WINTER SPECIAL : STAY FOR 2 NIGHTS & GET THE 3rd NIGHT FREE
Book 2 nights in the calendar and we will allocate the 3rd night free
Stunning 2 bedroom apartment, 2 storey and NEWLY RENOVATED including a new balcony, double glazed soundproof windows and carpet. Situated directly opposite Mornington Beach. Spectacular views of the bay and boat harbour. Close to Mornington Yacht Club. Perfect location- walk across the road to the beach and a short walk to the Main St. shops and boutiques. Dine on your own balcony with BBQ and view the beautiful sea vista.
This 2 storey apartment has all the modern conveniences-balcony with outdoor Weber BBQ upstairs, LCD TV, DVD, audio and sound system, new reverse cycle air-conditioning/heater upstairs, ceiling fans + heaters and electric blankets in the bedrooms, log fireplace in the living room, new kitchen appliances- stove ,oven, microwave, toaster, full fridge, new washer, cloths dryer, iron and hair dryer. Windows are double glazed and soundproof. Boogie board + 2 beach chairs supplied.
Sleeps 4 ideally but with a new folding single bed so can sleep 5 . Bedding is queen bed with king size doona in one bedroom and 2 single in the other. Free wifi is now included.
It has everything you need on a holiday.
LOCATION- BEST POSITION IN MORNINGTON, great for Summer or Winter stays
This is the perfect spot for fun, rest and relaxation. It is directly opposite the beach. Just stroll across the road, bring the boogie boards and beach chairs supplied and spend the day swimming, reading and relaxing. Walk along the beach and go the the pier. See the fishermen, try fishing or have fish and chips on the pier.
Walk along the parkland and playground area. Follow the historic trail along Main St. Visit the lovely galleries in the area.
Watch the fireworks from the comfort of the balcony on Australia day and see the spectacle.
Eat out everyday and night at the great restaurants, cafes and pubs nearby: DOC, The Rocks, Squires Loft Steak Grillhouse, Assagini, Brass Razu Winebar, Afghan Marco Polo, The Winey Cow, Blackbird cafe, Kirks On The Esplanade, The Royal Hotel, Restaurant Soy and many more. There are Fish n Chips shops, Burger Bars Thanks Albert , Mexican, Asian and Indian cuisines- casual and fine dining. There are ice-cream shops, Yo Chi cafe and gelati bars. There is something for everyone.
It is close to the wineries, golf courses,bowls and tennis club, great cafes and restaurants as well as spa resorts. Enjoy fishing ,swimming, sailing, eating, shopping, playing golf, tennis or bowls, picking cherries, walking or just relaxing.There is a small local cinema within walking distance. Explore Main St with it's boutique shops. Go to the local library nearby and read the papers while you have a coffee at the lovely library cafe. The apartment is near the boat launching ramp so boats are welcome.
It is only 25 minutes drive to the world renown Peninsula Hot Springs where you can spend a day at this world class outdoor collection of natural hot springs and get pampered with massages, treatments, saunas or dip and dine there.
Mornington Peninsula is particularly famous for its wineries and fine dining, secluded beaches, as well as Arthur's Seat look-out and Chair Lift for a spectacular view, mazes and horse riding along the beaches, Moonlit Sanctuary in Pearcedale, Phillip Island penguins, surfing at Gunnamatta or other back beaches, and the coastal attractions of Portsea and Sorrento. You can take the Sorrento-Queenscliff ferry and explore the Bellarine Peninsula.
There are great nature walks and views at Cape Schanck, Mt Martha, Point Nepean, Arthur's Seat, and Red Hill. There are many farmer's and craft markets at Redhill, Mt. Eliza and Mornington as well as the iconic Dromana drive-in, surf beaches of Sorrento and Portsea and great pubs.
Mornington Beach Apartment is great accommodation in the best position. It's a little slice of heaven.
This apartment is wonderful for cosy winter stays. It has a great log fireplace; snuggle up on the couch while the fire is blazing . Gaze over the bay while toasting your toes near the fire. Walk to Main Street and dine in the many restaurants, hotels and cafes that have open fireplaces. During the day, go walking along the many beach and bush tracks nearby.
Visit the lovely galleries in the area. Pop in to the wineries and cellar doors along the way and warm up your insides with magnificent dining and wining including 5 star cellar doors and restaurants such as Montalto, T'Gallant, Paringa Estate, Port Phillip, Ten minute by Tractor and many more.Finally drive to the Penisula Hot Springs to really warm up. Pamper yourself with a treatment or just spend the day going in and out of the many natural hot spring pools and saunas while viewing the most spectacular scenery. You'll come back feeling relaxed and rejuvenated
Here is a summary of Mornington Information from the STAYZ website:-
Mornington is a suburb of Melbourne, 53 km South East of the CBD, and is known for its shopping village, foreshore, and local beach with a playground, yacht club, and restaurant.
Mornington is one of the coastal Victorian towns where Melbourne’s wealthy come to play. The village tastefully fuses the finer things in life with its natural surrounds, creating a relaxed environment away from the hustle and bustle of the city, only a short one-hour drive from Melbourne. The heart of the Mornington Peninsula, this seaside village boasts a wide array of farm-to-table restaurants where local dishes are coupled with the region’s fine wines, offers weary travellers plenty of spa treatments to help them rejuvenate and features some of the most scenic golf courses in Australia.
Eating and Drinking in Mornington
The region surrounding Mornington is extremely fertile, allowing for produce to thrive and grapes to ripen. In town, visitors can sample fresh, organic dishes at one of the many restaurants, such as the Grand Hotel Bistro, a Mornington icon within a heritage-listed building. On the second Saturday of every month, Mornington Park hosts a farmers’ market, where you can buy baked goods as well as farm fresh produce.
In the Mornington area, there are over 50 vineyards, ten of which are only a short drive from town. The region’s specialties include Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Some of the wineries are family-owned, and some offer tours for the public. Closest to Mornington, Hickinbotham of Dromana features a cellar door, restaurant and weekend entertainment whereas Dromana Estate serves a gourmet menu which changes every month.
Relaxing in Mornington
For many, the Mornington Peninsula is synonymous with spa culture. Walk along Mornington’s main street and it won’t take long to run into clusters of spas. Treatment options abound, whether you’re simply looking for a small pick-me-up or want to spend the whole day being pampered. If you’re up for a bit of a drive, you can head to the Peninsula Hot Springs, well known throughout the country. As the only geothermal hot springs in Victoria with over 20 pools, you can easily spend the day relaxing away. The Springs are split into two sections: the Bath House for families and groups and the Spa Dreaming Centre for total peace and quiet. In addition to spa sessions, you can opt for any number of health and beauty treatments at the hot springs.
Scenic Golf Sessions
Mornington is a golfer’s paradise. Three courses are situated in or close to town, each offering the opportunity to play some serious or not so serious golf, while taking in the area’s natural beauty. There’s the Mornington Golf Club, which boasts an 18-hole course atop the cliffs, affording views of the ocean and distant Melbourne skyline. Mount Martha Golf Course, in the next town over, suits players of all skill levels and also features bay vistas. If you prefer to leave the coastline behind, you can spend the day at Devilbend Golf Club, which is located in a nature reserve.
Another characteristic of Mornington is the area’s keen interest in everything to do with horses, from riding them to betting on them. Travellers may wish to go for a beachfront ride or even spend the day trotting through the region’s wineries. Full or half-day tours with qualified instructors offer both possibilities. Now, if you get your thrills at the races, look up the Mornington Race Club, considered Australia’s best countryside club. Buy tickets to one of the races held over the summer months or book your getaway to coincide with the Mornington Cup in February or Peninsula Cup in October.
Getting to Mornington
The most straightforward way to get to Mornington from Melbourne is by car. As you drive down the Peninsula, don’t forget to look out the window and enjoy those coastal views. Public transport will also get you to Mornington but a number of bus transfers at least doubles the length of your trip.