Nelse Alpine Lodge is one of the most beautiful Australian alpine lodges located in the heart of the Falls Creek Village.
Nestled in the surrounding snow gums, framed by two landmark pines, Nelse Alpine Lodge is an iconic alpine accommodation, restaurant and bar graced by one of the most recognised facades in Falls Creek.
Nelse Alpine Lodge truly holds the perfect ski in, ski out location and is central to all the many amenities Falls Creek has on offer. From the Lodge you can ski from the front door to the major ski-lifts and home again. Just 200 metres from the Falls Express Chairlift, and access to Ski School. Nelse offers an indoor heated pool, spa and sauna.
There is a range of double/twin rooms and family rooms all with own ensuite, television and some rooms feature a balcony. All day coffee and tea facilities the communal area. A fully cooked breakfast, all linen and towels are included in the price. The living room has a high trussed ceiling, huge open fire, cosy sofas, and a relaxing fully stocked licensed bar. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Includes cooked breakfast, linen and towels.
Price includes fully cooked breakfast, all linen and towels and use of the Lodge indoor heated swimming pool, spa and sauna.
At Nelse, there are a range of Lodge Style rooms; double, twin or family rooms, and each room includes private ensuite bathroom facilities with all linen provided. If you require accommodation for a family of five (i.e. two adults and three children) please make contact so Nelse Alpine Lodge can allocate two very comfortable rooms. While the max occupied room is four beds, rooms can be set up directly across from or next to each other.
Nelse also offers a top floor penthouse apartment with three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is designed to be self-catered, however guests can certainly enjoy all of the facilities within the lodge including the swimming pool, spa and sauna. The apartment is ideal for two families or group of friends catering up to eight people.
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