Idyllic Cottage Rental for Cozy Getaway near the Coonawarra Wine Region in VictoriaCasterton, Victoria (Australia)
Idyllic Cottage Rental for Cozy Getaway near the Coonawarra Wine Region in Victoria
Located 20 minutes outside of Casterton in Victoria, this idyllic cottage rental offers an incredible outdoor getaway for glampers that is conveniently just an hour away from the Coonawarra Wine Region of South Australia. There are three bedrooms and one large bathroom, accommodating up to six glampers. The first bedroom has a queen-size bed, the second bedroom comes with a double bed, and the third bedroom boasts a set of twin beds. In the bathroom, there is a vanity, a toilet, and a shower. Luxury linens and towels are provided.
In the living area, guests will find comfy sofas, a television, a DVD player, and a selection of games. Here, glampers can relax and unwind with a novel from the collection of books or cozy up with a glass of wine beside the fireplace while catching up with friends and family. When glampers get hungry, the fully-equipped kitchen is ideal for preparing delicious meals without any hassle and comes with all the necessary appliances, including a refrigerator and a microwave. Fresh ingredients are provided for a delicious breakfast in the morning, and other amenities include a washer and a dryer.
Outside, there is a wonderful, enclosed garden with a grilling area, where glampers can fire up the barbecue while the kids and dogs enjoy playing in the sun. Additionally, there are paddocks and stables for horses on-site.
This cottage boasts modern amenities and facilities for a comfortable stay. Inside the accommodation, glampers will find reverse-cycle air conditioning, a washer and dryer, and luxury linens, quilts, and fluffy towels. For entertainment, there is a television, a DVD player, a CD player, and a selection of books and games. Outside, glampers will find a patio area and an enclosed garden, ideal for dogs, as well as a barbecue, paddocks, and horse stables.
Fresh ingredients will be provided so that glampers can enjoy a delicious country breakfast.
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
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Check-in: Flexible early check-in allowed additional charge
Check out: Flexible late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
Dogs are allowed, but they must remain outside in a fully fenced-in running area on the property. There are also secure dog pens. Food and water bottles can be provided by the hosts. Guests must provide a current vaccination certificate before arriving at the property.
Horse agistment and boarding are available at the property for $15 a day in the yards or $20 a day in the stable. Guests must provide health certificates for tetanus and strangles, as well as have the horse's worming up-to-date.
Children under 12 years old have a reduced rate.
There is a special for mid-week rentals, from Monday to Thursday; for four nights booked, guests will only pay for three nights. This only applies to groups of two people or more.
The normal minimum night stay is two nights, including weekends and long weekends. For the Kelpie Festival weekend, there is a three-night minimum stay for a minimum of four adults.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Casterton, Victoria (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
Casterton is an ideal getaway spot in the Shire of Glenelg in Victoria and offers plenty of outdoor recreation for glampers. The nearby Lower Glenelg National Park is great for exploring the stunning native bushland in the area or visiting the Glenelg River, which is home to an abundance of wildlife, including platypus, kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and over 140 species of birds. Walking and cycling paths abound and are a great opportunity to discover the town’s sublime natural surroundings.
Furthermore, those looking for a change of pace can head into town and sample local cuisine at the cafes and restaurants, and avid golfers can practice their swing at Casterton Golf Club. The charming town hosts the Australian Kelpie Muster every year, and there is a variety of welcoming galleries and boutiques that showcase the local arts and crafts—perfect for an afternoon walkabout.