Seabreeze House is only 100 metres to Hopkins River for fishing and boating. Take a leisurely stroll 700 metres to Logans Beach, great for the family and pets to exercise. Then walk to the Historic Proudfoots Restaurant on the River for breakfast or cuppa before you have a Cruise on the Riverboat.
Remember to bring the camera in July to Oct when the whales can be viewed from a specially built viewing platform 1200 metres from Seabreeze House.
Across the road, there a cafe, brimming with delicious homemade cakes and biscuits and all your daily essentials like the morning paper and milk?
Seabreeze House is only 1km from the whale viewing platform so come and stay see our most valued treasure.
Seabreeze House offers privacy, quality and affordable accommodation. It caters for people of all ages with plenty of room to move for families and easy access and no stairs.
All linen provided EXCEPT for towels.
Seabreeze welcomes well behaved four legged friends and provides doggy essentials like bowls, beach towels and treats. Pets Welcome inside but must be well behaved. Owners to bring dog bedding. We ask that pets be under owners control at all times. No puppies please. Dogs must be house trained.
Pets not permitted on beds or furniture. Guests are responsible for any damage incurred on property.
Your dogs will love being close to Warrnambools only dog friendly beach for exercise and lovely walks, it is only 700 meters from Seabreeze.
There is plenty of off-street parking for cars,boats or trailers.
Complete with LCD TV and DVD there is a selection of movies to enjoy while you relax by a cosy gas heater.
After a day of sightseeing, enjoy a barbeque in your private and secure backyard.
Currant rates do not include school/public holidays, Easter and Christmas/January
Warrnambool is located only one hours drive from the 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road.
It has beautiful beaches, historic Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village and the Southern Right Whales which visit in June to Oct.
A few minutes on from Warrnambool is Tower Hill a wildlife haven and dormant volcano where koalas, emus and kangaroos roam freely. Popular for picnics and nature walks.
Warrnambool is renowned for its restaurants and bistros which offers a wide array of Australian and multicultural dining opportunities.