Nestled amongst the trees along the West Ovens River in Harrietville, at the base of Mt Hotham Alpine Resort, Mountain View Holiday Retreat is the perfect place to relax and unwind in nature. Or if you are looking for adventure they are many amazing adrenaline activities to choose from nearby.
Whether you take it easy or get active in the outdoors you will leave with a new appreciation of the beautiful alpine environment and an abundance of amazing memories that will last a lifetime.
Mountain View Holiday Retreat provides flexible budget accommodation options, fully catered for or self catering, and is perfect for groups.
Accommodation is set over two spacious units with 20 private en-suited rooms comprising: Queen rooms, twins, family suites and 4 to 10 share room combinations. All rooms have their own ensuite and each unit has a comfortable lounge/communal area for the you to relax or have game/movie nights.
Rate varies on number of people and size of group. Accommodation is set over two spacious units with 20 private en-suited rooms comprising Queen rooms, twins, family suites and four to ten share room combinations.
Mountain View Retreat
Mountain View Retreat has 20 en-suited rooms twin or queens and family with four to eight share options. Private room facilities including bar fridge, LCD television / DVD. Rooms are heated and carpeted. The retreat features free Wi-Fi internet available in common areas (download limits apply), guest lounge areas with complimentary tea / coffee making facilities, kitchenette with cooking facilities (available for self cater option only), communal lounges with television and DVD, plus fridges and freezers. An open fire place, barbecue facilities in garden surrounds, ski drying rooms, guest laundry, large recreation room / games room, table tennis / pool table, initiative course / adventure playground and eight person spa tub further enhance the enjoyment of your stay. On-site ski hire (winter only). Closest off mountain accommodation for access to Mt Hotham for your winter skiing.
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