Cricklewood is a self-contained cottage located in a private setting at the end of the village of Archies Creek, a short drive to some of Victoria's most spectacular coastline. The nearest beach is just five minutes' drive away and you'll be in Phillip Island or Inverloch within 20 minutes.
Ideal for couples or small groups looking for either an active or restful stay. Relax in the spa, gaze on the gorgeous rural views, watching cows from the comfort of the lounge in front of the fire or laze upon the hammock on the huge back deck. Alternatively just lie on the beach and soak up some rays. If you're feeling energetic, there are some great local walks or rides - along the coast between Kilcunda and San Remo or the Bass Coast Rail Trail. Or visit the many local markets and wineries.
If you don't want to eat on the deck, why not try one of the locals - including the Old Dalyston Deli, the Killy Kilcunda Pub, the Killy Cafe and the Ozone Hotel in Dalyston. The Royal Mail at Archies Creek is a quirky local pub and only a 3 minute walk away - so you don't have to worry about having that extra glass
Just 90 minutes from Melbourne's CBD, Cricklewood is the ideal getaway for up to 4 holidaymakers.
Please note that it is not suitable for children under 5.
What is supplied
Basic kitchen supplies are provided - tea, coffee, cooking oil, salt and pepper. Guests supply their own sheets, towels and food, although linen is available for an additional $30 per bed per stay. Doonas and pillows are provided. Cricklewood is fully self-contained, with full-sized oven, cook top, microwave and fridge. It even has a dishwasher and washing machine. Heating is via a wood burner or split system. Air conditioning, a wide deck, great insulation and sea breezes keep it cool in summer.
If you also need accommodation in Melbourne, check out Arcadia, our St Kilda apartment, just a short stroll from Acland Street and the beach:
Special discounts apply for guests staying at both properties.