Customised for your search:

The Entrance Hotels

The Entrance hotels
The Entrance

Best The Entrance Hotel Deals

Waldorf The Entrance Serviced Apartments - The Entrance Hotels

Waldorf The Entrance Serviced Apartments

18 Coral Street, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to the beach"
My family & I had a wonderful time. Our room was very clean & tidy. Just a few steps away from the foreshore.
A Traveller
Lavender House B&B - The Entrance Hotels

Lavender House B&B

66 Dening Street, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Very hospitable"
Linda &. John very friendly. Breakfasts huge. Muffins tasty if you wish to be spoilt go there.
A Traveller
The Lavender House B&B is a first class Guest House in Central Coast , situated in the picturesque village of The Entrance …More
The Lakes Hotel - The Entrance Hotels

The Lakes Hotel

201 The Entrance Rd, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to the beach, bit noisy "
Nice hotel close to the beach, the facilities not excellent but it fair enough for the price you pay.
Traveller from HK
Oaks Waterfront Resort - The Entrance - The Entrance Hotels

Oaks Waterfront Resort - The Entrance

89 The Entrance Road, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Nice location for a weekender."
It was a lovely place to stay. The water views were lovely. Plenty of nice little cafe's and interesting little shops/market stalls to wander around. I liked it very much.
Traveller from Sydney
Located right on the water's edge with superb views of both the surf beach and Tuggerah Lakes, Oaks Waterfront Resort is …More
El Lago Waters Motel - The Entrance Hotels

El Lago Waters Motel

41 The Entrance Road, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Great location, but a little run down"
Overall great stay for a short break. Great location. Seems to be run down and only maintained where necessary. .
Traveller from NW Sydney
El Lago Waters Tourist Park - The Entrance Hotels

El Lago Waters Tourist Park

41 The Entrance Road, The Entrance - Map
 
 
kids were able to skate by the rooms all through the night with no sort of supervision. could hear the people in the next room talking. its a shame because of the beautiful location.
A Traveller
Sapphire Palms Motel - The Entrance Hotels

Sapphire Palms Motel

178-182 The Entrance Rd, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Great place and just minutes from entrance cbd "
My experience was great, had awesome cooling in the room, had Lovely gardens and a great family swimming pool and spa, room was clean. And bed was comfortable
A Traveller
The Entrance Backpackers - Hostel - The Entrance Hotels

The Entrance Backpackers - Hostel

2/56 The Entrance Road, The Entrance - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (4 reviews)
Sandy Cove Apartments - The Entrance Hotels

Sandy Cove Apartments

2-8 Ozone Street, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Lovely Apartments Close to Beach"
Great place to stay - very modern, spacious and clean. Staff were lovely. Fantastic location - short walk to beach and shops. Would definitely recommend to others.
Traveller from Camden
Ocean Front at The Entrance - The Entrance Hotels

Ocean Front at The Entrance

102 Ocean Parade, The Entrance - Map
 
 
"Close to beach, but not in great repair"
Sharp wood in bathroom and I cut myself, no soap just shower gel. Sofa bed unable to have sheet tucked in. Foxtel unable to be found despite being advertised DVD player not working. Good range of utensils and appliances. Difficult to park in a large car. Wifi not easy to access on a tablet
Traveller from Sydney

Search from 10 The Entrance Hotels


    Why book with Wotif ?

    Accommodation In The Entrance

    Whether you’re after want sunny beach relaxation, swimming or water sports, The Entrance is ready to entrance you. A popular holiday town on NSW’s Central Coast, it’s the place where the Tasman Sea connects to Tuggerah Lake. Australia’s pelican capital, it’s also a great spot for bushwalks and even a little culture. Book your hotel in The Entrance with us, pack a pair of flip-flops and chill out by the seaside.

    History

    In 1796, a search party discovered Tuggerah Lake while looking for escaped convict Mary Morgan. In 1828, Henry Holden became the first European to settle into the area, buying 260 hectares of land at Picnic Point. The town has been a tourist destination since 1885, when Mr. And Mrs. Walter Denniss opened Dunleith Guest House.

    Things to see and do

    Swim between the flags on a patrolled beach, where the sun’s rays touch the golden sand. Head to Memorial Park on the foreshore to take the kids to Vera’s Water Garden, and test out your skill on the giant chessboard. Fishing is popular both on the beach and in Tuggerah Lake, where you can also water-ski, sail or canoe. And if you’re heading to the lake, there are three long jetties stretching out across the shallow waters, all of which are perfect for fishing and watching the sun go down.

    Pelican fans, you’re in luck. The Entrance is Australia’s pelican capital, and every day at 3.30 in the afternoon, you can watch volunteers toss fish into a crowd of hungry water birds.

    Wyrrabalong National Park is only an eight-minute drive away, so get on the Central Coast Highway and explore sandy beaches, red gum rainforests and sweeping clifftop beach views.

    Every year in July, music lovers can come to The Entrance for the Winter Blues and Jazz Festival, where live jazz, blues, stalls and fun park rides take over Memorial Park.

    Shopping and dining

    After a swim at the beach, wot could be better than a cup of coffee and some pancakes in a trendy cafe? Among other options, there’s also seafood, Italian, and a little fancy cuisine topped off with views of the ocean? You can shop at Lakeside Shopping Centre and take a wander down The Entrance Road’s tree-lined footpaths for everything from fancy dress to clothing to a cinema. On Saturdays, there are farmers and arts and crafts markets down by the beach.

    Getting here

    The Entrance is about halfway between Sydney and Newcastle, making it an ideal getaway from both of those spots. Take a look at our flights to Sydney or flights to Newcastle and go with the flow in your Entrance accommodation.

    Image credit Albert Lee under Creative Commons
    Hide