Anglesea Overboard

A small but beautifully styled house with spectacular, world class ocean view has all the 'mod cons' and luxuries you could want in an ‘indulgent seaside retreat.…

Designed for a couple with a queen size bed. It has a romantic wood fire, beautiful new bathroom, reverse-cycle air conditioner, (to warm you when you don’t feel like chopping wood), well appointed kitchen, large screen LCD TV, DVD/CD, laundry facilities, games and books, courtyard with BBQ and sun deck overlooking the ocean.

In fact everything you’d expect to ensure a most enjoyable and memorable stay.

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It has just undergone a total makeover producing a very cosy seaside cottage with a ‘chic and sexy’ style while still reflecting its close connection to the sea.

The standard has been kept high and ‘on par’ with our original, ‘flagship’ cottage, 'Aireys Overboard', (which has been in 'Home Beautiful' magazine,'52 Good Weekends Away’ and has been featured in the Age NewspaperBeautiful Accommodation Books and channel 9’s ‘post cards’ show).

The cottage is fully fenced offering security and privacy with the beach just a short 400m walk away.

It is located in a ‘Blue Chip’ area of Point Roadknight on on O’Donohues Road, well away from the ‘hustle and bustle’, yet handy to all that Anglesea and the Great Ocean Road have to offer.

So if you like the idea of snuggling up in front of a romantic wood fire on a special winters nights or laze away on the sun deck just gazing out to sea while the barbeque sizzles with your favourite fare, we strongly advise you to secure your special dates in advance to avoid disappointment.

LOCATION
Anglesea is at the true gateway to the Great Ocean Road, where the ocean meets the road. It’s the first real ‘Port-o-call’ town among many other ‘treasures’ along the world famous Great Ocean Road as it winds its way along our rugged Bass Strait coastline.

Anglesea is just 110km south-west of Melbourne, about 80 minutes from the Westgate bridge, and is bound by the ocean on one side and the Otway Ranges on the other, which includes the Lorne-Angahook State Park.