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Faulty Towers
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Reviewed April 9, 2012

We booked over the phone last minute (4 night minimum over Easter) and found Pam to be very accommodating - she set up a spare double bed to allow two couples to share the top floor room very comfortably. Much more than a bed and breakfast - we had a kitchen/ dining room (with large fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and oven), living room (which we turned into a second bedroom), master bedroom, bathroom with spa bath and a large deck with BBQ. Great attention to detail - there were DVDs by the TV, bath oils for the spa, bath robes in the wardrobe, hot cross buns in the bread tin (we went for Easter), and home made jams in the fridge. Cereal, juice, milk and a loaf of bread were also provided for us to make our own breakfasts each morning. The only downfall is - depending on which side of the house you sleep on the rooster may wake you early in the morning. We had a great stay and recommend the top floor spa room to others - it was great value for money!

Room Tip: Top floor king spa
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with friends
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3  Thank charleesharples
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Reviewed February 13, 2012

I stayed at Faulty Towers for 3 nights in January for some R & R, it was quiet, very spacious and enjoyed the lovey antique furniture and nick nacks. There were books and DVD's in the room to keep me entertained. Plenty of breakfast food, although due to my alergies I had my own. Would have liked to have some tea towels and washing liquid and facilities such as kettle, toaster, fridge etc to be in one location. However overall a lovely stay and enjoyed the peace and quiet, I slept till midday one day and didn't hear a thing, I didn't need room service as I wanted to be alone, however it was not offered. Thank you

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled solo
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Thank Mim M
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Reviewed January 17, 2012

Three friends stayed in the cabin for the 3 night minimum stay. The cabin has vintage decoration which includes an old tv with no remote, an old round top fridge that froze all our food even the milk, a 1950's uncomfortable vinyl lounge and chairs that were not allowed to be moved, and lots of orange plastic!
It offers an authentic rural setting which includes the rooster crowing from 3am onwards, the dogs barking during the night and possums on the roof. Staying in the B&B in the house maybe quite different but unfortunately the cabin at $200 per night with a 3 night minimum, is not a place we would choose to stay in again or recommend.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with friends
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5  Thank icehouse45
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Reviewed May 20, 2011

Although not in Queenscliff we found the location very accessible to all the Bellarine peninsula had to offer. The rooms were generally clean & comfortable although some renovation work in the bathroom was not cleaned up. There were no bath robes provided as was advertised and no face washers. Breakfast was adequate & there were only 4 tea bags provided for 2 days. It was a very cold weekend and heating was inadequate for such a large area. The host greeted us with a friendly welcome and apart from a few small complaints we had a very enjoyable and comfortable stay!

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank copperbuterfly
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