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Best Port Fairy Family Hotels

Port Fairy Holiday Park
3 out of 5
139 Princes Highway, Port Fairy, VIC
AU$120
per night
9 Dec. - 10 Dec.
4.4/5Wonderful! (134 reviews)

"A lovely well appointed cabin. We rang ahead to say we would be late & we arrived to a light & heater on."…"

Reviewed on 12 Oct. 2019

Port Fairy Holiday Park
Belfast Cottages
4 out of 5
5 Thistle Place, Port Fairy, VIC
AU$135
per night
13 Dec. - 14 Dec.
4.4/5Excellent! (93 reviews)

"I liked the automated check in service using the touch screen. Only suggestion would be to add an instruction to "turn" the open key box button. Not easy to see the turn arrow on the black button."…"

Reviewed on 21 Nov. 2019

Belfast Cottages
Comfort Inn Port Fairy
3 out of 5
22 Sackville St, Port Fairy, VIC
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4.6/5Exceptional! (239 reviews)
Very welcoming

"Warm welcome from friendly, helpful staff. Spacious room with excellent facilities. Very close to shops & restaurants. Would happily stay here again."…"

Reviewed on 12 Jul. 2016

Comfort Inn Port Fairy
BIG4 Port Fairy
3 out of 5
115 Princes Highway, Port Fairy, VIC
AU$121
per night
9 Dec. - 10 Dec.
4.5/5Wonderful! (69 reviews)

"Plenty for the kids to do with the jumping pillow, mini golf, playground, pool, games room etc. It was lovely and clean, staff were very friendly and its in a great spot. Deifinitely recommend to travellers stopping over or needing a relaxed holiday."…"

Reviewed on 13 Jul. 2019

BIG4 Port Fairy
Ashmont Motor Inn & Apartments
3.5 out of 5
47 Bank Street, Port Fairy, VIC
AU$155
per night
15 Dec. - 16 Dec.
4.5/5Wonderful! (382 reviews)

"Size and layout of the room. Proximity to town centre, shops and restaurants"…"

Reviewed on 13 Nov. 2019

Ashmont Motor Inn & Apartments
Port Fairy Motor Inn
3 out of 5
124 Princes Highway, Port Fairy, VIC
AU$138
per night
9 Dec. - 10 Dec.
3.9/5Very Good! (137 reviews)

"Great little hotel with a very friendly host. A one minute drive or 10 minute walk to city centre. Would recommend this hotel."…"

Reviewed on 19 Aug. 2019

Port Fairy Motor Inn
Shearwater Motel BIG4 Port Fairy
3.5 out of 5
115 Princes Highway, Port Fairy, VIC
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Shearwater Motel BIG4 Port Fairy
The Victoria
4 out of 5
48-50 Bank St, Port Fairy, VIC
AU$209
per night
12 Dec. - 13 Dec.
4.4/5Wonderful! (534 reviews)

"Great location leave the car and walk everywhere. Lovely choice of restaurants"…"

Reviewed on 28 Sep. 2019

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Where should we stay in Port Fairy?

The secluded destination of Port Fairy is a great choice if you've been thinking about a holiday with the children. The campsites, chocolate shops and jogging trails are just a few things that make this an attractive family holiday destination. When you're thinking about where you should stay in Port Fairy, you might want to consider one of the 8 child-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation here.

Families on holiday have good things to say about these places to stay:

BIG4 Port Fairy: Offers a children's pool, in-room kitchens and free parking. Guests like the helpful staff at this 3-star motel.

Port Fairy Motor Inn – Features free parking, free WiFi and in-room kitchenettes. The overall comfort and central location make this 3-star motel popular with guests.

Port Fairy Holiday Park – Offers a children's pool, in-room kitchens and free parking. Guests like the comfy beds and clean rooms at this 3-star campsite.

Comfort Inn Port Fairy – Features a restaurant, free parking and laundry facilities. This motel is rated 3 stars.

Shearwater Motel BIG4 Port Fairy – Offers a children's pool, in-room kitchens and free parking. This apartment is rated 3.5 stars.

When should we visit Port Fairy?

You're likely hoping for good weather for your family trip. Use these tips to plan when to pack up the children and head to Port Fairy.

  • Hottest months: February, January, March and December, with an average temperature of 20°C
  • Coldest months: August, July, June and September, with an average temperature of 9°C
  • Driest months: February, January, March and November, with an average rainfall of 43.75 inches
  • Rainiest months: June, September, August and July, with an average rainfall of 89 inches

What should we see and do in Port Fairy?

While you and the family are holidaying in Port Fairy, you may want to explore some of the attractions here such as Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village, Griffith Island and East Beach. Make sure that you have lots of time for activities such as Killarney Beach and The Craggs.

Port Fairy is also well-known for its:
  • Chocolate
  • Camping
  • Jogging trails

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Travelers loved these Family Hotels

What is a family-friendly hotel?

 

Port Fairy family-friendly hotels welcome children and provide essentials for family travellers such as additional bedding for higher occupancy per room; in-room conveniences; and facilities for kids and family activities.

In-room: Connecting/adjoining rooms, family suites, babysitting services and refrigerators are some other room facilities to look out for. Family travellers find these helpful.

On premises: Family-friendly hotels may also have some additional recreational facilities such as outdoor pools, kiddy pools, playgrounds, kids clubs and game rooms.

*These are only guidelines as policies and amenities vary across hotels. For more information, view details listed on each property page.

 

What is the definition of a family room?

 

While each Port Fairy hotel defines its family room its own way, it usually refers to rooms available in the hotel that comfortably sleep at least 4 people. A family room is usually a larger room with 2 double/queen beds, or 1 double/queen bed and 2 twin beds. At some hotels, you might find 1 double bed for the parents and a sofa bed or bunk beds for the children.

The family room may also include other family-friendly conveniences such as infant beds, rollaway beds, a ground-floor location for convenience, treats for the kids, microwaves or refrigerators for meal preps.

 

How many people does a Port Fairy hotel family room sleep?

 

Most of the time, family rooms provide bedding that sleeps at least 2 adults and 2 children, allowing a family of 4 to comfortably share one room.

Family-friendly hotels often also have additional rollaway beds and infant beds available (at a surcharge). If young children share existing bedding, there’s usually no extra charge So, depending if these are available at the hotel of your choice, it could be possible for more than 4 people to share a family room.

On Expedia, you will find room details listed for each room, such as number of beds and types of beds, so you can make the right choice to book for your family.

 

Can a family of 4 stay in one Port Fairy hotel room?

 

Yes. Look for Port Fairy hotels with rooms which have 2 double beds or 2 queen beds. On Expedia, you can use the family-friendly filter to narrow your search. These hotels are more likely to have such rooms suitable for a family of 4 to stay comfortably in one room.

Alternatively, you could hire an infant crib or additional rollaway beds to fit more people in a regular 2-person room. Check if your hotel of choice provides these facilities.

*These are only guidelines as policies and amenities may vary across hotels. For more information, view details listed on each property page.

 

Can a family of 5 stay in one Port Fairy hotel room?

 

Yes, depending on the hotel’s policies, it could be possible. Many family-friendly hotels have higher occupancy rooms that come with beds for 4 people, sometimes more. Of those hotels, look out for one which provides the following options to accommodate a fifth person:

✓ Infant cribs available (free or surcharge)

✓ Kids-stay-free policies (younger children can share existing bedding at no extra charge)

✓ Rollaway beds available (free or surcharge)

✓ Extra guests allowed

Alternatively, look for hotels with family suites or 2 connecting rooms.

On Expedia, you can find these details listed on each property page. Note, age restrictions and hotel rules around qualifying as a family apply for all of the above. Not all hotels allow extra staying guests.

 

Do Port Fairy hotels charge more for extra guests?

 

It depends on the hotel. Most of the time, yes a surcharge applies for any additional staying guest beyond the original capacity of the room -- for instance, having a third guest in a two-person room.

It’s not as clear in cases where the room already comes with enough beds to accommodate your guest(s).There may be no fees as many hotels charge per-room, not per-guest (unless breakfast is included). However, some hotels may still charge for any extra staying guest beyond the original number of guests mentioned in the booking. Many hotels require all staying guests to register their details.

Note that not all hotels allow extra overnight guests, so it’s best to check beforehand.

 

Can kids have their own hotel room in Port Fairy?

 

Generally speaking, young children under a certain age are not allowed their own room, unless it's a connecting room with their parents next door. Older children may be able to have their own room. It’s best to check the individual policy of the hotel you’re interested in, as this varies from one hotel to the next.

 

What is the difference between adjoining rooms and connecting rooms in a Port Fairy hotel?

 

The terms ‘adjoining’ and ‘connecting’ are often used interchangeably to mean the same thing. That is, two hotel rooms that have a connecting door, where guests can move freely between both rooms without using the front door. For family travellers, this allows parents to have more comfort and privacy, yet remain within visible reach of their children comfortably in their own beds next door.

The more accurate term for this is connecting rooms. ‘Adjoining rooms’ are in fact simply two hotel rooms located next to each other.

 

How do you get an adjoining room at a Port Fairy hotel?

 

On Expedia, you can check if a hotel has adjoining rooms in the room details or property details.

Adjoining/connecting rooms are subject to availability and can be requested by contacting the property using the number on the booking confirmation.

 

How do I choose a good family-friendly hotel in Port Fairy?

 

Family travellers love hotels with good swimming pools, kids clubs, good service, larger rooms (to accommodate families of 4 or 5), and have a convenient location for sightseeing.

 

Consider location and transport options carefully, ensuring it's convenient to get around Port Fairy together as a family:

  • Hotel-airport shuttles (free or surcharge)
  • Free parking
  • Shuttles to family attractions (free or surcharge).
  • Well-connected public transportation nearby
  • Within walking distance to main attractions

 

You have the option of hotel alternatives too:

  • Spacious vacation rentals with multiple rooms
  • Aparthotels with in-room kitchenettes and laundry facilities
  • Unique local style of accommodation, for an authentic experience

 

How do I find a good family-friendly hotel in Port Fairy on Expedia?

 

You can start your search by entering your destination and dates, to see a list of hotels. Then check the filter box that says ‘family-friendly’, and sort the hotels to see the top recommended hotels, best deals or hotels with the best guest rating. Depending on the age of your children and the size of your family travelling together, different amenities will be more suitable. Look out for the features above.

You can also read genuine guest reviews from other family travellers. To do this, once you’ve found a hotel you’re interested in, click on the number of reviews, then select the ‘traveler type’ button. Here you can view only the most relevant reviews by selecting ‘families’ or ‘families with small children’.

 

How do I choose a good Port Fairy for a family with kids?

 

If you have young children, look for Port Fairy hotels which have the following available:

✓ Infant cribs

✓ Kids-stay-free policy

✓ Children’s pool

✓ Babysitting/childcare (free or surcharge)

✓ Supervised kids club

✓ Snacks available on-site

✓ Kids menu

 

Availability of these in-room facilities comes in handy for storing formula and preparing food:

✓ Microwave

✓ Refrigerator

✓ Kitchenette

 

How do I find a good Port Fairy for a family with teenage children?

 

If you have teenagers, look out for adjoining rooms, on-site arcade or gaming rooms, multiple pools, nearby activities and theme-park shuttles in your Port Fairy hotel.

 

How do I choose a Port Fairy hotel that’s good for a family with elderly parents?

 

If you’re travelling with older folks, use the filters to search for family-friendly hotels with accessibility features. Consider booking ground-floor rooms for easy access.

 

How do I find hotels in Port Fairy that are good for large families?

 

For large families, check if hotels have

✓ Kids-stay-free policy ✓ Additional/rollaway beds available for hire ✓ Connecting rooms ✓ Family suites ✓ Recreational activities for various ages.

 

How do I choose a good hotel for a Port Fairy family holiday on a budget?

 

On Expedia, you can use filters to search for family-friendly hotels, sort the hotels to view the cheapest first or the best deals available. When you’ve found a hotel you like, look at the guest rating or click on the number of guest reviews to see what past guests had to say.

Some other considerations to save costs are:

  • Room Facilities: Rooms that sleeps four to six people, rollaway beds available, kids-stay-free policy. Kitchenette for preparing and reheating group meals. Aparthotels with laundry facilities. Free airport transfers, free parking.
  • Hotel Location: Cheaper hotels outside the city-centre or popular tourist areas, with public transportation nearby so it's convenient to get around. Or hotels in the best location where you can walk to attractions.
  • Vacation Rentals: These tend to be more spacious and do not have 24-hour front desks, toiletries or other frills, so you save on those costs.