Have you ever stayed at one of the amazing bed and breakfasts on the Great Ocean Road? If not, you’re missing out. These B&Bs are some of Australia’s finest and offer travellers an opportunity to live like a local while staying in one of the most beautiful areas in all of Australia. With so many choices, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. So we’ve done some research for you! Here are four great bnbs on the great ocean road:
Boasting 18 luxury holiday homes, ELUX accommodation has local representatives to give that personalised BnB experience. This experience includes a meet and greet upon arrival as well as 24-hour support.
ELUX properties are defined by their elegance, luxury and unique experiences. Their homes are across a large section of the Great Ocean Road region, from Bells Beach to Apollo Bay
Hosting 24 beautiful properties in Apollo Bay, Great Ocean Road Escapes are the bed and breakfast experts for this popular coastal town. Enjoy a produce pack upon arrival and ease into holiday mode (with your pet, if you so desire).
With a range of BnBs to choose from, it may be best to call Great Ocean Road Escapes directly and ask for their local advice!
Otways Retreats manage 12 boutique holiday homes around Apollo Bay, Marengo, Skenes Creek and surrounding suburbs. These BnBs include a personal concierge for your arrival and can provide advice on where to dine, what activities to do and where to go nearby.
Plan ahead and the hosts can even organise romance packages, platters, home-cooked meals and more.
Bed & Breakfasts on The Great Ocean Road
We hope that we’ve inspired you to check out these B&Bs on the Great Ocean Road, and if you have any questions or comments for us, please feel free to reach out! We love hearing from our readers and always want them to feel welcome.
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