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Published May 20th 2012
Between long sandy beaches, a sparkling bay, walking and
cycling tracks, good coffee spots and great restaurants, Bayside makes a great indulgent weekend or holiday spot. It's also close to the CBD for those looking for a corporate stay for temporary work assignments.
So, where's the best Bayside accommodation? It depends on what you're looking for, but whether you're after a B 'n' B, self-catered or self-contained accommodation, Stay Beachside Properties pretty much has it covered
with a range of accommodation options. They're in some of Bayside's best locations, including Parkdale (beaut beach), Beaumaris (somewhat wilder beach in parts and lovely yacht club) and Hampton (nice beach and great shopping & cafe strip).
Twelve on Victor, the Bed and Breakfast in Beaumaris, is set in a beautiful quirky garden and is well known for its English, Scottish or Continental breakfast. Now, that's a way to start the day.
The two-bedroom, resort-style Hampton apartment is super stylish
and serviced, so you can kiss the housework goodbye, for a while at least, while enjoying all the lifestyle opportunities of beachside accommodation, wonderful Hampton Street, and other Bayside attractions.
Like to spread out? Or on the move with friends or family? Then the luxurious 3 or 4 bedroom self-catering house at Parkdale would be ideal. It sleeps eight, so gather up the troops and make it a date.
You definitely won't be short of things to see and do. Go Bayside has plenty more great ideas about how to make the most of your time by the bay.