Seaview House offers boutique accommodation right in the heart of historic Queenscliff.
This property was built in 1875 and now operates as a warm and friendly guesthouse with charm and ambience. There are 14 guest rooms each with a private ensuite, TV, tea/coffee making facilities, central air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi.
There is an upstairs balcony which offers views along Queenscliff's main street. There are also several guest lounges and a downstairs sitting room with an open fire.
Located within Seaview House is La Salle a manger - a fully licensed restaurant and bar offering an elegant dining experience with French and Japanese influences. It is open from Wednesday to Sunday for lunch and Wednesday to Saturday for dinner.
Seaview Gallery occupies the front corner of the building and is one of the region's leading art galleries. It has six rooms featuring contemporary and traditional Australian paintings, sculptures and jewellery.
Experience the charm of yesteryear when staying at Seaview House - only a short walk from parkland and the beach within one of Victoria's most interesting historic towns.
- Restaurant on-site
- Wireless internet
Nightly rates from:
Walk 320 metres to the beach
- Cross Hesse Street
- East along Stokes Street
- Cross Gellibrand Street
- East through Citizens Park
- Down steps to Pilot Jetty
- South-east along side of Pilot Jetty to the beach