Stay 3 nights, pay for only 2 nights
Third night free*
As the closest luxury accommodation to the Twelve Apostles, Alkina Lodge is perched on a hilltop overlooking the Southern Ocean. Alkina offers the discerning traveller private luxury accommodation on the Great Ocean Road.
Designed by award-winning architects Glenn Murcutt and Wendy Lewin, the Lodge accommodates up to twenty-four people, offering complete luxury and privacy providing a wonderful escape for couples, small groups and families.
Beautifully appointed, each lodge is equipped with a Gaggenau dream kitchen, Nespresso coffee machine, bespoke open fire-place, high-end audio system (Bose or Bang and Olufsen), satellite television, Wi-Fi internet, designer furniture and outdoor entertainment terrace with Weber gas barbecue.
Set on 110 acres of native bushland, the property is just a short drive from some of the most spectacular coastal attractions including the iconic 12 Apostles. The surrounding environment is home to native wildlife and unique natural attractions.
Alkina Lodge combines a sense of adventure and relaxation and gives new meaning to the word luxury. Beyond a place to stay, Alkina Lodge is an experience like no other.
Prices vary according to the time of year and number of people staying. Price includes continental breakfast provisions for the entirety of stay for all guests.
The master bedroom in each lodge is furnished with a luxury king bed. The other three bedrooms come with king beds that can be converted into two king singles as required. Enjoy stunning ocean views from the master bedroom of your lodge, wake up to the sight of kangaroos feeding just outside your bedroom window, and appreciate the abundance of native bird life, from bold laughing Kookaburras and petit Blue Wrens, to Sulphur Crested Cockatoos and cheeky Magpies. By night, glass ceilings provide spectacular glimpses of the Milky Way, with celestial beauty being uninterrupted by the lights of the city.
Third night free*
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