Victoria House Bed & Breakfast
Bed And Breakfast - Portland, VIC
At Victoria House you can relax in the friendly atmosphere of a fully restored Georgian home of historic importance.
In 1834 Edward Henty established a farm at Portland Bay, founding Victoria’s first permanent settlement. Today, no less than 100 historic buildings are still in use – one of the most outstanding being Victoria House, the bluestone mansion which first opened its doors as a hotel in 1856.
During its 170-year history it has been a gracious private home, a seminary, government offices and, most recently, a guesthouse
Our completely restored, original bluestone guesthouse is waiting to welcome you. Victoria House has delightful ensuite rooms with telephones, radio, TV and coffee-making facilities.
You’ll enjoy our house with its traditional sitting room and welcoming fire, its location close to the city centre, beach and harbour, and our personal service. We serve full breakfasts.
Garden ViewWe can provide local information to help make the most of your stay in Portland. Whether you are holidaying here, on business or breaking the journey between Adelaide and Melbourne, you’ll be glad you chose to stay with us. You’ll be pleased by the moderate tariffs.
Our bedrooms are individually decorated to provide a sense of warmth and serenity.
There's a place by the fire for you and a book or for rediscovering the gentle art of conversation with old or new friends.
Bedrooms have TV, tea/coffee, refrigerator. All bedrooms have ensuite toilet and bath.
Fresh orange juice, seasonal fruit bowl, cereal, bacon and eggs, tea and coffee included in tariff.