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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.

Boutique Stays - Larkana

Larkana boasts a luxurious, open plan living and kitchen space that flows out to north-facing entertainment areas, a spectacular swimming pool, spa and fully equipped pool house - including barbeque and outdoor dining.

The contemporary home is ideal for families, comprising of five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two additional toilets, along with a second living space which is a perfect retreat for the kids.

Park the car and walk to the beach, Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club and the township with ease.

Property features: five large bedrooms, three bathrooms, sleeps 10, wireless internet, dual living and dining spaces, dual covered outdoor entertaining areas barbeque and high-end outdoor furnishings. Central pool and heated spa, beautiful daybeds alongside the pool, outdoor shower, less than 10 minute walk to Sorrento Beach.

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34 Saint Pauls Road
Sorrento Victoria 3943
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