Enjoy a tree change at Escarpment Grampians, the property backs onto the Grampians National Park native bushland.
The Escarpment comfortably sleeps six people with a spacious light-filled master bedroom with digital television and a king size bed looking out across the valley to Mount William, as does the second bedroom with a king bed. The third bedroom has two single beds with native bush views and beyond to the Wonderland Range.
There is a highchair, cot and a good sized enclosed deck. Located on a huge bushland block where kids can reconnect with nature and have space to explore. The Escarpment provides toys, games, books for kids, free wireless internet and Wii Sport for the bigger kids.
Relax in the spa with uninterrupted views to the towering sandstone cliffs in the distance, lounge on the deck and enjoy the local wildlife or for the more energetic, discover the Grampian's many bushwalking tracks.
Enjoy a cup of tea looking out into the treetops, watch the cockatoos fly up the valley or watch the sunrise over Mount William range, it is pure magic. You will not want to leave.
Ross can speak French, Spanish and has good knowledge of Mandarin and German.
Higher rates for long weekends, Easter, school holidays, Melbourne Cup weekend, Jazz Festival and NYE three night minimum preferred. Easter is a four night minimum.
Relaxed and affordable elevated treetop haven nestled beneath the majestic cliffs of the Grampians National Park. Comfortably sleeps six, offering three spacious light-filled bedrooms, suitable for couples, small groups or families. Open plan living, views from deluxe spa, bedrooms and two decks. Free wireless and two digital televisions (lounge and master bedroom), spa with uninterrupted views to the towering sandstone cliffs. Walk to Halls Gap village. Stunning views from two decks, abundant local wildlife. Discover the Grampian's many bushwalking tracks. Elevated entertaining deck with barbecue, quiet and elevated bushland setting. Wii-Sport, highchair, toys and books available for little ones.
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