Comfort Inn Lorne Bay View offers 4-star rated Lorne accommodation on Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. Our friendly and informative staff will assist make your stay and journey a memorable one. Our Lorne accommodation provides the perfect base from which to explore the many hiking tracks and beaches and view the stunning scenery. We are central to many of the Great Ocean Road’s popular tourist attractions such as Shipwreck Coast, Loch Ard Gorge and Bay of Islands. Recommended activities include swimming under cascading waterfalls, helicopter flights over the Twelve Apostles, horse rides through the Otway forest or along the beach. Our Lorne accommodation is ideally located in the centre of Lorne and only minutes from the shopping promenade, sidewalk cafes, fine restaurants, beautiful beaches and cascading waterfalls.
Comfort Inn Lorne Bay offers 3.5 star studio apartments boasting 32 stylish suites. All of our air-conditioned apartments have kitchenettes with microwave, two hot plates, toaster and tea/coffee making facilities and spa baths, as well as Foxtel cable TV and DVD players. Business travellers will appreciate our fax and photocopying facilities and wireless broadband internet access. The on-site meeting room accommodates up to 30 people for most events and business functions.
The village of Lorne itself, settled in the 1850s, has a reputation for urbane charm, with fine restaurants, sophisticated galleries, specialist shops and numerous cafes. Due to its natural beauty and cosmopolitan chic, Lorne is one of the region's most popular towns and a key destination for both domestic and international visitors. Just two and a half hours by car from Melbourne, Lorne is a very popular tourist and holiday destination that provides easy access to the dramatic beauty the coastline and hinterland has to offer. It has the charm of a fishing village, the beauty of its golden beaches, cerulean waters and lush green foothills and the spectacular scenery of the Otway forests. Take a break at our Lorne accommodation while touring the Great Ocean Road.