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Whatever your choice for a weekend or midweek getaway .The Portarlington cedar lodge really is the perfect location for relaxation or romance.
Linger a while in the privacy of your large suites put your feet up and relax.
Inviting relaxing indulgent &pure luxury are just some of the many comments
our guests have made about the luxury suites at the Portarlington cedar lodge.
Nothing has been spared superb decor, comfortable king size beds, double spa bath in the very large en-suite.
All just a nine iron away from the Portarlington golf course and just 3 min from the indented heads boat ramp.
The Portarlington cedar lodge is a private ,intimate and extremely exclusive retreat set on 9 acres.40 feet trees all around. Its just a great place to relax.
Situated between Drysdale and Indented Head, Portarlington sits on the very edge of the Bellarine Peninsula.
Sitting high on the hill overlooking the waterfront is the historic Grand Hotel
The Portarlington Mill is a National Trust property which is open to the public.
The town has a small shopping strip, which is adjacent, a large park and camping area. Portarlington has been attracting visitors and holidaymakers since the late 1900s. Local attractions in the area include the old flourmill, which is open for visitors during the summer months.
A market that is held on the last Sunday of every month during the warmer months is also very popular for both locals and visitors.
Portarlington - A brief history
The town of Portarlington was surveyed in 1850 and was originally named Drayton but was renamed in 1851 in honor of Lord Arlington.
The first European visitation of the Portarlington area dates to the 1800s with the most famous being Matthew who made camp at Indented Head, 6 km south-east of Portarlington.
The earliest European resident was the escaped convict William Buckley who was adopted by the local Aborigines who thought he was a reincarnation of a dead leader.
Early industries in Portarlington included a flour mill that was built in 1857 and a brick and tile works built in 1870, with fishing also being a important part of the area.
The first jetty to service the mill and fishing vessels was built in 1859. It was extended and later replaced in 1870 due to the increased workload of cargo that farmers choose to ship to Melbourne instead of using the poor conditions of the local roads.
in the late 1900s paddle steamers and other craft began bringing Melbournian holiday-makers to the region. Buildings like the Grand Hotel in Newcombe St and the rotunda opposite are a reminder of that time.
Did you know?
The restored rotunda which is located just down from the hotel was a popular meeting place during the steamship days of the late 19th century.
The BELLARINE DAY SPA & Portarlington Cedar Lodge
Indulgence experience: a beauty treatment that includes relaxation of your body and mind using skincare from the sea. Revitalize, alleviate your stress and indulge your senses and allow your mind and body to rest with our luxury in-house beauty treatments:
Each massage will be tailored to suit your needs.
Our therapists each
bring their own unique sense of touch and specialised skills to your
Deposit Types Accepted by this hotel and details of deposit
We accept Visa, Mastercard, and Cash.