Gowrie Guest House
Gowrie Guest House offers loft-style accommodation right in the heart of historic Port Albert.
The accommodation is located at the rear of historic Gowrie House which dates back to 1856. Walk up the stairs, through a private entrance, to the loft. There is a separate lounge room with a couch, TV, fridge, microwave, toaster and tea/coffee making facilities. The bedroom has a double bed and one single, and there is a bathroom.
Outside is a private courtyard with a dining table and relaxing seating. There is also a BBQ area and fire pit set within the coastal gardens of the property. The gardens also include a 3 hole golf course with clubs and balls supplied.
Complimentary bicycles with helmets are available for guests to explore historic Port Albert.
At the front of the property is the gift shop Interiors By Jade. Housed in the former drapery store which was built in 1856, guests receive a 10% discount on purchases.
Gowrie Guest House is located just a short walk from Port Albert's harbour with its spectacular views of Wilsons Promontory and the surrounding waterways. Dine on freshly caught seafood at Wildfish Restaurant or enjoy breakfast, lunch or coffee at Port Albert Cafe & Wine Bar, which is just a few doors down from Gowrie Guest House. Walk across the road to the Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum where you can uncover the history of the district.
Explore nearby attractions including the stunning Agnes Falls, Tarra-Bulga National Park and other coastal communities including Port Welshpool and Woodside Beach. Golfing enthusiasts can drive drive less than 15 minutes to Yarram Golf Club which was voted the top volunteer golf course in Australia.
Your hosts look forward to welcoming you to Port Albert soon.
- Entire property sleeps 3 people
- BBQ facilities
Nightly rates from:
Rates are based on two people. An extra person is $15 per night.
Walk 250 metres to the water's edge
- South-east along Tarraville Road
- Cross Tarraville Road at Victoria Street
- East through Memorial Park to water's edge at boat ramp