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a la plage, Sorrento

Come relax and enjoy a little French ambience at a la plage – a new purpose built 4.1/2 star B&B with three queensize ensuite bedrooms ( one twin ). Pleasant tree top views from the bedrooms two of which have balconies.A cooked breakfast is served in the elegant guest lounge by the gas log fire in winter or on the sunny deck in summer.

Tea and coffee making facilities and fridge available to guests. a la plage is a short stroll to the Sorrento village featuring cafes, restaurants, cinema, clothing, jewellery, books, garden design, furniture and homewares. Bay and Ocean beaches within easy walking distance. Car and passenger ferry to Queenscliff nearby. Within a short drive to the numerous peninsula golf courses and excellent wineries. a la plage is a non smoking establishment with no facilities for children.

Accommodation Options

queen size

balconies with tree top viewsensuite

king / twin



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