The Peninsula Hot Springs has been a landmark destination of Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula for decades, and you can now extend your stay overnight, thanks to their new accommodation and moonlit bathing!
10 glamping tents are now located on site, each containing its own private deck, en suite, king bed, and walk-in wardrobe.
Interiors designed by Kim Kneipp feature luxury touches such as brass tapware, and concrete aggregate floor heated with the springs’ geothermal water.
Truth be told, these are more like hotel rooms than tents – the only difference is the canvas walls, which allow guests to hear the calming, natural sounds of the surrounding elements!
Also new to the Peninsula Hot Springs is the addition of moonlit bathing. Guests can choose to book a session in the main bath house (featuring over 50 springs) open until 11pm, or in the Spa Dreaming Centre open until 5am. This latter section is a quieter area containing several smaller springs along with saunas, and a Moroccan hammam.
The writer stayed as a guest of Peninsula Hot Springs.