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Quest Williamstown North - Williamstown Hotels
AU$193

Quest Williamstown North

115-119 Kororoit Creek Road, Williamstown - Map
 
 
Comfortable beds.........great showers..........lovely environment!!
A Traveller
Quest Williamstown - Williamstown Hotels

Quest Williamstown

1 Syme Street, Williamstown - Map
 
 
"Excellent parking spaces for cars. Great apartment"
Have stayed here several times. Great location at Williamstown - not far from shops etc. Park across the road for families and children. One and two bedrooms are both OK. Did have trouble with the sliding doors to the bedroom. These need to be checked out by tradies to make them easier to shut. Will use this accommodation again if we need to be at Williamstown to visit relatives.
Traveller from Adelaide
Amawind Apartments - Williamstown Hotels

Amawind Apartments

Office: 8 Ann Street, Williamstown - Map
 
 
"Clean and comfortable Williamstown location "
Easy after hours check in procedure. Fantastic apartment that felt fresh and clean and spacious. Right in the heart of everything. Highly recommended,
Traveller from perth
Williamstown is one of Victoria great tourist attractions- with its art galleries- shopping including a Sunday market- …More
Punthill Williamstown - Williamstown Hotels

Punthill Williamstown

4-18 Ferguson St, Williamstown - Map
 
 
"Met our expectations"
We were attending a wedding and Punthill was perfectly located. Great place to spend a weekend.
Traveller from Geelong
Captains Retreat Bnb - Williamstown Hotels

Captains Retreat Bnb

2 Ferguson Street, Williamstown - Map
 
 
Great cottage everything needed was there. Very clean and private. Staff friendly and obliging to your needs
A Traveller
North Haven By The Sea B&B - Williamstown Hotels

North Haven By The Sea B&B

Merrett Drive, Williamstown - Map
 
 
We went over the bridge for a weekend escape and because we didn't want to drive home late after going to the Titanic theatre resturant for dinner. The area was quiet and peaceful and walking distance from water views. The walking/bike paths around the area were really well maintained and a pleasure to walk on. The accomodation was homely and extremely comfortable with the hostess being friendly and helpful taking an interest in what we were doing. Breakfast was included and awesome
Traveller from Croydon Hills
Bed and Breakfast at Stephanie's - Williamstown Hotels

Bed and Breakfast at Stephanie's

157 Ferguson Street, Williamstown - Map
 
 
"Wonderful place to relax "
We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived at our destination. It was quite private and secure; considering we were so close to the CBD. Just a short away from restaurants and shopping. There was a couple of issues that need to be addressed; no hand soap or tissues and a very annoying dripping tap in the bathroom. Having touched on the negative it was very enjoyable and we would book again
Traveller from Australia
Situated West of Melbourne, the luxury B&B at Stephanie's is a charming place in the heart of historic Williamstown …More

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    Hotels In Williamstown

    Close to the heart of culinary Melbourne, Williamstown is a historic maritime village on the mouth of the Yarra River. Filled with architecture and memories, why not live every last minute in one of our Williamstown hotels and who know what old ghosts you'll bump into!

    History

    Inhabited by Aboriginal groups for many years, Europeans first arrived in the area in the early 1800s. It was Melbourne’s first port. Established in 1837, the area it went through a big boom during the gold rush. Despite going through a period of decline in the mid-1900s, past regeneration and restoration projects have created a very popular area for tourists today.

    Things to do

    Take a wander around and enjoy the oldy-worldy feel that mixes so effortlessly with a modern and vibrant outlook. Some of the interesting old constructions include the convict-built Gem Pier, which is home to the Maritime Museum today, a memorial fountain, Tide Gauge House, the Customs House, the Old Morgue, and the former immigration buildings. Take a step back in time at Fort Gellibrand and the Williamstown Lighthouse, and admire former grand hotels and homes, such as Mandalay and Craigdoon. Try something different with an eerie night time ghost walk! The sandy beach is ideal for soaking up some sun and surfing is sometimes possible. There are lots of gorgeous parks as well as craggy coastline rocks, and art lovers will enjoy mooching in the cute galleries.

    Shopping and dining

    You’ll find a good selection of shops along Ferguson Street and Douglas Parade, and the monthly craft markets are the perfect place to pick up some unusual souvenirs and gifts. There is a diverse assortment of restaurants that cater to a wide range of tastes.

    Getting here and around

    It’s easy to get to Williamstown with a cheap flight to Melbourne. The area is well served by public transport, although a lot of the main sights can be reached by foot when you stay in some comfy and convenient Williamstown accommodation.

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