The SpaceSet on 18 hectares surrounded by gardens, each villa is positioned to ensure privacy. The open plan bedroom/lounge, kitchen with a wall of full length windows fronting the ocean, ensures you can take in the amazing views from the bed, kitchen, lounge or even the spa and shower.
The kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, cooktop, oven, full size fridge, cooking equipment.
Attention to detail is a priority at our villas with those little extra touches that make our villas special - handmade soap, fluffy robes, bubble bath, hairdryer, fresh milk ready for your arrival, books, games, DVD's, CD's, iPod dock and beach towels. Continental breakfast supples are supplied in your villa and include fresh milk, and a selection of cereals, breads, spreads, specialty teas and coffees. There's even real leaf tea and a tea pot.
The double balcony with your own BBQ and outdoor furniture means you can make the most of the outside space whether cooking a meal or just enjoying some fresh seafood from the local harbour fish shop.
Each villa has its own private balcony and car space. guests may enjoy the gardens and acreage but are asked to respect the privacy of guests in other villas.
Each incoming guest is met on arrival at the villa to ensure they know how to work appliances. Alan and Glenda are both locals, and very knowledgeable about distances, the best places and times to visit, can recommend restaurants, masseurs and other useful advice to make the most of a stay in Apollo Bay. After check- in, guests are left undisturbed, but their hosts are only a phone call away and are on call 8am-9pm and 24 hrs in an emergency. Guest AccessGuests have their own private balcony with a BBQ and outdoor furniture. Each villa has its own car space. Guests are welcome to walk around the property being mindful of the privacy of other guests. Interaction with GuestsAlan and I greet each guest upon arrival at Point of View to ensure they are comfortable, know how to work appliances and answer any questions they may have about where to eat, what to see, travel times etc. We then leave guests to their privacy but can be contacted between 8am and 9pm or 24 hours in an emergency. The NeighborhoodPoint of View Villas are ideally suited to a few days exploring the Great Ocean Road. Apollo Bay has some of the best beaches along the coast. You can learn to surf, take a fishing trip, kayak out to the seal colony or just stroll along the harbour. In winter whales can be seen frolicking in the bay.
The town also features some great restaurants, with views of the beach so you enjoy a coffee or a seafood meal at your leisure. World renowned, Chris's Beacon Point Restaurant is first class for food and views. Don't miss Dooley's award winning ice cream in town for a treat.
We also recommend a visit to the Apollo Bay Day Spa for some relaxing massage therapy.
In the hinterland there are abundant waterfalls and walks. The Otway Fly Treetop Walk and Triplet Falls are 2 of our favourites. We can also recommend where to see koalas in the wild. A visit to the historic Cape Otway Lighthouse and a swim or beachcombing at secluded Blanket Bay are also high on our list of recommendations.
50 mins along the scenic Great Ocean Road are the 12 Apostles which make for a great day exploring the many coves and stunning Bass Strait scenery. A helicopter flight along the coast is an extravagance, but worth it. Getting AroundPoint of View Villas are 1.5 km from the Great Ocean Road. The best travel option to Apollo Bay is by car to enable you to make the most of the surrounding areas. Alternatively the bus arrives and departs along the coast twice a day for Melbourne. There is also a local taxi service. Other Things to NotePoint of View is the ideal location for a honeymoon, romantic getaway or just a few days exploring the Great Ocean Road. Each day is a new experience at Point of View with stunning rainbows, threatening storm fronts, soaring eagles, king parrots, kookaburras and wrens galore, the occasional wallaby, the sparkling blue ocean, glistening moon rise over the water or the twinkling lights of Apollo Bay. Magical!