Dolphin Shores Hotel

Address: 53 Beach St., Vincentia, New South Wales, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 53 Beach St., Vincentia, is near Dolphin Explorer Cruises.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDolphin Shores Hotel Vincentia

Reviewed by gthznathan

Service Apartment/Flat

Reviewed Mar 5, 2012
by (17 reviews) Sanctuary Point , Australia Flag of Australia

It would appear that the establishment are slowly purchasing the existing "flats" that neighbour their motel. This allowed us to have a 2 bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and laundry with outdoor BBQ and clothesline facilities during our stay.

The flat was clean, had gorgeous panoramic picture canvases of the local beaches and bay in every room and even sported a king sized bed in the main bedroom.

The flat was serviced daily and staff friendly and extremely chatty.

Very close (walking distance) to the nearest beach and local supermarket.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Dolphin Shores Hotel Vincentia

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Vincentia

Easter weekend in Berry

A travel blog entry by hollytripp on Apr 20, 2014

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... be welcomed by Sarah and Tom at the train station the other end! We went out to Jervis Bay that evening, it was a lovely beach but was covered in purple seaweed following all the storms they'd had! We went to the pub for dinner and sat outside in what we later discovered was 8degrees so quite chilly! But it was buzzing with people everywhere as because of Easter weekend they put in a fireworks display at the beach which was really cool :) On ...

Jervis Bay to Waldrens Swamp

A travel blog entry by abbeysadventure on Jan 26, 2014

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... about finding somewhere to stay for the night but the nearest campsite was 50mins away and $44 for the night. Bugger that. So we are staying at a rest stop on the side of the motorway. Unfortunately i cant have the hot shower i have been longing for but at least we've saved $44- thats almost a tank of petrol. Washing my hair in 2 inches of water in a bucket in the back of the van wasn't fun but it also wasn't as bad as i thought it would be. Now i really feel like a ...

Day 4 - VIC to NSW

A travel blog entry by alexkennewell1 on Jul 18, 2013

... for lunch. A lovely, tucked away sandy beach with forest all around. Unfortunately no kangaroos but the sun came out as we had our ham and cheese sarnies. Further on, we pulled into Jervis Bay to see the historic lighthouse (steeped in history as being in the wrong location then a strong of strange deaths!) and a view across the cliffs. Also caught a bunch of kangaroos on a school playing field! A beer ...

G'day Mate

A travel blog entry by thebetsybowen on Feb 18, 2013

9 photos

... waves. Goodness gracious, that part is so hard. For our afternoon lesson, the wind was so strong so the waves were really choppy and were coming from every direction. It made it nearly impossible to get out there.... If it was my first lesson I probably would have given up. Thankfully, our final day was a gorgeous one. The sun was shining and the waves were perfect (aka not making me feel like I'm drowning). The camp managed to get some pictures of me surfing and I made ...

Where the bloody hell are you?

A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Feb 16, 2013

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... though, while there are many wonderful things about Australia, one that I can't get enough of is the beach. For one of my two weekends back home in Australia, we arranged to have a huge family get together at Jervis Bay (located on the coast to the south of Sydney). With the entire families of both mine and the Sydney-based clan in attendance, counting 23 of us bunking down in one house for a couple of days, it was always going to be ...