Anchorage Port Stephens


Nestling idyllically between the rugged bushland and the murmuring ocean, near the seaside town Port Stephens, the gorgeous boutique hotel Anchorage Port Stephens is a graceful holiday hideaway.


The Anchorage is heaven for those seeking relaxation. The facilities include a private marina with 90 berths, countless sport options and fresh seafood whenever the fancy strikes you!


The Anchorage Port Stephens is designed like a quaint fishing village, the four elegant guest chalets loosely grouped read more » together. Featuring a total of 80 luxury rooms, the Anchorage sports every amenity imaginable but, at the same time, is small enough to inspire an easygoing, friendly ambience.


The polished floorboards, soft blankets and tasteful decorations create a cosy flair. The Anchorage Port Stephens is a place to feel at home at – starting with the moment you first sink into the lobby’s welcoming sofas.


Each and every one of the airy and light-flooded guest rooms features a private balcony or veranda commanding a stunning ocean view. Fill your lungs with the fresh sea breeze and taste the salty air on your tongue … pure bliss!


Consequently, the Anchorage Port Stephens is a popular choice for couples in love and honeymooners. Most conveniently, Sydney is a mere 200 kilometres away. Transfers are easy and an overnight city trip is always a possibility.


The Anchorage Port Stephens is the perfect choice for a relaxing stop when travelling on the Pacific Highway between Sydney and Brisbane. The region is stunningly beautiful, the Waterfront and the Port Stephens Marina are unique.


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Designed along the lines of a traditional fishing village, the Anchorage Port Stephens is scenically located on a headland jutting out into the Pacific Ocean and featuring a private marina.


Polished read more » floorboards, sandstone walls, comfortable sofas and soft blankets are just some of the elegant facilities that ensure your supreme comfort and make you feel truly at home.


No matter whether you choose the Master, the Loft or the Captain Suite, the accommodation units boast finest luxuries and radiate a welcoming flair, having been decked out in a friendly and light colour scheme.


Every room includes a private veranda or balcony. The facilities are plentiful and cover everything from a telephone, TV, stereo system and mini bar to a coffee corner, hair dryer, air-conditioning, ironing service and alarm clock.


The bathrooms are exceedingly spacious and welcome you with soft bathrobes. Incidentally, the Anchorage Resort’s suites command a stunning view of either the ocean or the marina.


Indulge in the Anchorage Port Stephens’ plentiful facilities like the gorgeous swimming pool, the sauna and spa offering massages and treatments, gym and mountain bike rental service.


Having enjoyed a thorough workout, treat yourself to some culinary pleasures at the Anchorage Port Stephens’ restaurant. It is an excellent place to enjoy fresh fish and oysters. However, the Merretts Restaurant also serves a variety of lip-smacking vegetarian dishes.


The master chef in the background is Jean-Marc Pollet, French by birth, Australian by choice. His delectable cuisine includes such exquisite creations as warm macadamia nuts with a cheese soufflé, accompanied by a tomato chutney.


Of course, Jean-Marc excels at French cuisine but Mediterranean and Asian influences all flow into the mix. Jean-Marc is a dedicated chef with international experience.


The culinary highlights are best accompanied by one of Australia’s fabulous wines. Chardonnay or Pinot Noir – Australia deserves its reputation as a new but excellent wine-growing region.


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Port Stephens and the Anchorage Port Stephens are famous for endless beaches and crystal-clear water. Port Stephens is formed by two peninsulas, Tilligerry in the southwest and Tomaree in the south.


The read more » bay is lined by countless, idyllic little seaside towns, among them Nelson Bay, Boat Harbour, Soldiers Point, Fingal Bay, Salamander Bay, Shoal Bay and Dutchmans Bay, to name just a few.


Peninsulas, bays, beaches and seaside flair … the area is perfect for long days of exploring at leisure. And best of all, the bay has a resident population of approximately 200 dolphins that are easily spotted on a boat excursion.


Moreover, the Port Stephens region also attracts migrating whales, which may number more than 3000 in total. The best months for whale watching are June, July, October and November.


Back on land, keep your eyes peeled for koalas, which are sometimes hard to spot among the eucalyptus tree tops, while hiking the forest or the headlands. Other activities include swimming, diving, snorkelling, horseback riding and bushwalking.


Furthermore, the Anchorage Port Stephens has a number of mountain bikes available free of charge - another wonderful option to explore the region. Needless to say, that the Anchorage Resort also offers an inviting swimming pool that is even heated in the Australian winter!


Last but not least, the Anchorage Port Stephens runs a first-class spa complete with a sauna and beauty saloon. Having exhausted yourself exploring Port Stephens, why not spoil yourself with a long massage applied by caring hands?


Kick back and relax! Incidentally, the seaside town Port Stephens in Nelson Bay is the southernmost town of the so-called Australian Holiday Coast that reaches from Port Macquarie to Coffs Harbour.


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