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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.
Other Awesome things to do in the area and on the way to stay at Liptrap Loft!
- On the way, stop in at Prom Country Cheeses, near Korrumburra. Check out their award-winning varieties of sheep cheeses…
- Prom Country Food Collective – read all about “where conscientious consumers and producers come together to create a healthier local food system for all”…
- Escargot anyone? In Mirboo North diners can imagine they are in France…
- 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.
- Explore local beaches and the Cape Liptrap Lighthouse walk with stunning views across to Wilsons Promontory.
- Shallow Inlet – one of the few Victorian beaches where you can actually drive on the sand…