'Levys Beach Stone Cottage’ is located in a coastal rural setting, yet is only a 4 minute drive to Warrnambool’s thriving restaurant and retail centre. The cottage boasts beautiful panoramic views of coastal dunes, grazing paddocks and a Merri River wetland. The Merri River Cutting and Warrnambool to Port Fairy Bike Trail border the treed one acre property. It is a 15 minute walk or 1 minute drive to secluded, pristine Levys Beach. The charming cottage is truly unique in structure and setting. It has an abundance of character and is ideal for a romantic, private get away, family or a small group. The property has ample space for those who may be traveling with a boat or caravan.
Levys Beach Stone Cottage offers its guests the following -
• two upstairs bedrooms with queen beds
• an upstairs living room with great views and balcony
• downstairs kitchen, bathroom, living area and a study with sofa bed
• television, sound bar and blue ray player are provided both up and downstairs
• an enclosed southerly veranda and bedroom with a bunk bed
• downstairs has perimeter decking with lovely views
• garage with remote control door, BBQ and laundry
‘Levys Beach Stone Cottage’ is truly unique in character and setting. Situated on a narrow strip of raised land the cottage is surrounded by coastal dunes, grazing paddocks and Merri River flood plains.
The cottage is in a beautiful natural setting yet is still very close to the city hub. Only a few minutes drive away are swimming beaches, the seafront promenade and breakwater precinct, Lake Pertobe’s Adventure Playground, stunning coastal viewpoints, Logan’s Beach Whale Nursery and the Flagstaff Maritime Museum.
Many excellent sporting facilities and recreational options are also only minutes away, including the Warrnambool Golf Course and Lawn Tennis Courts. The Warrnambool to Port Fairy Bike Trail and Merri River border the property, so a bike ride or canoe trip to the Breakwater Precinct are invigorating options.
Great options when staying at ‘Levys Beach Stone Cottage’ include -
“Exploring the variety of spectacularly local beaches and rugged coastline”
“Indulging in the abundant range of local restaurants and cafes”
“Taking a leisurely drive to iconic destinations such as ‘The Twelve Apostles’
‘Childers Cove’, ‘Bay of Martyrs’, ‘The Grampians’ and ‘Tower Hill Volcano’ or visit historic Port Fairy”
“Riding the Warrnambool to Port Fairy Bike Trail”
“Searching out the many quality uncrowded south west surfing options”
“Diving or snorkelling around Warrnambool’s Marine Reserve featured in the film ‘Oddball’ ”
“Experiencing other quality attractions that include ‘Flagstaff Hill and Maritime
Museum’, the Foreshore Promenade and Breakwater Walk, Logan’s Beach Whale Nursery and Lake Pertobe’s Adventure Playground".