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Top-rated holiday rentals in Mornington

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Villa in Mornington
Serenity-DoubleSpa-GasLogFire-Outstanding Location
Chillax & unwind in the sunken double spa with overhead heating in your private courtyard & afterwards snuggle up in your 4 poster bed with the flickering stone clad double sided fire at your feet Indulge in the romantic, intimate double shower - LGBTQ+ friendly The perfect haven to spend an idyllic break after a Peninsula day out exploring. Serenity is only 3 minutes walk to fabulous Main St & 4 mins walk to the beaches Rejuvenate in your own private zen oasis for two (2) - you deserve it!
16 – 23 Oct
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Guesthouse in Mornington
The Haven Mornington
Rest, relax & restore at this cozy, unique & tranquil retreat. Offering complete privacy with your own private courtyard & off street parking. Perfect for a romantic getaway to explore wineries, beaches, cafes, restaurants, golf, hot springs etc, . 4 min drive (2.1 klm) to Mornington's stunning beaches & just 5 min drive (2.2 klm) to Main Streets shops & Cafes. Accom - 1 Bedroom QS bed, Ensuite Toilet & Shower, Tea/Coffee/Toaster facilities, Fridge, BBQ, Outdoor setting amongst pretty garden.
29 July – 5 Aug
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Townhouse in Mornington
Indulge - Couple's Retreat Spa & Beach Getaway
Indulge is an inviting free standing townhouse located 1.3km from Main St, Mornington & Fishermans Beach. Features a lounge gas log fireplace with Smart TV above. Alfresco courtyard with double spa bath zip track blinds that can be opened up in warmer months & closed during cooler months. Upstairs a comfortable King Bed, a marbled bathroom with double shower. A massage recliner chair for ultimate relaxation after you have completed your exploring for the day with all the "PEN" has to offer.
2 – 9 Nov

Popular amenities for Mornington holiday rentals

Stay near Mornington's top sights

Mornington Pier29 locals recommend
Mornington Racecourse26 locals recommend
Casa de Playa18 locals recommend
Mornington Park41 locals recommend
The Rocks Mornington67 locals recommend
Mornington Hotel5 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Mornington

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Home in Mount Martha
Fox House - Cedar Hot Tub. Dog friendly.
6 – 13 Dec
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Home in Mount Martha
Deja View -Exquisite Views, Gas Heated Pool & Lift
27 June – 4 July
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Guest suite in Mount Martha
Designer Beach Studio - 3 minute walk to beach!
27 June – 4 July
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Guesthouse in Mount Eliza
Woodlands Tranquillity
4 – 11 Dec
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Guesthouse in Mount Eliza
The Little House - 1 Queen bed, Netflix, Wi-Fi
8 – 15 May
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Cottage in Moorooduc
Windmill Cottage for couples, Mornington Peninsula
5 – 12 Oct
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Guest suite in Dromana
Studio 45 Dromana
28 Oct – 4 Nov
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Home in Mount Martha
Sunset Bay Views
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Apartment in Mornington
Private, Sunny & Central in Vibrant Mornington
17 – 24 July
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Home in Mount Eliza
The Bay Crest Manor | Views, Pool, Beach
24 Apr – 1 May
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Apartment in Mornington
Teresa Mia Mornington
30 July – 6 Aug
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Guesthouse in Mornington
Stylish, Modern beachouse with pool 250m to beach
10 – 17 July

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Mornington

Total rentals

350 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

110 properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

50 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

90 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

260 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

12K reviews

Your guide to Mornington

All About Mornington

A suburb of Melbourne, Mornington is situated on the Port Phillip side of Mornington Peninsula, making it an easy starting point for exploring the region. Known for its village atmosphere, the town is punctuated by a 46-metre pier built in 1858, and includes a marina that offers fishing charters. Visitors can take sunny strolls along the pier, soak up the bay views, and watch the fishermen try their luck.

Art galleries, gardens, shops, and eateries are just a short walk from the pier, and there are also several pretty beaches with gentle waves within easy reach for laid-back sundowners and refreshing morning dips. Foodies flock to the wider peninsula to sample the famous local wines. Best known for its Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the region has plenty of places where you can pull over and enjoy perfectly paired dishes with sweeping views of the vineyards.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Mornington

Mornington has an oceanic climate with warm and occasionally hot summers and mild winters where temperatures rarely get below freezing. Autumn and summer are the best times to visit, when temperatures average the low-20s Celsius. The annual Peninsula VineHop Festival in November celebrates the wine, spirits, craft beer, and cider produced on the Mornington Peninsula. The Targa Florio Australia Italian motor event also takes place in November and is a draw for car enthusiasts from around the world. With mild temperatures, winter is also a nice time to stay in a holiday rental on the Mornington Peninsula. May begins with The Mornington Running Festival, where participants run as far as 21 kilometres from Mornington to Mount Martha. The Mornington Winter Music Festival in June features four days of jazz, blues, swing, traditional, progressive, and classical music.

Top things to do in Mornington

Beleura House & Garden

A state-listed 19th-century heritage house set amidst five hectares of gardens, Beleura House & Garden boasts a collection of original furnishings and objects such as a rare piano, ceramics by a famous Australian ceramicist, and several vintage automobiles. Built in 1863 by a Scottish immigrant and successful merchant, Beleura was bequeathed to the people of Victoria by a 20th-century composer, who lived there for 48 years.

Mornington Botanical Rose Gardens

Located in the centre of town and surrounded by two small art galleries, the Mornington Rose Garden is home to more than 4,000 roses that bloom in a lush setting of native Australian trees and shrubs. Maintained by volunteers, the garden’s design is based on Mornington’s yachting history.

Point Nepean National Park

Take an hour’s drive down the coast to explore Point Nepean National Park. Walk or cycle through rugged coastal landscape with panoramic ocean and bay views, explore military forts and tunnels, learn about the people who passed through the Quarantine Station, and see fascinating artefacts dating back more than 150 years.

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