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Leura Hotel is located in Camperdown and has a restaurant and a bar. Port Campbell is 28 miles from the hotel, while Colac is 25 miles from the property. Absolutely fantastic pub and I am not over doing it when I say they cook the best steaks EVER. The staff are unbelievably kind and helpful. Helped me out while in the midst of moving here. The atmosphere is also matching with just a all round hood place to have a feed or a drink.
Set in lovely gardens, Manifold Motor Inn features free Wi-Fi and offers air-conditioned suites with a flat-screen digital smart TV. Free parking for cars, boats and trailers is available on site. Beautiful owners. Great communication & extra clean comfortable accommodation. Thank you see you again on my next work trip.
Located in Camperdown, The Camperdown Mill has accommodations with air conditioning and access to a garden with a grill. This is our second stay at the Camperdown Mill - the staff are wonderful, the environment eclectic and very interesting and each room is well set out with everything you need, including all the ingredients needed for breakfast. Well worth a visit.
Surrounded by lovely gardens, Heytesbury House offers rooms with free WiFi and free breakfast. You can meet other guests in the shared lounge, or enjoy a meal in the BBQ area. The host was very accommodating and nice room. I had an accident on my way to the accommodation, Andrew & Kathryn have shown great empathy and looked after me well for the stay. Massive bathroom for my suite. The breakfast was amazing! One of the best brekkies that I ever had.
Located in Cobden, Cobden Crest Cottages has air-conditioned accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. This is our second time to have stayed in this cozy functional cottage. The views are as usual spectacular ! The bathroom has been renovated and new kitchen equipments that made us extra welcome and comfortable. We had a really relaxing and had a enjoyable time plus refreshed. Our 1 of favorite things is chatting with our lovely host Robin who is a generous and warm person ! We’ll back again. Thanks Robin xxx
clean, well planned town. Lots of cafes and hotels, all with good food at reasonable prices. Variety of other shops. Many sightseeing activities. I believe the botanic gardens should be closer to town and more importantly easier to access. Climbing to the top of Mt Leura is an experience not to be missed, spectacular views
In the past I have just driven through on my way to elsewhere but his time we stayed as we had friends who were 'refugees' from fire areas and we stayed for a couple of days. There are plenty of good day trips available to beach & lakes & craters, a very good 'foodie' trail and plenty of cafes and hotels for meals. In the right season there would also be very good fishing (as long as we recover from the drought).
Camperdown is a real rural gem in the heart of the Western District dairy farming area. The town is well laid out with wide tree lined streets and plenty of options for accommodation and meals. We ate at the Commercial Hotel's Manifold Bistro and would have no hesitation in recommending it for lunch or dinner. There are several great options for breakfast too.
There is an interesting historic walk through the central reserve in the town, giving details of the town's history. Had breakfast the local Bakery and have had lunch there previously. An excellent choice of food, well prepared and friendly staff.
I attended Burns/Scottish Festival weekend in Camperdown which I recommend to all lovers of the Bard! Camperdown is very central to many beautiful Western District towns such as Noorat, Terang, Derinallum, Mortlake. It has a dry-stone wall trail which is worth driving along to the various hand-made walls in the area. The local historical society is worth a visit and the information centre (Court House) has maps of walks in the area. You can walk up Mt Leura (an extinct maar volcano) for views of the volcanic plain. The adjacent Lake Bullen Merri, also a volcanic maar lake can be viewed from the beautiful Sadlers Rd between it and Lake Gnotuk. Lake Purrumbete is a fishing spot - recently trout were released in the lake. There is a lovely cafe overlooking the water and some accommodation there too. The area south of Camperdown has many farms with 'farm gates' - cheese and chocolate makers, for example - there is a gourmet trail you can follow. Port Campbell and the Twelve Apostles are a good day trip from Camperdown and the drive from there, East, takes you to the Great Ocean Road and across Cape Otway.
We love the town and consider it a go to place in the Western District Area. Def visit at least once a year. Love the vistas, fishing - a future activity once organised. Local people so friendly. Eateries great. Good grocery shop. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL trees lining the main streets - great forward thinking by Camperdown people way back. We stayed local and walked around the town. Buildings delightful - looked after obviously.
This is our second stay at the Camperdown Mill - the staff are wonderful, the environment eclectic and very interesting and each room is well set out with everything you need, including all the ingredients needed for breakfast. Well worth a visit.
The superior two bed cottage had a large space for the main bedroom living area and good size bathroom. The timber cabin is homely and in a great spot overlooking the lake whilst just out of Camperdown 5 min drive
Breakfast was cooked fresh and delicious. It was also extremely good value for money. Camperdown is a lovely country town as well.
The availability of barbeque area and spacious garden also we love the cleanliness of the hotel
Nice room. Clean & comfortable. Location of hotel was good.