Twomey's Cottage is located in the heart of Queenscliff; a historic seaside village under the shadow of the renowned Black lighthouse, Fort walls and beaches. The Cottage has the charm of yester-year at an affordable price and is within walking distance of many attractions.
Twomey's Cottage is a quaint 1880's Victorian fisherman's cottage that boasts an open fire place, gas heating, barbecue, television, DVD player, washing machine, separate dining area and lounge room. The Cottage features two bedrooms, one with a queen bed, second bedroom with a double bed and single bed. Sleeps up to five.
The cottage is set in a central, quiet street, just steps away from the beach and the main street. The Cottage helps you step back into Queenscliff''s vibrant maritime history and renowned holiday village ambience. Enjoy eating out at the many restaurants, cafes, retail therapy, superb beaches, massages, boating and fishing, or just sit back and relax.
Imbibe in Queenscliff's major draw cards such as The Blues Train, Queenscliff Music Festival, Stingray feeding, HMAS Canberra, harbour, dolphin and seal swims, fishing trips, majestic beaches, art galleries, sporting facilities, parks, bike tracks, art galleries, Bellarine Taste Trail, wineries, Hot rod weekends, Port Phillip Bay, spa's and much more.
Visit Victoria's historic and renowned seaside village and stay in lovely heritage accommodation at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road, the Sea-road Ferries, Queenscliff art trail and the Bellarine wine and food trails.
For art lovers, Fred Williams stayed at the property painting his iconic Queenscliff series in 1971. It was the long time home of renowned musician Keith Humble who composed a number of works in the cottage. Original owner, Jeremiah Twomey was a boatman in Queenscliff from the 1850's and was said to have jumped ship with James Baillieu who built the Ozone hotel.
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