Specially designed for your indulgence, with corner spa,
romantic gas log fire, heated floor and towel rails in the bathroom,
rich timbers and a wonderful nautical theme throughout. Although built
with couples in mind, it sleeps up to five guests in total
comfort, (although preferably four if all adults), and the entire cottage
is for your exclusive use.
Other facilities include air-conditioning, fully appointed kitchen
with dishwasher, TV, DVD, CD player, deck with BBQ, laundry facilities,
books, games and cd/dvds. All bedding and linen, hand and bath towels,
hairdryer, even a personal safe to safeguard valuables.
The main bedroom takes up the entire mezzanine style upper level
with a luxurious Queen size bed and its own 'Juliet Balcony'. It
has views to the lighthouse and over the picturesque 'Allan Noble Sanctuary'
and pond, teaming with bird life. While downstairs there's the cosy "bunk
room" with a 'Trilogy Bed', (a double bed with a single bed bunk
above), best used for luggage when two adults accommodate the room.
Minimum ages apply for use of bunk.
The essence and romance of the coast are so wonderfully
captured and reflected throughout this unique and enchanting seaside
cottage that your stay will be an experience that you’ll remember
for years to come. It's in the ideal location from which to explore
our rugged coast and hinterland, or simply relax, unwind and
The sound of the waves and smells of the bush and ocean will calm
your senses, or else sound of the bubbling brook that cascades
and meanders along the verandah and deck surely will.
Our original ‘Flagship’ cottage which we are very
proud of, has been featured in "Home
Beautiful" magazine, '52 Good Weekends
Away 2007', Good Weekends Away and featured in the Age
Newspaper, Beautiful Accommodation Books.
So...what are you waiting for...?
and experience something different…
is too short not to indulge!
Just 90 minutes from Melbourne on the Great Ocean Road, in the cosy coastal
hamlet of Aireys Inlet, (the coasts' best kept secret), you'll find 'Aireys
Overboard Seaside Cottage'.
Located between native forest and the 'deep blue sea' on the Painkalac Creek,
Aireys Inlet offers the best of everything, from its long sandy beaches
and enchanting rock pool coves with cliffs, caverns, even the odd 'Mermaid
Pool', to the 'Lorne Angahook State Park'. It is on arguably the most
beautiful coastline in Australia and is much quieter than its neighbouring
Anglesea and Lorne.
It’s home the Split-point Lighthouse, the Allan Noble Sanctuary
and the Bark Hut and no less than five magnificent and unique beaches.
Centrally located and on the beach-side of The Great Ocean Road, the
'Overboard' is just a short stroll or drive to everything on offer. And only
minutes away from bustling Lorne or Anglesea.