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What is the best self-contained accommodation in Ballarat?
- The Provincial Ballarat feels like home with a luxurious touch. Each apartment sports its own décor scheme, Apple TV, and a minibar filled with local produce. If you want to make use of a kitchen during your stay, select a two-bedroom apartment.
- Lake Wendouree Luxury Apartments on Webster has full kitchens and washing machines to make an extended stay feel like a luxury getaway. All apartments have a balcony or patio and a few little perks like heated towel rails and rainfall showers to make your stay feel extra special.
Is there pet-friendly accommodation in Ballarat?
Pet-friendly places in Ballarat are tough to come by, but Woodmans Hill Motel allows pets for an extra nightly fee. You can start your morning off right with a continental breakfast, and the motel is about a 15-minute drive from Victoria Park, where your leashed pup can get fresh air and exercise.
What Ballarat accommodation is good for families?
- BIG4 Ballarat Goldfields Holiday Park has accommodation ranging from open plan to three bedrooms, so the entire clan can stay together comfortably. Your kids will love the giant outdoor jumping pillow and kids club, while the whole family can cannonball into the heated pool or have a tournament in the games room.
- Sovereign Park Motor Inn has several types of accommodation, including family units with multiple beds and bathrooms so everyone can get a little privacy. The on-site restaurant offers a children’s menu, and your little ones can work off some energy at the kid’s pool. The Sovereign is one of the only hotels in Ballarat to have a covered playground, so the kids can climb and play, rain or shine.
If you're keen to fill in an hour or two, appreciate the exhibits at Eureka Centre. If you're interested in this attraction and would like to stay close by, check out Quality Inn The George Hotel Ballarat and Quality Inn Heritage On Lydiard. Take some time to enjoy the natural world at Lake Esmond. Stay at Ballarat Mews Serviced Apartments and Sovereign Hill Hotel and you can visit this hotspot whenever you like.
For some alternatives, try the Sebel Creswick Forest Resort and the RACV Goldfields Resort. They are located 13 kilometres and 13 kilometres respectively from the main center. If these aren't for you, you can try the Lake Inn Ballarat or the Bell Tower Inn.
The close by cities of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs are worth checking out. Daylesford is 35 kilometres to the northeast of Ballarat, while Hepburn Springs is 35 kilometres to the northeast. Accommodations in Daylesford include the Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel and Hotel Frangos. Hepburn Springs options are the Hepburn at Hepburn and Hepburn Springs Motor Inn.
If watching sport gives you a buzz, go to Kardinia Park. It's located to the southeast of Ballarat. Want to stay nearby? The Quest Geelong and the Comfort Inn Eastern Sands could both be just what you're after.
Tullamarine Airport is the nearest preferred airport, and can be found 90 kilometres from the centre of Ballarat. Hotels close to Tullamarine Airport are the PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport and the Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport.
How much is a hotel room in Ballarat?
Hotels in Ballarat start at AU$95 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.