Go to sleep listening to the ocean, wake to lush gardens and ocean views.
Stroll along the beach, walk through the Great Otway National Park to beautiful waterfalls, or dine at Lorne's famous cafes and restaurants.
Beach Views Lorne is a perfect location to stay if you want a relaxing weekend away or are participating in one of the many sporting events based along the Great Ocean Road.
Beach Views Lorne provides a generous double bedroom, sitting room and kitchenette with fridge and microwave oven and private bathroom.
Reverse cycle air-conditioning ensures you will be comfortable all year round.
We are a 2 minute walk to the water's edge where you can swim, explore rock pools or take a short stroll into town.
Beach Views Lorne is a great spot from which to experience the thriving Lorne foreshore and lively shopping strip.
Spend the morning enjoying a leisurely coffee at the landmark Arab Restaurant and Espresso Bar.
Have a swim in front of the Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club, then walk to the famous Lorne Hotel for a drink and to admire the view.
Take a stroll on the Lorne pier, walk over and admire the history of the Lorne Grand Hotel.
Throw out a line from the pier or at many of the other great rock fishing locations along the Great Ocean Road.
Dine at the foreshore Beach Pavilion café/restaurant with its spectacular views of Loutitt Bay or chose from one of the many other established Lorne restaurants.
Lorne is an all year round holiday destination with opportunity for numerous activities, bring your road and / or mountain bike, your bathers, surf board, your running and walking shoes.
Lorne and Surrounds
Lorne is a very popular beach tourist resort town, located on one of Australia's most scenic coastal routes, the Great Ocean Road, between Aireys Inlet and Wye River.
Cafes and boutiques line the main foreshore, creating a Mediterranean feel to the area. Lorne's wide foreshore area extends from the shops on down to the patrolled sandy beach areas. Further south at Point Grey is the jetty where the annual Lorne Pier to Pub open water swim is held, attracting national interest. Sheltered swimming is available at the mouth of the Erskine River where a long suspension bridge crosses this waterway and the sandy beach below.
Good views of the area can be enjoyed from Teddy's Lookout, at the southern end of George Street. The upper and lower lookouts offer views inland as well as south along the coast and down to the point where the Great Ocean Road crosses the George River at its mouth. Views of the town and its main beach can be experienced from several of the picnic spots along the Great Ocean Road between the Surf Life Saving Club and Point Grey.
There's more to Lorne than just the beach. The mountainous and bushy Otway Ranges form an attractive backdrop to Lorne, with the Great Otway National Park offering many bush walking tracks. The spectacular Erskine Falls are located within the park, just 8 kilometres west of town.
The Great Ocean Road south of Lorne is a particularly scenic section of this popular tourist route with the road hugging the coastline for much of its journey. Less than 10 kilometres from Lorne is the Mount Defiance Lookout, while further south is the small and very scenic coastal community of Wye River.
How to get to Lorne :-
ROUTE NO. B100 Great Ocean Road or
C151 Deans Marsh - Lorne Road
BY TRAIN- V/Line
(Tullamarine) 153 kilometres
Other international airlines
(Geelong) 87 kilometres Within Australia Jetstar
If we are not home, access can be arranged via a key safe with a pin code.
Additional Complimentary Services
ALL LINEN IS PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE.
We have the facilities to securely store your road bikes, mountain bikes and / or surfboards.