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Cottages + Holiday Houses

Find a house to accommodate the whole family, a seaside shack to share with friends or a cosy cottage for two.

In the hinterland at Red Hill, Main Ridge and Arthurs Seat, or near the sea at Mount Martha, Dromana, Rye and Sorrento you can find something to suit your taste and budget. Discover cottages and holiday houses by the seaside, nestled in tree-lined hinterland valleys overlooking a lake or vines. There are tiny cottages for a self-contained romantic hideaway, or larger houses for a self-contained getaway. Find something with an open fire or seaside views.

Trelawney Beach House

Slow down, unwind and relax, surrounded by the beautiful backdrop of Mornington Peninsula’s breath-taking coastline and nature.

Trelawney Beach House is a luxury coastal property in Blairgowrie, providing guests with the most memorable getaway in one of Australia’s most beautiful regions. Combining the barefoot ambiance of being by the beach with the effortless elegance of boutique accommodation, from the moment the gates open, you’ll enter a private oasis to enjoy the laid-back, resort-style vibe.

Sleeping up to 12 people across four bedrooms and ensuites, with two large living spaces, a 14-metre heated swimming pool and two spas, there is no better place to connect with those you love and disconnect from the rest of the world.

Perfect for couples, families and groups. They have designed Trelawney in a way you will long to stay.

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