Self-contained cottage with simple charm in the heart of Birregurra

Maximum Occupancy - Two People

Just 2 km from Dan Hunter’s Brae Restaurant Transport details to Brae 

A short walk to Simon Stewart’s Yield Restaurant Information and booking

Accommodation off the busy tourist track where you can enjoy all the charms

of a rural town while easily accessing some of Victoria’s major tourist attractions

Perfect base for exploring the Great Ocean Road, the Otway Ranges

and the Volcanic Plains

 

Crabapples the whole fruit ...

Crabapples is at the front of our block and we live in the house behind

Our aim is to provide simple, welcoming short term accommodation with character

that speaks for itself. If your idea of luxury is simple charm, scrupulously clean surrounds

and comfortable bedding in a great location, then you’ve found the right digs!

We hope that the cottage is testament to what can be done with existing space,

pre-loved furniture, fresh paint and a lot of energy

Crabapple's kitchenette, equipped with bench top oven and hotplates, microwave,

induction hotplate, electric frypan, toasted sandwich maker, coffee plunger etc,

has all the convenient bits and bobs you need to throw together a simple holiday meal

The bedrooms are compact with comfy beds, quality bedding and linen, luggage bench with 

hanging space above

The living area is heated and cooled by reverse-cycle airconditioning and there are ceiling fans

in the living area and bedrooms

There is also a flat screen television, DVD player and audio docking station for music, radio, etc

 

We are just a short stroll from the centre of the the rural township of Birregurra in Victoria's southwest

There you will find a well-stocked General Store, Yield  Restaurant and Providore, the Royal Mail Hotel and Otway Artisan Bakery to take care of your hunger pangs

You can also enjoy browsing through the local shops, including gift shops, home-wares, clothing, antiques and collectables

Or you can simply wander through the beautiful town surrounds, including the picturesque golf course and heritage walk

Within easy reach from Melbourne and just two kilometres from Dan Hunter’s Brae restaurant, a short walk to Simon Stewart's Yield Restaurant and Providore, 30 minutes from Lorne, one hour from Apollo Bay and easy distance to the fabulous volcanic plains and dry stone walls of the western district, Crabapples is close to myriad towns, wineries, berry farms, galleries, walking and cycling tracks scattered throughout the Otways. Not to mention the attractions of the Great Ocean Road!

crabapples@westnet.com.au    0438 601 089