Situated in the leafy lighthouse precinct of Aireys Inlet, Windy Hill is only minutes walk away from the Split Point Lighthouse and tearooms. Even closer is Steppy Beach, where you can swim or snorkel or just enjoy the quiet cove. Kids will enjoy the playground, sanctuary and the inlet, all within a stones throw of Windy Hill so you can put the car away! Even the shops are a delightful stroll up the cliff walk with spectacular views along the coast.
A Classic '50's Beach House
Windy Hill is one of the original beach houses of the Great Ocean Road. In winter you can sit by the wood fire and catch up with your favourite movie in front of the large screen TV. Or enjoy the winter sun from the enclosed verandah or north facing deck where a gas barbecue and outdoor furniture are provided. It has the retro beach house vibe that will take you back to holidays with your grandparents with the convenience of modern day touches such as a dishwasher and large deck.
Windy Hill sleeps up to 8 with 2 bedrooms with Queen sized beds, and one with a Double and a set of Bunks. We do not supply linen but it is available on request for a fee per person.
And don't forget to pack the coffee for the coffee machine.
We understand the need for affordable family accommodation and provide a homely, well positioned house in the highly sought after lighthouse precinct of Aireys Inlet.
And if you are staying for a weekend, we can help you make the most of Sunday with a late checkout.
No car? Windy Hill is just 400 metres from the bus stop and within easy walking distance of shops and beaches.
Please note that being an older style home we do not have air conditioning or central heating, but rely on the woodfire to keep the house warm. There is one radiator, but you will need to light the fire on those cooler nights. Wood is supplied.
The Great Ocean Road
Aireys Inlet boasts a stretch of coast where a wide variety of pursuits can be enjoyed. Surfing, swimming, canoeing, snorkelling, cliff and beach walks are all within walking distance of Windy Hill. And you can always head up the valley to the Great Otway National Park where walks take you to waterfalls, fern gullies and steep timbered ridges. Horse riding is available and the riders can regularly be seen taking advantage of the long stretch of beach from Aireys to Fairhaven.