Built in 1999 and part of the larger Old St Andrews estate, this architecturally designed apartment is ideal for couples. It was renovated in 2011. The courtyard is sheltered and secluded. North, east and west facing, the balcony overlooks an orchard, native garden and beyond towards the town. The Loft is a short walk to the centre of the town and is close to everything. It includes a new, well-equipped kitchen. There is a cosy log fire for winter evenings. It is well furnished, has a small library and is decorated with local art work. There is free Wi-Fi and a smart TV, CD and DVD. There are separate laundry facilities. There is plenty of off-street parking and undercover parking for one car.
The Loft offers accommodation for up to three people in a queen bedroom and on an additional single bed in the reading alcove. Take advantage of our special rates for longer stays. Guests, especially children, are welcome to pick flowers, herbs and vegetables from the grounds of Old St Andrews and seasonal fruit from the orchard.
Old St Andrews comprises Port Fairy's former Presbyterian church and manse located on 0.4ha of landscaped grounds. It is the largest surviving estate in the centre of Port Fairy. The heritage buildings which date from 1854 and 1856 have been restored over the past twenty years. It is an ideal spot for bird watching up to 50 species have been recorded and you may even see some rare small native animals. This is one reason why the accommodation is not suitable for pets.
The Loft is in the centre of Victoria's first formally identified heritage township. It is close to fine restaurants, cafes, pubs, specialty shopping, the wharf and both beaches. The town has public sports facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool. Port Fairy is well situated for exploring the world famous volcanic landscapes of the Western District as well as wild coastlines, National Parks and a wealth of historic buildings.