Apollo Bay, VIC: 14 to 60 Nights in a Pet-Friendly Villa for Six with Wine and Late Check-Out at Paradise Court Villas
The Hotel: Paradise Court Villas
Set in a leafy area of Apollo Bay, just a few steps from a sandy beach, the Paradise Court Villas are a cosy home away from home that can host up to six guests. Recently refurbished with quality furniture throughout, the villas offer luxurious accommodation, making for a perfect relaxation hub for those who would like to self-isolate and enjoy the ultimate privacy with all that is needed at a hand-s reach.
The apartment spread over two elegant bedrooms and a kitchen complete with facilities such as an oven, cooktop, microwave, and coffee maker, as well as a central bathroom with a shower and a separate toilet. The dining and living area comes with a sofa, armchairs and large flat-screen TVs, bathed in natural light.
There is a shared central courtyard area that offers outdoor seating and BBQ facilities. There is also a private laundry with a washing machine and a dryer.
- TripAdvisor: 5 / 5
- Bed size/type: King bed, Queen bed, 2 Single beds
- Standard occupancy: 4 people
- Maximum occupancy: 6 people
- Linen & essentials, vacuum, BBQ, Smart TV, NBN Wifi, washing machine & dryer, hairdryer, kids toys, ceiling fans, board games, extra pillows & blankets, DVD's, iron/board. 7.1KWA split system air-conditioner for heating and cooling, books and off-street parking for 1 car (carport)
The Area: Apollo Bay
In south-western Victoria, the ocean meets parkland in the coastal town of Apollo Bay, a central starting point to see some of the great wonders of the state. Zoom down the Great Ocean Road, measuring 243km along the coastline with views of the ocean and cliff edges. Marvel over the Twelve Apostles, the grand limestone structures as a result of erosion beginning millions of years ago. Immerse yourself in nature with a venture through the Great Otway National Park, a forest playground of ferns, waterfalls and lakes.
Enjoy the lush surroundings on the Great Ocean Walk, opting for a short or overnight hike, or try horse and bike riding or settle down on a leafy bed for a picnic and camping adventure. Visitors can also take a trip into the town centre for a selection of shops and eateries, peek at underwater life at the Bass Strait Shell Museum or kick back and relax on one of the sandy beaches.