Phillip Island Glamping
There are a number of traditional caravan parks and camping sites on the island, but if you want to take it up a notch, book a few nights with Phillip Island Glamping. The glamping team will set up your spacious bell tent at one of the caravan parks or camping spots and deck it out with plush queen size air beds, blankets, linen, heaters and kitchen appliances. All you need to bring is your beach towel and you’re set for the entire weekend.
Prices start from $150 per night (2 people)
Optional locations around the island
Set high on the hills above San Remo, Silverwater Resort is the ideal place to spend a day or two, whilst enjoying the range of onsite activities. Heated lap pool, outdoor pool, tennis courts, spa and steam room are all available to enjoy, and there’s also a divine restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating with views out onto Phillip Island below. After arriving, you won’t even need to leave.
Nightly rates range from $200-400 per night
17 Potters Hill Road, San Remo
Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island
Spread out across 65 acres surrounded by native gardens and natural bushland, the Ramada Resort is only 2 kilometres from Cowes – where you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants – and just 5 kilometres from the famous Grand Prix circuit. The resort also specialises in romantic bed and breakfast stays, so keep it in mind for your next couples’ getaway
Nightly rates range from $130-$300 per night
2128 Phillip Island Road, Cowes
Glen Isla House
Phillip Island has a rich history, so it seems only fitting to book a few nights at the historic Glen Isla House. The charming homestead features three different rooms types, all with modern conveniences to make your stay a pleasurable one. We recommend the heritage suite which is a part of the original homestead, and includes a mahogany four-poster bed, a gas log fireplace and a large corner spa bath. If you like a swim, the beach is just a short stroll from the back gate.
Nightly rates range from $250-$450 per night
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