You can take your pick: luxury, economy, or a combination of the two. You might feel spoiled simply because of the view you get each day from your Cowes accommodation. Being so close to the water in Cowes, no hotel or bed and breakfast will place you far from sandy beaches and marine wildlife. Native animals live or wander close, even if you do not see them.
One of your choices, The Waves, makes it easy to bring the kids along. Let your pair of progeny argue over who gets the top bunk while you prepare an easy supper in your kitchen facilities. You can even arrange ahead of time for a babysitter to watch the siblings while you watch the sunset and the parade of penguins, a regular natural phenomenon on the nearby sandy beach.
The name Comfort Resort Kaloha sets your expectations high with the name alone. That word, comfort, is realized in the solar heated spool, spa, individual temperature control and cable TV. Start with a continental breakfast, end your day with a meal at Shioni Restaurant or opt for room service and enjoy some privacy. Children might like the on-site playground or making sandcastles on the sandy beach close to your accommodation.
Check in at Genesta House Bed and Breakfast following an afternoon of motorcycle riding at the special track on Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. As your adrenaline settles back to normal, you might appreciate the saltwater spa or even a massage session by special arrangement. This one hundred year old Boutique facility offers only four rooms, giving guests the chance to remove themselves from the pace of city and tourist action including the high speed of a motorcycle ride.
Quest Oceanic really does help visitors to go on a quest, simply because they will be close enough to see out activity from their lodging. Consider trying water sports, golf, rambling through a bird or koala sanctuary. You will have the TV and DVD player, but chances are the screen will remain blank for the duration of your visit. The view from your balcony will likely win out for your attention.
Find a room for you out of the one hundred and ninety-eight waiting at All Seasons Phillips Island Eco Resort Hotel. Eco stands for economy, but the hotel provides a lot for your money. Enjoy a Jacuzzi bath in your en suite bathroom followed by lunch, dinner or cocktails on-site.
All Seasons offers economical rates, so save money for renting a kayak, water sports equipment or a bicycle. Tour land or water: the hotel locates visitors conveniently close to plenty of activities. Save even more by enjoying the Australian sunshine on a tennis court or in the outdoor heated pool right at the resort.
For boutique luxury in a historic house, book a room at Glen Isla House. This award winning accommodation surrounds itself with heritage gardens, attracting the occasional kookaburra. Sit quietly in the summer house and you might make the rare discovery of a wild koala, though you could have a long wait. No matter: hundred year old oaks and antique Norfolk pines can claim your attention among the numerous other natural features of the garden. Begin a day of exploration with a freshly cooked breakfast made to your specifications.