DULC are funky designer cabins nestled amid the beauty of the Grampians. Choose from three contemporary cabins, the one and two bedroom Mountain View cabins are single storey and the Treehouse has an attic in the trees.
All featuring elegant minimalist décor, abundant natural light, glass top bathrooms and secluded settings with tree-fringed views.
Each cabin contains king size beds, espresso machines with freshly ground coffee, gas log fires, Moran leather armchairs and couches, and spa baths with complimentary Molton Brown toiletries.
Relax on one of the day beds while reading a glossy magazine or coffee table book which is included in your tariff, or simply play one of the DVD's that has been provided for your use while at DULC.
The cabins have been built using rough radial sawn timber inside and out and decked out with all the contemporary goodies you could hope for.
DULC is situated three kilometres from the visitor Information centre on a five acre property.
Pricing is based on minimum two nights stays. Public holidays and long weekends are subject to increase in minimum nights.
This spacious one-bedroom tree house is nestled privately away and allows floor to ceiling views. Downstairs, glass doors open onto your own deck. Inside, all the facilities make it so blissfully easy for you and your loved one to rest and romance. Let yourselves stretch out on the leather couches and absorb the sun and scenery.
Mountain View - Single Bedroom
Ample spaciousness features in the modern open-plan design. After a day in the clean air of the National Park enjoy a vivifying spa. Then, with your partner enjoy a glass of wine from one of the many wineries around the region, view the afternoon sun set over mountain greens and ochres.
Mountain View - Twin Bedroom
Spend quality time with your loved ones in contemporary convenience. Imagine waking up to a creamy latte and conversation with your closest ones before you take in the beauty outside. This is what life is about.
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