Built close by Port Albert harbour in 1871, Rodondo offers guests a taste of the town's maritime history, along with every modern comfort and facility. Select from traditional B & B, elevated suites with fabulous harbour views, self contained cottages or budget cabins.
The Bed and Breakfast rooms have gracious high ceilings, in-floor heating and ensuite bathrooms with twin showers over the huge â€œsoakerâ€? bath, providing that extra touch of luxury. The front veranda offers a sunny spot for relaxing and watching the world go by. Freshly squeezed juice, free-range eggs from our own hens and muffins straight from the oven are just some of the goodies on offer for breakfast.
All rooms have ensuite bathrooms, and are equipped with television, a bar fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. Wireless Internet access is available free of charge to all guests.
Prices: $120.00 per night for a couple. Extra person, add $20.00. Breakfast is $10.00
The "Loft" building
The Loft building houses two modern light filled beach house style rooms upstairs, each of which offers separate entry and magnificent views of Port Albert harbour. One room has a King sized bed and ensuite bathroom, The other is a Family room which sleeps up to four. The large balcony is perfect for that late afternoon pre-dinner drink, and watching the boats going to and fro.
On the ground floor of the Loft building, is a spacious self contained cottage. It comprises a large kitchen/living room, bedroom with ensuite bathroom, its own sunny private rear courtyard and a front verandah with glimpses of the harbour.
Prices: Loft rooms are $140.00 per night for a couple. Extra person, $20.00. Breakfast is $10.00. The cottage is $150.00 for the first night, and $110.00 for each night therafter, self catering.
Uncle Buck's Cabin and Chris's Cabin
Uncle Buck's Cabin and Chris's Cabin are nestled in the garden at the rear of Rodondo Bed and Breakfast.
Uncle Buck's is a single room with a kitchen, a queen sized bed, and ensuite bathroom. Alongside is Chris's Cabin, built by renowned Greenpeace activist Christopher Robinson. This one provides compact accommodation for up to three people, and has cooking facilities, an ensuite bathroom, and a view of the harbour from the verandah.
Prices: Uncle Buck's cabin is $95.00 per night for a couple. Chris's Cabin is $110.00. Linen supplied, self catering.
Rated 5 out of
Wonderful service; a beautiful B & B in a quiet and relaxed setting. We've stayed here numerous times and it just gets better.
Date published: 2013-01-14
Rated 4 out of
Clean, tidy and peaceful - lovely stay
Date published: 2013-01-11
Rated 5 out of
We stayed for a night in the Loft building. I have to say, all four of us loved it! Everything was great, from the room deco to the view to the delicious breakfast. Susan made all of us feel especially welcome, and the dogs were really friendly as well. It's just a pity we could only stay for one night, I'm sure that I'll stay at the Rodondo again when I'm in the area!
Date published: 2011-05-17
Rated 5 out of
Loved my charming, cosy cottage with its luxuriously comfortable bed and modern ensuite. Had booked in for a few nights but ended up staying a week. Thanks Susan for being such a generous and welcoming host.
Date published: 2010-02-26
Rated 5 out of
My husband and I both work full time so we try to make the most of our weekends together as a family with our 14 month baby. Where to go? I looked up stayz.com and found Rodondo in Port Albert. We had a fabulous weekend. The family room that we stayed in was beautiful, it was so clean and well looked after. We were happy already, but then we had breakfast and it was magnificent. Lunch was not required! Susan was extremely welcoming and a great lady to be around. You will not regret staying here at all.I also reccommend eating at the cafe/restaurant on the wharf or getting fish and chips from the wharf. I do not recommend eating at the local pub. I had a steak that was uneatable - so disappointing.Overall we really enjoyed going to Port Albert for a winter weekend family getaway. I believe staying at Rodondo made it!
Date published: 2009-08-10
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