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Honeyeater Lodge, Hawthorn

Honeyeater Lodge provides traditional bed and breakfast accommodation with elegant 1920s’ style, luxury and charm less than 6 kilometres from Melbourne‘s central business district. Polished Baltic pine floors, leadlight windows and high ceilings radiate a warm and welcoming ambience. There are three romantic bedrooms with ensuites (double spa in bridal suite).

Tempting breakfasts are served either in the dining room with its open fire, or on the patio overlooking the heated, saltwater pool set amongst palms and tree ferns. Honeyeater Lodge’s excellent location provides a gateway to all Melbourne’s attractions and sporting events. Excellent public transport nearby ensures ease of access to city, surrounding countryside, wineries and beaches. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3

Accommodation Options

Honeymoon/Spa Suite

Luxurious, queen-size room with brass, four-poster bed. Double spa bath in ensuite.

Silver Princess room

De luxe, queen size room with half canopy bed and large ensuite shower.

Frangipani room

De Luxe, king-size or twin-bedded room overlooking lagoon-style pool.

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