea Hotels

Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park

35 Cameron Road, Anglesea - Map
 
 
Nice but cost gets a bit out of hand when they charge per guest, especially for a family. Good location and facilities.
A Traveller
Anglesea Surf Beach Apartments - Anglesea Hotels

Anglesea Surf Beach Apartments

143-D Great Ocean Road, Anglesea - Map
 
 
3.8 out of 5 (6 reviews)
Four Kings Apartments - Anglesea Hotels

Four Kings Apartments

143a Great Ocean Road, Anglesea - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (15 reviews)
Anglesea River Apartments - Anglesea Hotels

Anglesea River Apartments

105 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea - Map
 
 
3.7 out of 5 (71 reviews)

Top Hotels Near Anglesea

Lightkeepers Inn Motel - Aireys Inlet Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Lightkeepers Inn Motel

64 Great Ocean Road, Aireys Inlet - Map
 
 
Nice quiet hotel, no road noise, comfortable beds, lovely cooked breakfast. Only thing about the area is that not much is open on Monday and Tuesday nights. Aireys Pub meals are average.
Traveller from Melbourne
Torquay Tropicana Motel - Torquay Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Torquay Tropicana Motel

2 Grossmans Road, Torquay - Map
 
 
"Cold pool!"
Cold pool. Well a freezing cold pool! We appreciate awful weather but hey it is the coast near Geelong!
A Traveller
Surf City Motel - Torquay Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Surf City Motel

35 The Esplanade, Torquay - Map
 
 
"Nice place, good location"
Good place, bathroom could be cleaner and fresher smelling!
A Traveller
The Best Western Surf City Motel is located in a quiet location off the highway, opposite the beach in the heart of Torquay …More
RACV Torquay Resort - Torquay Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

RACV Torquay Resort

1 Great Ocean Road, Torquay - Map
 
 
"Luxury on Great Ocean Road"
After sleeping in a tent for a week from Adelaide to Torquay, this was the perfect night of luxury. Comfy beds, big bathtub, yummy food and drinks and gorgeous view from room made our stay perfect. Staff were really friendly too, particularly the ones in restaurant on Level 1.
A Traveller
Perched within the backdrop of the Torquay and Jan Juc beaches RACV Torquay Resort is set on an expansive golf course with …More
Bellbrae Harvest - Bellbrae Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$300

Bellbrae Harvest

45 Portreath Road, Bellbrae - Map
 
 
"Great retreat away from everything"
Great little retreat, tucked away from everyone and thing but close enough to the beach and surf ''Twas a very much needed retreat, peacful and quite, we didn't even have phone reception... Maybe a few more DVDs would be good as the digital tv kept dropping out, but apart from that a very relaxed enjoyable getaway, Shame the restaurant was closed for renos, maybe next time!
Traveller from melbourne

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    Accommodation In Anglesea

    Anglesea is one of the many coastal towns along the Great Ocean Road, Victoria’s winding 243-kilometre stretch that lures road trippers in droves. With sweeping Southern Ocean views, surfing, nature walks and more, this charming town is a must-do destination if you’re making the journey – and an ideal getaway in itself. Between Anglesea and Lorne is the smaller town of Aireys Inlet. Both of these towns are peaceful places with stunning natural scenery, so look no further than us for your Anglesea and Aireys Inlet accommodation.

    Originally known by the less attractive name of Swampy Creek, Anglesea changed its name in 1884 when the town was formed. These days it’s a sporty place, with its own Aussie Rules footy team, cricket and golf clubs, skateboard ramps and surf beaches. But that’s not all there is to this diverse location. Drive here or jump on a bus from Geelong and find out for yourself! Stay in accommodation ranging from caravan parks to beachside apartments or even cosy cottages. You can swim or surf at Anglesea Beach or even fish at the mouth of the river. Coogoorah Park has boardwalks and bridges that will take you on a walk through the peaceful wetlands. For an authentic local shopping experience, the Anglesea Riverbank Market happens each Sunday across various locations. Everything from books to trinkets go on sale, with the event raising funds for the local primary school and other community organisations. When you feel like something to eat, Anglesea has several fresh food stores, restaurants and cafes, some with lovely ocean views.

    Anglesea’s golf course is famous for its Eastern Grey Kangaroos. Sadly, the kangaroos don’t play golf, but they do hang around while you tee off. Numbering around 300 in total, they’re a sight to see as they hop around the fairways. The Anglesea Art Walk features six mosaic art pieces created by local organisations. This 2.5 kilometre walk starts at the sweeping views of JE Loveridge Lookout and finishes at Anglesea Primary School, taking you through town along the way. Love rugged natural scenery? Take a day trip to Point Addis, a 4,600-hectare marine national park and surf beach with large sandstone cliffs.

    From Anglesea it’s a quick 10km trip to Aireys Inlet, the town famous for the Split Point Lighthouse, which was used as a location in the popular children’s TV series ‘Round the Twist’. Indulge in a photo opportunity or take a guided tour for a closer look at the place where "strange things happen". While you’re in town, take a look at Eagles Nest Fine Art Gallery, picnic or bushwalk at Great Otway National Park. Still need entertaining? Try fishing, canoeing or bird-watching.

    If you want to explore more of what Victoria has in store, Anglesea and Aireys Inlet are within driving distance of Geelong, The Mornington Peninsula and the rest of the Great Ocean Road including the amazing 12 Apostles Rock formations at Port Campbell. Sound like a trip worth taking? Then wot’s the hold-up? Book your Anglesea or Aireys Inlet hotel with us!

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