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Address: 74 Tarraville Rd, Port Albert, Victoria 3971
Phone: 03 5183 2688 | Mobile: 0429 333 303
Email: email@example.comWeb: rodondo.com.au
Built close by Port Albert harbour in 1871, Rodondo offers guests a taste of the town's maritime history, along with every modern comfort and facility. Select from a traditional Bed and Breakfast, elevated suites with fabulous harbour views, or self contained cabins and cottages. The Bed and Breakfast rooms have gracious high ceilings, in-floor heating and ensuite bathrooms with twin showers over the huge soaker bath, providing that extra luxurious experience. The front veranda offers a sunny spot for relaxing, and just watching the world go by. Freshly squeezed juice, free-range eggs from their own hens and muffins straight from the oven are just some of the goodies on offer for breakfast. The Loft building houses two modern and light filled beach house style rooms upstairs, each of which offers separate entry and magnificent views of Port Albert harbour. The large balcony is perfect for that late afternoon pre-dinner drink and watching the boats going to and fro. On the ground floor of the Loft building is a spacious and sunny self contained cottage. It has a large kitchen and living room, and a bedroom with ensuite bathroom and private courtyard. At the rear of Rodondo, facing Bay Street, is Dalmarnock Cottage. It has two bedrooms, a large living and dining area and 180 degree views of the harbour.For the budget minded, see Uncle Buck's Cabin and Chris's Cabin located at the rear of Rodondo Bed and Breakfast. Uncle Buck's is a single room with a kitchen, a double bed, and ensuite bathroom. Alongside is Chris's Cabin, built by renowned Greenpeace activist Christopher Robinson, and sleeps up to three people. It has cooking facilities, a small bathroom and a pleasant outlook from the veranda. The barbecue and a fish cleaning sink are close by.
A 20 per cent deposit with booking. Please give 48 hours notice of cancellation. Twenty per cent cancellation fee is charged for bookings cancelled inside 48 hours.
Port Albert is six kilometres off the South Gippsland Highway, between Welshpool and Yarram. Rodondo is centrally located within Port Albert, on the main road, opposite the general store, and next to the Gippsland Maritime Museum.
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