Hampton Cottage is truly a place to call home. This purpose built cottage is located right in the historical precinct of Port Albert, within the grounds of Gowrie House that dates back to 1856.
Feel the warm embrace of this charming cosy cottage. The open-plan living area has comfortable couches, a TV with DVD player and a 6 seat dining table. The kitchen is well equipped with a stove, microwave, toaster, coffee machine and refrigerator. There is also a bathroom and laundry.
Hampton Cottage offers homely accommodation for couples or families. It has 2 bedrooms and can sleep up to 4 adults and 2 children.
- Bedroom 1 - queen bed
- Bedroom 2 - double bed, single bunks (for children)
Bed linen, pillows and towels are provided.
Surrounding the cottage is a lovely private coastal garden with native wildlife, fire pit, outdoor dining and BBQ facilities. Off-street vehicle parking is available.
Hampton Cottage is located just a short walk from the harbour with its spectacular views of Wilsons Promontory and the surrounding waterways.
Dine on the catch of the day at Wildfish Restaurant, try a gummy burger at Castim by the Jetty Boat Hire & Kiosk or enjoy a scrumptious breakfast, lunch, or coffee at the The General Cafe & Restaurant which is just a few doors down.
Port Albert was established in 1841 and is one of Victoria's oldest seaports. Learn about the history of Port Albert at the Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum which is located just across the road from the cottage. Take a stroll along the boardwalk and enjoy the panoramic water views that make Port Albert so special.
Your hosts Cherrie and Marcus look forward to welcoming you to their beautiful historical town soon.
- Entire property sleeps 6 people
- BBQ facilities
- Laundry facilities
Nightly rates from:
Monday to Thursday - $200
Friday to Sunday - $220
Rates are based on 2 people. Extra guests are $30 each per night.
Due to Covid-19, there is an additional $30 cleaning fee.
A minimum stay of 2 nights applies from Friday to Sunday.
Walk 260 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