Dolphin Shores Hotel

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 (16 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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Dolphin Shores Hotel Vincentia

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Vincentia

    A koala is not a bear

    A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer on Jan 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... vague pity on us as there were no shops around and randomly gave us a bowl of mince for a late night supper! Bizarre. A sticky night ahead listening to the creatures and when we got up the next morning; there had been a bloody power cut and there was no water! So in 40 degrees and rising, I didn't get to have a shower either! We packed up the car and skidded off in disgust. It was ridiculously cheap but when something seems too good to be true, it usually is!

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    What a game

    A travel blog entry by mark-bowes on Jun 28, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... like to visit. From before the game the noise was deafening, the stadium was shaking with antipatiom and excitement. The fact that the moroons dominated from the get go made it more exciting, if the blues had come out and played well and won then it would have been a very different sceen. Now just a snippet from the game, there was some great rugby, some shocking rugby, a big punch up that saw four players sinbind (ridiculas ...

    Where the bloody hell are you?

    A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Feb 16, 2013

    14 photos

    ... 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 ...

    This town is fun to say- Let's stay here!

    A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Dec 20, 2012

    7 photos

    ... animals we’ve grown used to at home, are replaced here with something much more exotic (though for the locals, probably equally as pesky when they’re not a novelty)

    We stopped at a look out place on the top of a cliff, looking down the coast. We could see beautiful sand beaches, a twisty road up ahead weaving alongside the jagged cliffs, and people hang-gliding over us in the breeze. The wind was pretty brutal, and having just left Penrith ...

    Day 68 – Fitzroy Falls

    A travel blog entry by debglaz1 on Mar 18, 2012

    68 photos

    ... day exploring but we had other places to see today so reluctantly we turned back towards the carpark after about 3.5 kilometers.

    We left the falls behind and continued on towards a small town called Kangaroo Valley. To get there we had to drive up a long winding mountain road and then back down the other side into the valley below. There is a river at the bottom with an old bridge that crosses. We stopped to view ...