Bendigo B&b Accommodation – We spent the weekend in Bendigo at the beautiful Bendigo Cottages! A collection of 3 traditional mining houses set in a beautiful garden just 5 minutes from the city center. A fully cooked breakfast is delivered to your room. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Highly recommended!
Cool and comfortable on a very hot day, Tony & Sue gave a wonderful welcome and the air conditioning was turned down before it was really appreciated. The apartment is very spacious and has everything you need. Free WIFI was a welcome bonus. The best breakfast! Many representatives of Sue & Tony. I’m not back!
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We stayed at Villa Rose, which had the most beautiful bed and spa for two. There are 3 cottages individually situated in a lovely garden. Great location, about 10 minutes walk to town. You can prepare your own meals in the kitchen if you wish, or enjoy a meal at one of Bendigo’s many restaurants. We have free wireless internet access. This was a relaxing and comfortable stay and we highly recommend Rose Cottage.
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We visited Bendigo specifically to see the latest exhibition at the Bendigo Gallery. Our short stay was extended with this wonderful B&B accommodation at Anderson Street B&B, not far from the center of Bendigo. Highly recommended.
We love Hyacinth Cotta. The focus was a comfortable one bedroom apartment with lots of privacy. That’s what we wanted for our anniversary. He will wait again, and then the time will be longer. It was a children’s game, and basketball itself.
One night he liked the rooms. Perfect size room, very clean, comfortable beds, amazing location with friendly and helpful owners. And the breakfast in the morning was lovely. I would definitely stay here again.
Enjoy our stay at Robins Nest. Beautiful villa surrounded by gardens. Peacefully and calmly. Well chosen by our hosts, good breakfast included in the price, comfortable apartment with a comfortable bed. Definitely recommended. When it comes to the best place in Victoria to go on holiday or a holiday, Bendigo has it all. Just 2 hours drive from Melbourne, Bendigo is a charming regional town with festivals, arts and culture, beautiful heritage buildings and beautiful gardens. Recognized by UNICEF Australia and UNESCO as a child-friendly city, there are many attractions, tours, festivals and holiday games to interest children of all ages.
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Bendigo rivals any capital city in Australia for its strong food and wine offerings. This was recognized when “Bendigo officially declares the City of Gastronomy as the United Nations”*.
In terms of accommodation, accommodation options in Bendigo include hotels, motels, self-catering accommodation, bed and breakfasts and holiday parks.
Broad Bendigo has accommodation for all types of accommodation – from solo travelers and couples, to families and travel enthusiasts.
Hotels and motels in Bendigo range from 3.5 to 4.5 and offer affordable, first-class accommodation. Visitors to Bendigo who enjoy a homestay have a variety of options to choose from. From heritage style buildings to more modern homes with lock-up garages and free Wi-Fi.
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Accommodation may also include bed and breakfast. Decorated with beautiful gardens and elegant rooms, Bendigo Bed and Breakfast offers great value.
When it comes to family accommodation in Bendigo, our holiday parks include three Big 4 parks, A-Line holiday park, Avondel caravan park and Gold Nugget holiday park. From self-catering accommodation and self-catering accommodation to 2 or 3 bedroom apartments, your family holiday in Bendigo will create memories that will last a lifetime. Take a look at our unique accommodation and book your accommodation in Bendigo today.
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The City of Greater Bendigo recognizes Dja Dja Wurrung and the Taungurung people as the traditional custodians of Bendigo’s lands.