Liptrap Loft

Last Updated on July 26, 2019

Liptrap Loft accommodation, wonderfully different.

There is something special about ‘discovering’ a new place to stay. It does not matter how many people have been there before as it is still a brand new experience.

We loved staying at Liptrap Loft, quirky features were to be discovered all over the property. The outdoor solar shower is great, though there is also a Japanese inspired bathhouse, so no need to fear!

With so many stunning beaches, historic limestone kilns, Cape Liptrap Lighthouse, eclectic villages and one of Victoria’s best-loved National Park’s all on the doorstep this a great base for a holiday or weekend getaway.

The open plan living in Liptrap Loft works so well, cosy, warm and such a relaxing space. Everything needed for a country getaway is included in the kitchen. The log-burning fire warms the entire shack beautifully, making it snug and a place that invites its guests to linger.

Set in 5-acres of private garden and bush with no neighbors to be seen – just sheep, birds and the occasional visit from koalas and other wildlife, ensure peace and a restful environment.

A Japanese inspired bathhouse is not something one would expect, but do expect it! The sunken tiled tub with a shower overhead and sliding doors to give a fabulous view out across the fields is fabulous. Go solar if you prefer though as there is a very unusual arrangement to be found out the back underneath the elevated water tank.

Cape Liptrap Lighthouse is about 15 minutes drive away and a top spot to watch sunsets and sunrises as well as views across to Wilsons Prom in the distance. The Prom National Park entry is a 30 minute away. The coastline is rugged along this section and then it winds around to Waratah Bay and a beach stretching right along to the little town of Sandy Bay miles away.

Fleur and Mike, from Dufflebird manage a number of unique properties, Liptrap Loft is a special place that we can enthusiastically recommend after having stayed recently.

Other Awesome things to do in the area and on the way to stay at Liptrap Loft!

  1. On the way, stop in at Prom Country Cheeses, near Korrumburra. Check out their award-winning varieties of sheep cheeses…
  2. Prom Country Food Collective – read all about “where conscientious consumers and producers come together to create a healthier local food system for all”…
  3. Escargot anyone? In Mirboo North diners can imagine they are in France…
  4. Alison Lester, one of Australia’s most loved authors – children’s books such as ‘Are we there yet?’ can be found in this delightful little shop in Fish Creek… as well as some superfood in nearby cafes.
  5. Explore local beaches and the Cape Liptrap Lighthouse walk with stunning views across to Wilsons Promontory.
  6. Shallow Inlet – one of the few Victorian beaches where you can actually drive on the sand…
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