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Located on Phillip Island, in the village of Rhyll, Snapper House provides accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and access to a garden. This bnb is amazing! Lynda and Per always cheerful and helpful, and they spend quite a lot of effort to maintain this high quality and high standard bnb. Everything is delicate and beautiful. We went the places that they suggested. Our 5yr old boy loves the stay with Lynda and Per, and feels very comfortable staying in Snapper house! Their breakfast is something that you should not miss too. Thank you to Lynda and Per! :)
Sunderland Retreat Phillip Island is a pet-friendly, detached holiday home located in Sunderland Bay Philip Island, just 328 feet away from the ocean. The hot tub was great, as were all the DVDs to watch, and the close proximity to the beach and the amazing view of the sunset just at the end of the road - plus there was plenty of room in the house and on the deck for just relaxing.
Located in Phillip Island, 328 feet from the beach, Island Daze Surf Beach Phillip Island offers self-catering accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The air-conditioned unit is 28 mi from Rye. Everything was perfect. Could not have asked for a better location, hospitality and comfortability. Definitely would come back.
Located 1.1 mi from Red Rock Beach, Ripples n Tonic Farmstay provides accommodations with a shared lounge, a garden and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Very nice farm with so many things to do. Our kid likes the playground and feeding all the animals. The farm tour is a plus. Location is also quite convenient
Boasting garden views, Bellaghy Cottage features accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 1.9 mi from Smiths Beach. Beautiful little house. Comfortable beds and furniture. Very homey feel. Everything you need was there. Close to Cowes and everything on the island, yet in a nice quiet location with rural outlook. Already recommending it to friends.
A beautiful holiday destination to unwind and relax but also experience the thrill of the GP track and a helicopter ride if that’s more your scene. So many different places to eat and drink and just breathtaking views wherever you go
Phillip Island is great for families and travellers from interstate or overseas.There are some lovely beaches and, of course, the penguin parade which is very popular. There are cruises to see the seals or island features and a nice walk at the Nobbies.
Phillip Island is amazing but if your not interested in Motorbikes make sure they are not on when You go. So much to see and places to explore an amazing coastline. Spectacular scenery and got up close and personal with the local Wildlife
Great scenery and wildlife, everyone was friendly! Penguins were great and the Churchill Heritage Farm had great things going for city-kid eye opening! A Maze'n Things was a really good time too - I loved the magic display.
Beautiful beaches. Great boat trip out to see the seals. Wonderful dinner at Harry's on the Esplanade. Great glamping experience at Berrys Beach with host Randall. Tasty breakfast at the Xmas Cow. Incredible lunch at The Cape kitchen. Great break away.
We liked to visit the different little townships, especially Rhyll where we had a delightful dinner at the Foreshore Bar and Restaurant overlooking the water. There were great water views from different parts of the island. You are never far away from good amenities, art, shopping and food. It is easy to get around the Island but take great care on the road as some of the intersections are difficult to negotiate due to poor vision up and down the intersecting roads. There are activities for different groups of people, motor sport, fishing, boating, surfing or observing the natural beauty of the landscape as well as the flora and fauna of the Island.