Voted by the public the 8th best place to stay in Victoria (RACV 101).
"This is simply the most stunning getaway experience in the Lorne Hinterland. The contemporary accommodation is luxurious and private, offering a romantic escape, private getaway or secluded base from which to explore the Great Ocean Road and Otway Ranges. The unique 'cantilever' design of the Studios is a work of art, ensuring that from every angle guests are indulged with breathtaking views over the Great Otway National Park".
Your privacy and comfort is paramount at Window on the Otways. Perfect escape for couples looking to getaway from it all and spend quality time together. Explore the Otways and the beautiful Surfcoast beaches or do nothing except relax in the privacy of your studio.
Relax and enjoy the views from your own private and romantic spa bath or retreat to the large Zen Den swimspa set at 36.5 degrees and infra sauna for complete relaxation.
Complimentary breakfast hamper.
With just two Studios, privately spaced 100 metres apart, you only have to share this experience with your partner/lover/friend.
The studios are mirror images of each other, 5-class luxury and stunning views.
The Studios are fully self-contained with their own driveway and car park, double spa, wood-fire, LCD TVs in lounge and bedroom, reverse cycle air-conditioning, dishwasher, microwave, BBQ, fluffy robes, slippers, essential oils, candles and many extras to make your stay romantic, relaxing and memorable.
A separate pool & sauna is also available for use. Use is complementary.
Window on the Otways is on the edge of the Great Otway National Park in the Surf Coast Hinterland. It is a 15 minute drive from the resort town of Lorne and the iconic Great Ocean Road.
The guest vegetable garden is a wonderful surprise. Guests are able to harvest their own veggies.
This magnificent 30 acre property is mostly native forest - birdlife abounds and kangaroos graze in front of the Studios, a real treat when they have their young in the pouch. The Koalas are a little more difficult to spot but are around.