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Accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula

Fingal House

Where coast and country meet, Fingal House is a magnificent family-friendly homestead set on five beautiful acres, sleeping up to 24 guests in pure private luxury amongst the green rolling hills of the Mornington Peninsula.

Within a few minutes drive are bay and surf beaches, world-class golf courses and cellar doors. Fingal House is walking distance from St Andrews Beach Brewery and is a minute drive to the Peninsula Hot Springs.

This stunning homestead boasts multiple living zones and spectacular outdoor areas, including an in-ground mineral swimming pool and spa, along with an in-ground trampoline.

It's the perfect place to gather family and friends for a weekend away, a special occasion or a private official corporate work retreat.

There are seven beautifully appointed bedrooms with plush mattresses and luxurious bedding, heating, and airconditioning.

The back entertaining area features multiple seating areas for outdoor entertaining and dining, a large built-in barbecue and cubby house with climbing wall and exit slide.

Fingal House is also perfectly set up for official corporate retreats with a large dining table capable of seating 14, a large bench bar seating eight and multiple breakout areas for presentations/meetings.

Pets (no cats) are permitted on the grounds of the property only by prior arrangement.

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100 Maxwell Road
Fingal Victoria 3939
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