The Hotel: Nelson Bay Breeze Holiday Apartments
Fun-seeking families or groups of four can swap mundane Mondays for days bursting with sun, surf, sand and sights by escaping to the picturesque seaside village of Nelson Bay. Set against gorgeous coastline and hinterland, city absconders shake off all stress and slip into relaxation mode upon entering the well-facilitated holiday apartment complex complete with all the mod cons for a comfy, entertaining stay.
Cook up a storm in the kitchenette or take in the fresh air and tranquil ambience on the private balcony, courtyard or patio, all the while enjoying the complimentary bottle of wine. Travellers experience coastal living making the most of the array of on-site and nearby facilities, which include an inviting pool complete with spa, BBQ area with undercover seating, and a tour booking office.
Two-Bedroom Townhouse Apartment
- Bed size/type: One queen bed and two single beds
- Standard occupancy: Four people
- Maximum occupancy: Six people
- The apartment boasts a fully-equipped kitchenette, air conditioning, lounge area with a Foxtel TV, and a balcony, patio or a courtyard
The Area: Nelson Bay
With dolphins and whales amongst the line-up of locals, the coastal town of Nelson Bay offers brushes with nature without living Tarzan lifestyles. Boasting beautiful beaches on one side and magnificent hinterland on the other, Nelson Bay is a land where Mother Nature is at her breathtaking best, offering golden shores, coastal walking trails and lofty, picturesque views in a relaxed setting.
Relish in the wealth of activities on offer onsite, head next door for a round of golf on the 27-hole course or take a wander along the beach, marina or laidback main street. Adventurous folk tick desert exploration off their bucket list at the famous Stockton Beach sand dunes, where they have the opportunity to enjoy sandboarding, quad biking, camel rides and more. All the while, take in the glimpses of historically notorious shipwrecks out at sea. Once-in-a-lifetime experiences are delivered in the form of dolphin and whale watching cruises, where humpbacks are commonly sighted between May and November.
Those with nothing more than romance on the cards keep themselves happily occupied over the course of their stay with a trip to Gan Gan Lookout at sunset or a romantic dinner cruise. Travellers keen to take advantage of the nearby vineyards spend days hopping between cellar doors, stopping along the way to try the fresh, local produce at the restaurants and cafés scattered about.