North Haven Bed and Breakfast accommodation is located in village of Williamstown, close to the City of Melbourne, in Victoria Australia
North Haven is a 4 star modern B&B with sea and park views. You can choose between a Queen room with ensuite including a spacious heated spa or a King Double room with private bathroom including bath. Twin or single rooms are available. There is an outdoor heated spa, a patio to enjoy the garden and breakfast, a balcony to watch the sunsets over the bay, and a private lounge with TV, VCR, DVD and Stereo CD.
Tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Enjoy the delights of a fully cooked a la carte or continental breakfast. We have a liquor licence and serve wine, beer, spirits and soft drink
There is a cycling, walking, jogging track at front door. Children and pets are welcome.
Williamstown is close to the local fishing port, naval shipyards, yachting, motorboat cruising and other water activities. Take a ferry ride to South Bank , St Kilda or Port Melbourne or enjoy the local outdoor craft market. Scienceworks Museum and Werribee Mansion/Zoo are close by. Dine out in a variety of restaurants that abound in Williamstown. A wonderful spot to be entertained or pampered.
North Haven Apartments
North Haven has an apartment in Canterbury.
The Canterbury Apartment is a two bedroom fully serviced self contained apartment. One bedroom has a Queen double bed, the other bedroom has a choice of a King Double bed or a King twin. The bathroom has bath and shower. Separate toilet, full laundry with washing machine, dryer, ironing facilities. The Kitchen family room has microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator. The lounge and separate diningroom has LCD TV, DVD. Fully heated and airconditioned. Lockup electronic garage and courtyard to enjoy the outdoor.
The Canterbury Apartment is close to tram, trains and buses and is a short walk to the famous Maling Road Precinct. The weekly rate for the Canterbury Apartment is from $1200 or from $200 per night.
Scienceworks, Werribee Zoo, Maritime and Railway Museum