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Bay Panorama has spectacular panoramic, coastal and bay views from Lorne pier to Louttit Bay and further to Aireys Inlet.Make the most of your stay in Lorne, Victoria's favourite seaside town. A view of the sea and the coastline is a must, Bay Panorama Lorne delivers that and more. The stylish interior and luxury appointments or Bay Panorama Lorne will satisfy any discerning guests. Its location and aspect are further advantages, with a northerly orientation and a delightful walk along the foreshore to the sandy beach, shops and cafes. The Bay Panorama Lorne, Kalimna complex consists of two apartment buildings. Bay Panorama is one of the top floor apartments at the rear of the building. The extra height means that when you are seated in the lounge or at the dining table, you only see the water and coastline. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age.Bay Panorama Lorne offers free WiFi internet.Bay Panorama Lorne currently have a special discount, stay three night and pay for two from May to August or receive 10 percent discount for a two night stay during May to August.
The master bedroom has a king size bed, and sea views. The master ensuite has a spa bath with a shower, vanity and toilet. A separate bathroom has another shower, vanity and toilet.
The second bedroom offers two king single beds which can be converted to a king size bed for a couple. Both bedrooms have electric blankets, ceiling fans and carpet. All linen and bath towels are supplied (guests should bring their own beach towels).
The living area is equipped with a reverse cycle air conditioner / heater, large television, DVD, VCR and stereo system. The kitchen is fully fitted. There is a carport and lock-up garage on the ground floor of the building with stair access to the apartment on the second floor.
When you approach the living room's wall of glass or step onto the sunny balcony, the vista widens to include the full panorama of sweeping Louttit Bay, its sandy beach on the left, to the Lorne Pier on the right. Being at the end of the building, the balcony has an extra window opening to the east, while the main northerly aspect captures the maximum winter sunshine.