The beach house is a very relaxing space with all the creature comforts for a perfect holiday. It's the perfect size for 1-3 couples or 2 families with the kids sharing in the bunk room.
A large living, dining and kitchen zone are on the first level which open out onto 2 great size decks. Both decks have spectacular views to the ocean and the famous Aireys lighthouse. Large screen TV with foxtel sport package. There is also a powder room on this level.
The first level also has a master bedroom with queen size bed, large walk in robe plenty of room for a cot if needed and a ensuite.
The ground level has 1 queen size bedroom and 1 bunk room with 2 bunk beds 1 with a trundle. These open on to another large living space with couches and room to relax. There is a bathroom with bath, shower and separate toilet. A large laundry with washing machine is also on this level.
There is a large backyard to roam around with a cubby house and sand pit for the kids.
Aireys is a quiet, chilled out, relaxed area so we ask our guests to restrict noise from 10pm onwards to keep our lovely neighbours happy.
Aireys Inlet is located on the scenic Great Ocean Road, between the larger centres of Anglesea and Lorne, and nestled between the bushland of the Otway Ranges and the rugged coastline.
We're biased but we think it's an amazing country/coastal town.
2 mins walk to a spectucular walking track along the coastline
5 mins walk to Gully beach
10 mins walk to the famous Aireys Pub, Aireys General Store, Mr T cafe, Restaurant A La Greque
10 mins walk to Sunnymead beach
20 mins walk to the lighthouse
5 mins drive to Fairhaven
10 mins drive to Roadknight great kids beach here
15 mins drive to Anglesea
20 mins drive to Lorne
A few kilometres west of Aireys Inlet is Fairhaven Beach, which is renowned for its surf, and Eastern View which is the site of the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch, commemorating the construction of the road as a memorial to those that lost their lives during World War One. A little further along the Great Ocean Road is Cinema Point where sweeping views of the coast can be enjoyed.
The Great Otway National Park, inland from Aireys Inlet, features fern gullies, waterfalls and includes the steep timbered ridges of the eastern Otways.