TYPES AND STYLES OF HOSTED ACCOMMODATION
Hosted Accommodation Australia's members offer a wide range of accommodation to suit every requirement from very small, one room stays suitable for a couple to properties that can accommodate medium to large groups.
Catering options vary and include
- Full and/or Continental breakfast prepared by the host.
- Full and/or Continental breakfast provisions that the guest prepares at their leisure. This is in accommodation that has some kitchen facilities.
- Breakfast is available for an extra charge. This option sometimes appeals to guests who are staying in a metropolitan area or town where they may want to go out for breakfast
- Totally self catering in accommodation that is self contained which includes a well equipped kitchen
Traditional Bed & Breakfast, or B&B Homestay and Farmstay Homestay
Accommodation in the residence of the host, or in guest accommodation adjacent to the residence of the host. Bathrooms may be ensuite or shared with other guests, but not with the host. Breakfast is included in the tariff and prepared and served by the host.
Self Contained Accommodation with Breakfast Provisions
Breakfast provisions for a full breakfast or continental breakfast are supplied and included in the tariff. The accommodation will have a full kitchen or sufficient facilities for the guests to prepare the food at their leisure.
Accommodation of seven or more guest rooms. Bathrooms may be ensuite or shared with other guests. The property will have a communal guest lounge and/or dining room. Breakfast may be included in the tariff or provided for an additional charge. Other meals may also be available.
Self Contained cottages/houses/cottages/farm cottages/cabins/apartments and suites
Fully self contained accommodation with kitchen facilities. Meals are not included in the tariff. Breakfast may be provided for an additional charge. Other meals may also be available.
Farm or Station Stays can be any of the above
There are many properties on this website where pets are welcome. Pets Welcome accommodation usually applies to dogs, but some country properties have facilities for guests' horses. There may be some restriction as to the size and type of dog that can be accommodated and some hosts stipulate that dogs are not allowed inside. It is recommended that anyone travelling with a pet and seeking to book accommodation should speak with the provider of the accommodation about any conditions that may apply. Owners of dogs or any other type of pet who travel in country areas need to be aware of the possibility of snake or tick bites and take necessary and sensible precautions. Describing accommodation as Pet Friendly does not infer that these hazards are not present.
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