With stunning mountain views, kangaroos grazing at your doorstep and roaring open log fires, the Grampians Pioneer Cottages creates a space to step back from the hectic pace of modern life.
Whether it's a romantic weekend away or a break with the kids, the cottages offer you 60 acres of beautiful native bushland as your own secluded getaway. A place to unwind and reconnect with nature all set at the foot of the Grampians National Park.
Grampians Pioneer Cottages is a natural country retreat where you stay in self-contained accommodation uniquely built from Australian and New Zealand reclaimed timbers, stone, mudbrick, corrugated iron and 100 year old redbricks.
Choose from the Redgum Log, Redbrick, Mudbrick or Stone Cottages, each with their own unique character. And reconnect with life’s simple pleasures, exquisite sunrises, glorious sunsets and some well-earned downtime.
$207 per night for two people. $237 per night for two people in peak holiday periods. $35 per night extra for an adult. $17.50 per night extra for a child (two to 16 years old). Infants free. (0-2 years old)
Mudbrick Cottage is a naturally earth formed structure and nestles into its natural Australian bush setting. Upon entering, the warm and welcoming feeling prompts many guests (especially honeymooners) to just soak up the ambience, enjoy the open fire, and dream overlooking the beautiful views of expansive hills and plains. Mudbrick Cottage features three bedrooms. Follow the timber staircase to large the master room with cathedral ceiling featuring a double bed. The second bedroom is comprised of double bed also and the third room is has four single bunk beds. The cottage has a beautiful hardwood kitchen with modern conveniences and a rustic open fireplace. There is a laundry for your added convenience and air conditioning for your comfort.
Redgum Log Cottage
Redgum Log Cottage provides a unique and beautiful place for you to relax and experience the kind of rural escape you'll always remember. Redgum Log Cottage features two bedrooms. The master room has a double bed. the second bedroom is comprised of four single bunk beds. The cottage has a beautiful hardwood kitchen with modern conveniences and a rustic open fireplace. There is air conditioning throughout for your comfort. This hand built cottage has arisen from many recycled and restored materials such as Redgum log slabs saved from the forestry, pine kitchen cupboards of New Zealand kauri pine found in the old St Arnaud Flour Mill and even the sunburst on the 1925 Range Hood comes from H.V.McKay, a Sunshine grain harvester.
As you enter this cottage you can feel the sense of history derived from all salvaged and saved building materials such as the leadlight windows from an old homestead and restored to feature either side of the fireplace and and the main pole supporting the loft from the Seppelts Winery, Great Western. Stone Cottage features three bedrooms. The master room with cathedral ceiling has a double bed. the second bedroom is comprised double bed and third room features four single bunk beds. The cottage has a beautiful hardwood kitchen with modern conveniences and dining area where even the dining table and chairs originate from a Methodist Church built in 1865. A rustic open fireplace and air conditioning add your comfort for an enjoyable stay.
Even the century old red bricks in this striking cottage have many stories to tell, and as you relax into your stay you will discover even more tales these lovingly saved and restored building materials can share with you. That is if you actually move away from the open fire, or aren't lost in the beautiful views. Redbrick Cottage features three bedrooms. Follow the Timber staircase to large the master room with cathedral ceiling featuring a double bed. The second bedroom is comprised of double bed also and the third room is has four single bunk beds. The cottage has a beautiful hardwood kitchen with modern conveniences and a rustic open fireplace. There is a laundry for your convenience and air conditioning for your comfort.
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