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Lorelei Bed and Breakfast
Lorelei Bed and Breakfast, Portland, Victoria, Australia Regions, Australia, is large enough for you to enjoy 4½ star luxury yet small enough to offer personal service and attention to detail.
The Cultural Highlights, Thornton Oaks, Brunswick, Maine, United States, provide our residents with a host of different activities from music festivals, class audits or the free swim time at the Bowdoin College campus, you will certainly have a lot to do.
Orchid Restaurant in Isle of Portland exudes a warm, welcoming atmosphere, and also has terrific views. The restaurant offers a choice of mouth-watering dishes which include fresh fish, steak as well as a vegetarian option.
Heights Afternoon Teas
Afternoon tea has always been considered to be an event steeped in tradition, and at Heights Afternoon Teas in Isle of Portland it is no different. Our afternoon teas are given that extra attention to ensure it is a delightful experience.
Heights Coffee Shop
When you smell the aroma of freshly baked scones and freshly brewed coffee, then you know you are at Heights Coffee Shop in Isle of Portland. With panoramic views, a tasty breakfast in front of you, is there any better way to start the day.
Heights Conference in Isle of Portland has a variety of purpose designed function and syndicate rooms, ideal for your conferences, and this together with the expertise of our professional staff, will ensure that you have successful events.
Daniels Fish and Chips
At Daniels Fish and Chips in Isle of Portland, we use only 'frozen at sea' fish, which means it is cleaned and frozen shortly after being caught. We believe in the high quality of our food, and excellent customer service.
Scents of Spring, a floral bouquet from Island Florist in Isle of Portland consists of soft colours and sweet fragrances making it a perfect spring gift. It's not just how the bouquet looks that's important, bouquets should smell like spring.
From its obscure beginnings as a small fishing village to the magnificent and exhilarating Marginal Way, a winding footpath which shadows the craggy, rock-bound coastline for more than a mile, Ogunquit today remains a tranquil, small village that continues to offer almost everything to almost everyone as perhaps nowhere else in the country can.
Located 20 km north of Cape Portland (north east tip of Tasmania) by sea and 151 km from Launceston by air, Flinders Island is the largest of the Furneaux group of islands which lie at the eastern end of Bass Strait separating Tasmania from Victoria. It is about 29 km wide at its widest point and 64 km long. The island was probably part of the land bridge which joined Tasmania to the mainland. Bass strait was formed as a result of the melting of ice after the last ice age and consequently Flinders and Cape Barren became islands and the Aborigines of Tasmania were cut off from their mainland counterparts.