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Holiday at Moyne Cottage between the river and sea. Moyne Cottage is situated on the Moyne River, less than 100 metres to East Beach. Once you step out the front door of the Cottage and around the corner there you'll find the incredibly beautiful East Beach. The river and the sea are also very close.

Moyne Cottage was built at the beginning of the 1900's and started life as a farmhouse. It moved to its prime location over 80 years ago. It offers great space, with large rooms to enjoy your holiday break in Port Fairy.

The Cottage is rustic in charm and character, while being simply furnished and very suitable for families. It would be lovely for you to visit and enjoy Moyne Cottage, its great location, its history and the charms of Port Fairy from one of the best locations you can get!

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Price & booking

Moyne Cottage

Room capacity: 3

The Cottage has three bedrooms, the main room featuring a great view of the Moyne River. Electric blankets on four of the beds. A porta-cot and high chair for the youngest member of your family is supplied. The cottage sleeps eight people. Bedroom One has one Queen and one Single bed. Bedroom Two has two single beds. Bedroom three has one Double and one Single bed. Two bathrooms are featured. Each has a toilet, basin and shower. The cottage sleeps eight people.

Payment methods accepted
Cancellation and booking policy

Deposit to be paid on booking. Balance of payment to be paid before stay begins.

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Local directions:

Travelling from Melbourne into Port Fairy, turn left at Regent Street and travel a couple of blocks to Gipps Street. Turn left into Gipps Street, travel over the bridge spanning the Moyne River. Take the first turn to your right (heading towards Battery Point). Moyne Cottage is the fourth house on your left - number 90 Griffith Street. Moyne River is on your right.

  • Car park
  • Cots available
  • High chair
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • TV/lounge Area
  • Art and craft
  • Crabbing
  • Visitor Information Centre