The Church House in Fish Creek offers the perfect luxury accommodation near Wilsons Promontory.
A leisurely 15 minutes drive and you are there at the entrance of this most southern National Park, ready to explore the bounty of beaches, fauna and flora and the many scenic walks, before returning to the quite and comfort of this spacious, stylish and unique residence to enjoy a glass of wine whilst watching the sunset over the hills.
The Church House Gourmet Retreat offers guests a choice of continental and cooked breakfast. In-house dining showcasing their own and local food and wine is also available.
Perched atop the rolling hills in South Gippsland with views to Wilsons Promontory National Park, The Church House build was featured in Grand Designs Australia series one, episode seven.
The Church House is the perfect luxury Wilsons Prom accommodation to have that special celebration or to simply relax and reconnect with nature.
Set in their 20 acre property amid some of Victoria’s most stunning natural vistas, your hosts Peter and Mary Riedel invite you to experience their genuine personal hospitality tailored to your needs.
Prices include continental and cooked breakfast, pre-dinner drink and canapes.
This suite is situated on the mezzanine floor and features a king-size bed, eclectic furnishings mixing antique and classic pieces together with silk hand-painted wallpaper giving an old-world ambience with modern comfort. The private balcony offers expansive views towards the south and Wilsons Promontory and the sitting area overlooks the living area and provides views to the north.
This suite is situated on the ground floor and has a light-filled sitting area off the bedroom with double French doors opening to your own outdoor patio leading to the garden and hot tub. It is furnished with a queen-size bed and an array of mainly European pieces. The bedhead wall feature is a hand-painted de Gourney scene. The antique porcelain was purchased in Venice - perhaps a relic from the days of Marco Polo.
This suite is situated on the ground floor and has a light-filled sitting area off the bedroom with double French doors also opening to your own outdoor patio leading to the garden and hot tub. The furnishings include a Fortuny hand-painted silk light fitting as originally designed by Mariano Fortuny in 1897. The screen used as a bedhead is a French re-production of a full-size drawing on vellum by Dutch painter Albert Eckhout in 1664.
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