The SpaceSet amongst the lake and craters heartland, this property overlooks the stunning Lake Gnotuc and surrounding rolling hills. It's green and lush with manicured gardens engulfing the house.
Lakeside, the property, is fully equipped with central heating and cooling and for when it gets really cold, we can always light up the Coonara in the main living area.
Full kitchen and slate floors (excluding bedrooms) with 180 degree views of the lake from the glass window's/doors on the 'view' side of the house means we're never without natural light and beautiful scenery. Guest AccessThe guest quarters include:
2 x Bedrooms with en suites
1 x living area with 3 couches
1 x dining area (for 6)
This area has it's own privated entrance but can also be reached through the communal kitchen/ living area. It is separated by a sliding door that takes you to your own home within a home.
The deck is enormous and open for you by all. Make sure you enjoy the sunset as it's a Lakeside must. Interaction with GuestsWe are in the other half of the house and very friendly. Happy to give you advice on getting to local tourist attractions like wineries, cheese factories, chocolate factories and of course, The 12 Apostles. The Great Ocean road is only a 25 minute drive away as is Port Campbell. We're a hop, skip and jump from all the tourist attractions and also, in a very private, quiet area. The NeighborhoodOverview
Take the picturesque inland route to the 12 Apostles and discover Camperdown located on the world's third largest volcanic plain. The region's lush pastures are home to dairy farms producing mouth-watering cheeses, which can be sampled and purchased at nearby Timboon. For an indulgent afternoon, settle in for a refreshing ale and gourmet lunch at Camperdown's Red Duck Provedore.
Lakes and craters
Climb to the top of Mt Leura and Mt Sugarloaf and take in 360-degree views of the coastal ranges and rolling western plains. Volcanic activity has shaped much of the surrounding landscape, leaving a legacy of cones, lakes and craters to explore.
Keen fisher-folk will enjoy the chance to snag a few trout or chinook salmon at the many nearby lakes and streams.
For a dose of fresh country air, climb aboard your bike and head along the Camperdown to Timboon rail trail to take in rolling green pastures, lakes, historic trestle bridges and pristine bushland. Getting AroundYou must have a Car to come to this part of the work, or some mode of transport. The HWYs are long and bus systems infrequent. Other Things to NoteThe driveway and neighbouring paddocks of the property make for glorious morning walks, you can even say Hello to the cows!