Accommodation in Aireys Inlet

Aireys InletAireys Inlet – a quiet seaside village that boasts no big hotels and no traffic jams. Instead, you’ll find funky restaurants and hideaways, secluded beaches, artists, wilderness walks and plenty to space to relax and unwind.

Located about 120 Kilometres from Melbourne, you’ll find Airey’s Inlet about halfway between the busier towns of Anglesea and Lorne.  As you drive along the Great Ocean Road you can’t miss the Split Point Lighthouse. This stunning lighthouse was built in 1891 and is said to be haunted.

Nearby Fairhaven Beach is the longest beach on the Great Ocean Road.  It’s readily accessible as the road backs the entire beach. The southerly aspect exposes the beach to waves averaging 1.5m. The perfect beach for long walks with sand between your toes and wind in your hair.

For bushwalking and picnics be sure to check out the 3000 ha Angahook-Lorne State Park - considered one of the best forest reserves on the coast.

Accommodation and Lodging in Airey's Inlet

Lightkeepers Inn Aireys InletLightkeeper's Inn Motel - Aireys Inlet 

This family owned motel is centrally located in Aireys Inlet - park your car and walk to the beach, shops, and restaurants. 

Lightkeepers Inn is a delightful accommodation in built with a uniquely designed structure using rammed earth; resulting in a warm and cosy feel.  Set in established and abundant gardens, Lightkeeper's Inn has 20 rooms, a conference room and training area and solar heated swimming pool with adjoining BBQ area.

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Overboard Seaside Cottages Accommodation in Aireys InletOverboard Seaside Cottage in Aireys Inlet
This Self-contained cottage is designed to indulge your need to relax in style and comfort. The sound of the waves and smells of the bushland will calm your senses. A bubbling brook that cascades and meanders along the verandah connecting you with this fantastic natural setting.

Aireys Inlet offers the best of everything, from its long sandy beaches and enchanting rock pool coves with cliffs, caverns, even the odd 'Mermaid Pool', to the 'Lorne Angahook State Park'. It is on arguably the most beautiful coastline in Australia and is much quieter than its neighbouring Great Ocean Road villages Anglesea and Lorne.

The main bedroom takes up the entire mezzanine style upper level with a luxurious Queen size bed and its own 'Juliet Balcony'.  It has views to the lighthouse and the picturesque 'Allan Noble Sanctuary' which is teaming with bird life. While downstairs there's a double bed with a single bed bunk above.

Specially designed for your indulgence, with corner spa, romantic gas log fire, heated floor and towel rails in the bathroom, rich timbers and a wonderful nautical theme throughout. Although built with couples in mind, it sleeps up to five guests in total comfort, (although preferably four if all adults), and the entire cottage is for your exclusive use. Other facilities include air-conditioning, fully appointed kitchen with dishwasher, TV, DVD, CD player, deck with BBQ, laundry facilities, books, games and cd/dvds. All bedding and linen, hand and bath towels, hairdryer, even a personal safe to safeguard valuables.

The essence and romance of the coast are so wonderfully captured and reflected throughout this unique and enchanting seaside cottage that your stay will be an experience that you’ll remember for years to come. It's in the ideal location from which to explore our rugged coast and hinterland, or simply relax, unwind and just enjoy.

Finding Our Aireys Inlet Accommodation
Just 90 minutes from Melbourne on the Great Ocean Road, in the cosy coastal hamlet of Aireys Inlet, (the coasts' best kept secret), you'll find 'Aireys Overboard Seaside Cottage'.

Centrally located and on the beach-side of The Great Ocean Road, the 'Overboard' is just a short stroll or drive to everything on offer. And only minutes away from bustling Lorne or Anglesea.

ph: (+61) 3 5289 7424
mobile: 0417 341 367
email: stay@overboardcottages.com.au
web: www.overboardcottages.com.au