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Pebble Point

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed 3 nights, had tent 5 probably the best tent for the views. We shared our tent with mice which was very off putting. The bathroom was clean and very well maintained. The communial kitchen was very dirty and tired, the cook tops didn't work properly and had knobs missing. The bbq was old and very dirty which actually...

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Reviewed 21 March 2017

We stayed at Pebble Point for two nights in tent five. Close proximity to the road meant we had very poor sleep the first night; and managed to sleep the second night only with sleeping plugs purchased from the local hardware store. The traffic is reasonably limited at night but very noisy - it would be more so in peak...

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Thank Alex B
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

We stayed 2 nights in tent 5 overlooking the Great Ocean Rd and Princetown. The tents were very comfortable and the sea breeze at night was just what was needed after a couple of 34 degree days. The bathroom was clean and the water was hot.

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Thank BakerNator
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 February 2017

We loved Pebble Point. It came recommended and we could see why. Communication with the owners, finding our key etc was all very straight forward. The tent itself was huge, definitely camping on another level. Very comfortable bed, furnishings, eski for ice and drinks and a modern clean bathroom and great shower. The view was awesome and we were there...

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Thank Karen J
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 24 February 2017

Location - fantastic only ten minutes drive from the 12 Apostles information centre. Easy to find. Tent #4 - spacious. Clean sheets. Our view was mostly obstructed by native bush, however we feel it may also work as noise blockers. Hot water bottle and electric blanket... scary combo! Used the 1hour time feature and had a great sleep. Ensuite bathroom...

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Thank en_jay83
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

My son & I stayed here for a few nights. The thought of Glamping with a view was extremely exciting! I thought the check in time of 4pm was just too late especially when you have young children. Our tent was just average . . . My expectations were maybe too high to what we received. Our tent was dusty...

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Thank travel802015
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 24 January 2017

A nice enough place to stay and a very good starting point for the last leg of the Great Ocean Walk - 14 km round trip to the 12 apostles and back to camp. The beds are very comfortable and the idea of glamping is great. My issue is that expectation did not match reality. It is not 'an exclusive...

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Thank sarahelevy
Belfast, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 January 2017

Very unique experience. A large tent with big double bed and lovely bathroom next to tent. Beautiful views of sunset and sunrise and wild kangaroos even spotted! Kitchen & BBQ facilities provided,well stocked but could have been a lot cleaner! Close to 12 apostles and loch ard gorge. We spent an excellent few days here.

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Thank hannah s
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

Loved how secluded this place was, short walk through the bush and you reach a cliff edge which is awesome for sunset. The bathroom and poo with a view was a nice touch haha really clean! Comfy huge bed so had a really nice sleep listening to the waves! The kitchen was quite dirty and oily but I guess this...

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Thank jekeable
Albury, Australia
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Be warned you get your pin to unlock your key box by test. So unless your with Telstra your going to have poor to nothing with mobile phone reception/data. The room looked nice however it was dusty( so if your subject to dust issues do go) The canvas roof looked like it was full of dark spots not sure what,...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Pebble Point is an exclusive bush retreat nestled behind the cliff tops and rock formations of the world famous Twelve Apostles. Six spacious luxury tents are conveniently situated at the end of the Great Ocean Walk in the small coastal village of Princetown, approximately two and a half hours from Melbourne. Pebble Point is one of the few places in the world situated within metres of three national parks. The three parks highlight world class coastal scenery, wildlife viewing and marine environments. Pebble Point accommodation provides a unique opportunity to experience this special part of the world while ensuring your impact on the environment is minimal. The highlight of your stay at Pebble Point will be immersing yourself in nature, including amazing walking opportunities, migrating southern right whales and secluded beaches. However we also understand that comfort is nice at the end of a day of adventure and exploration. You will be provided with luxurious king size beds with a natural latex mattress, a choice of pillows, 100% cotton linen and spacious en suite bathrooms. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Pebble Point

Address: 20 Old Coach Rd, Princetown, Victoria 3269, Australia
Region: Australia > Victoria > Princetown
Price Range: $134 - $241 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Pebble Point Princetown, Victoria
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“Tent 5 has the best view”
300debbiea, 17 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Tent 5 and 6 appear to be the most secluded”
, 21 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Tent number 6 hears less traffic and has an epic view. It's also on the end so only one neighbour”
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  • Tent no.6
889karenj, 24 Feb 2017 | Read review
“I thought tent 4 was the most private of all tent.”
la_1977, 22 May 2016 | Read review
“Tent 6 has the best view and is very private, but other tents don't have the same hand railing blocking the view”
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HJSherlock, 18 Apr 2016 | Read review
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