Drysdale House Bed and Breakfast has grown from the original Victorian home built in 1891 to a warm and inviting Bed and Breakfast still incorporating many of its original features and charm.
Originally part of the Australian House museum, this beautiful Victorian residence is now the much-loved home of the Naylor Family.
They offer a personalised individual service with experienced and friendly hosts. Private, luxury ensuite retreats with elegance and charm of a bygone era. Spacious guest areas including separate lounge and dining rooms. Comfortable for singles or couples with only two guest suites for a personalised stay.
Beautiful outside gardens and sitting areas with direct access to Drysdale Rail Trail, Lake Lorne and McLeod's Water Holes. Close to all amenities and gateway to the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula.
They provide free wireless internet and free bike hire for guests. For any further information please contact Drysdale House Bed and Breakfast.
Each bedroom is cosy and has its own special appeal, with many features including original baltic pine boards, high ceilings combined with the warmth of an early Victorian Era. The queen sized bed has an electric blanket. The ensuite bathroom has a bath and separate shower recess with toiletries and towels and a hairdryer supplied. The bedroom features a television and free wifi.
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