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Rosebud Motel  

Located Opposite the Bay in Rosebud 

Deal Includes 

 

  • 2 Nights Accommodation for Two People in a Standard Queen Room
  • Full Breakfast  for Two each morning
  • Entry into the Peninsula Hot Spring for 2 ( One Day)
  • Wi - Fi
  • Late Checkout

Factory Bonus - Stay in the Month of May,June,July or August 2014 and recieve a 3rd Night for only $75 ( Room Only) 

General

  • Reservations can be made once Certificate Received.
  • Valid for use from now – till the 20/12/14
  • Not Valid Long Weekends & Public Holidays,
  • Not Valid Special Events
  • Not Valid School Holidays
  • To Book please email  rosebudmotel@bigpond.com  or Call 03 59852041 
  • Quote Contact Details,Deal ID, Voucher ID & Requested Dates when booking.
  • Bookings subject to availability so book early to secure your preferred dates.
  • We suggest if specific Dates are required contact Hotel Prior to purchase.
  • Cancellations or amendments to bookings, once confirmed, will not be allowed.
  • All Accommodation must be taken consecutively
  • Voucher is not valid for Loyalty points.
  • Voucher is non refundable.
  • Voucher can't be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • Voucher can't be redeemed for cash or credit.
  • Valid Credit Card & Printed certificate will be required at check in.

Extras

  • Extra Nights Taken consecutively $100 per night  (Room Only).
  • Extra Persons $20 per person per night ( Room Only)
  • Upgrade to a Twin Room $20 Per Night
  • Stay in the Month of May,June,July or August 2014 and recieve a 3rd Night for only $75 ( Room Only) 

 

The Rosebud Motel is  ideally located for you to enjoy the activites that Rosebud and surrounding Mornington Peninsula Region has to offer!

The Rosebud Motel is surrounded by all the action located directly opposite the beautiful Port Philip Bay, whether it is fishing, jet skiing (launching ramp directly opposite) or Peninsula Hot Springs (8 minute drive) or the Night Life. Sample some of the Fine Dining the Peninsula has to offer. Or maybe a leisurely stroll along the foreshore and taking in all the magnificent views and sunsets across Port Philip Bay. Read about our Local Attractions.

Or you may just choose to stay and relax around our Solar Heated Salt Water Pool and make use of our well appointed BBQ area adjoining the 24 Seat Dining Room which is equipped with plasma TV and billiard table.

Your host Tony & Staff look forward to welcoming you.....

 

The Mornington Peninsula is only an hour's drive from Melbourne, but it seems a world away. In fact, the Peninsula now has an air that's reminiscent of the Mediterranean, with its vineyards and olive groves  While it's boot-shaped like Italy  the Mornington Peninsula is far easier to explore at a leisurely pace. You can travel the length of our coastlines, stopping at our seaside villages, or just meander back and forth from one coast to the other on country roads with glorious views.

Take a ferry to French Island from Western Port Bay, you can take an easy passenger ferry ride to French Island or Phillip Island, while from Sorrento there's a vehicular ferry to Queenscliff.

Many people start at our wineries, where more than 50 cellar doors quickly reveal why the Mornington Peninsula has such an enviable reputation for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay (now closely followed by other varietals including Shiraz, Pinot Gris, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot).

Fine wine is always a magnet for fine food, and here you can buy just-picked and locally made produce, or let our restaurants and cafes tempt you with dishes that are the perfect complement to our regional wines.

After a lazy lunch, our beautiful outdoors will beckon. A round of golf? Our 18 courses have some of the world's best natural golfing terrain - but the green fees are decidedly Australian.

Or perhaps a walk? Choose a windswept cliff-top, a quiet beach or a bush-clad path or head for historic Point Nepean where you'll find all three. The most famous feature of our 25,000 hectares of national parks, Point Nepean was closed to the public for more than 100 years. It's now open for everyone's enjoyment, and you can follow the cycle- and-pedestrian road to the extensive wartime military installations right at the tip of Point Nepean.

By this time, the seaside may well be beckoning you – and the Mornington Peninsula has plenty of options. Surfing, scuba diving,sailing, diving with dolphins or swimming with seals, fishing in Port Phillip Bay or the thrill of horse-riding along the sands of wind-swept Gunnamatta Beach.

But when it's time take the tensions out of life, just let yourself relax in expert hands at one of our day spas. Mud wraps, massages, facials, hand and feet treats are all on the indulgence menu, along with outdoor Japanese-style hot baths, an Aboriginal relaxation massage and Arabic steam room.

Now, what's still on your holiday list? Our gracious gardens, art galleries, heritage mansions, fine local art and craft galleries, antique stores and lively local markets. You'd better stay another night or two

 

 The Mornington Peninsula is only an hour's drive from Melbourne, but it seems a world away. In fact, the Peninsula now has an air that's reminiscent of the Mediterranean, with its vineyards and olive groves  While it's boot-shaped like Italy  the Mornington Peninsula is far easier to explore at a leisurely pace. You can travel the length of our coastlines, stopping at our seaside villages, or just meander back and forth from one coast to the other on country roads with glorious views.

Take a ferry to French Island from Western Port Bay, you can take an easy passenger ferry ride to French Island or Phillip Island, while from Sorrento there's a vehicular ferry to Queenscliff.

Many people start at our wineries, where more than 50 cellar doors quickly reveal why the Mornington Peninsula has such an enviable reputation for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay (now closely followed by other varietals including Shiraz, Pinot Gris, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot).

Fine wine is always a magnet for fine food, and here you can buy just-picked and locally made produce, or let our restaurants and cafes tempt you with dishes that are the perfect complement to our regional wines.

After a lazy lunch, our beautiful outdoors will beckon. A round of golf? Our 18 courses have some of the world's best natural golfing terrain - but the green fees are decidedly Australian.

Or perhaps a walk? Choose a windswept cliff-top, a quiet beach or a bush-clad path or head for historic Point Nepean where you'll find all three. The most famous feature of our 25,000 hectares of national parks, Point Nepean was closed to the public for more than 100 years. It's now open for everyone's enjoyment, and you can follow the cycle- and-pedestrian road to the extensive wartime military installations right at the tip of Point Nepean.

By this time, the seaside may well be beckoning you – and the Mornington Peninsula has plenty of options. Surfing, scuba diving,sailing, diving with dolphins or swimming with seals, fishing in Port Phillip Bay or the thrill of horse-riding along the sands of wind-swept Gunnamatta Beach.

But when it's time take the tensions out of life, just let yourself relax in expert hands at one of our day spas. Mud wraps, massages, facials, hand and feet treats are all on the indulgence menu, along with outdoor Japanese-style hot baths, an Aboriginal relaxation massage and Arabic steam room.

Now, what's still on your holiday list? Our gracious gardens, art galleries, heritage mansions, fine local art and craft galleries, antique stores and lively local markets. You'd better stay another night or two

 

 The Mornington Peninsula is only an hour's drive from Melbourne, but it seems a world away. In fact, the Peninsula now has an air that's reminiscent of the Mediterranean, with its vineyards and olive groves  While it's boot-shaped like Italy  the Mornington Peninsula is far easier to explore at a leisurely pace. You can travel the length of our coastlines, stopping at our seaside villages, or just meander back and forth from one coast to the other on country roads with glorious views.

Take a ferry to French Island from Western Port Bay, you can take an easy passenger ferry ride to French Island or Phillip Island, while from Sorrento there's a vehicular ferry to Queenscliff.

Many people start at our wineries, where more than 50 cellar doors quickly reveal why the Mornington Peninsula has such an enviable reputation for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay (now closely followed by other varietals including Shiraz, Pinot Gris, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot).

Fine wine is always a magnet for fine food, and here you can buy just-picked and locally made produce, or let our restaurants and cafes tempt you with dishes that are the perfect complement to our regional wines.

After a lazy lunch, our beautiful outdoors will beckon. A round of golf? Our 18 courses have some of the world's best natural golfing terrain - but the green fees are decidedly Australian.

Or perhaps a walk? Choose a windswept cliff-top, a quiet beach or a bush-clad path or head for historic Point Nepean where you'll find all three. The most famous feature of our 25,000 hectares of national parks, Point Nepean was closed to the public for more than 100 years. It's now open for everyone's enjoyment, and you can follow the cycle- and-pedestrian road to the extensive wartime military installations right at the tip of Point Nepean.

By this time, the seaside may well be beckoning you – and the Mornington Peninsula has plenty of options. Surfing, scuba diving,sailing, diving with dolphins or swimming with seals, fishing in Port Phillip Bay or the thrill of horse-riding along the sands of wind-swept Gunnamatta Beach.

But when it's time take the tensions out of life, just let yourself relax in expert hands at one of our day spas. Mud wraps, massages, facials, hand and feet treats are all on the indulgence menu, along with outdoor Japanese-style hot baths, an Aboriginal relaxation massage and Arabic steam room.

Now, what's still on your holiday list? Our gracious gardens, art galleries, heritage mansions, fine local art and craft galleries, antique stores and lively local markets. You'd better stay another night or two