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A Viewpoint Apartment, Bendigo

This unique and luxurious 1894 Victorian apartment is quite a treat. Enjoy the complementary chocolates, coffee and tea, curl up on the couch in front of the fire or sink into the deep claw foot bath for a soak, just relax.

We are adjacent to the Canterbury Gardens and Lake Neangar, walking distance to the Star Cinema where you may lay back in one of their comfy lounges and sip on fine local wines while enjoying a movie, or experience a meal at one of the local restaurants, cafes or the Tabaret, or you may choose something more physical, a stroll through Canterbury gardens to the Swimming pool and Leisure centre, a game of tennis or a walk around Lake Neangar.

Attractions within walking distance: Canterbury Gardens, Lake Neangar, Star Cinema, Indoor Swimming pool and Leisure Centre, Eaglehawk shopping precinct, The Borough Club and Tabaret. Attractions within 2 kilometres: Bendigo Show Grounds, Eaglehawk golf Club, Neangar Park golf Club.

Attractions within 6 kilometres: Bendigo Regional Arts Centre, Golden Dragon Museum, Central Deborah Mine and Talking Tram Tour, Bull Street food precinct, Schweppes Centre. Wineries within 10 kilometres: Balgowie Vineyard, Sandhurst Ridge, Connor Park. Features: * Fully self contained apartment. * Two spacious bedrooms, linen included * Fully equipped kitchen with dining area. * Lounge with television and open fire * Fully equipped laundry, washing machine and dryer. * Bathroom with claw foot bath. * Air conditioning. * Undercover parking. * Can sleep up to six.

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One double bed and one single bed with large separate bathroom and basic cooking facilities.

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Fully self-contained apartment, 1st bedroom has double bed, 2nd has double bed and a single.

one bedroom

Fully self-contained apartment with separate bedroom with double bed and open fire.


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