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Ardara House, Geelong

Built in the Edwardian period (circa 1900) as a large family home, Ardara House offers the grace and homeliness of a bygone era. At Ardara House guests can enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of fine Irish hospitality.

A family-run business close to the heart of Geelong and on the beginning of the Great Ocean Road. Ardara House is an ideal place to commence an exploration of Geelong and its surf coast region. From Ardara House it is just a few minutes walk to Geelong’s central shopping plazas, National Wool Museum, waterfront tourist park, and the Ford Discovery Museum. The Geelong Railway Station, Performing Arts Centre, Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens and Deakin University Waterfront Campus are all within a short walking distance. Many of Geelong’s finest restaurants and entertainment facilities are only a stroll away.

Accommodation Options

Deluxe Room

Self-contained double, ensuited with kitchenette and open fireplace.

Standard Room

Double ensuited with open fireplace. One with fridge and coffee/tea making facilities.

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