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A-Frame Chalet, The, Halls Gap

The A-Frame Chalet is affordable scenic comfort in the heart of the Grampians National Park. The property is only 750m walking distance from the shops and restaurants. You are also at the doorstep to some amazing bush walking such as Boronia Peak. All modern facilities including central heating/cooling, fully equipped kitchen, modern B.B.Q and corner spa. All linen is supplied. Enjoy the kangeroos and other wildlife at your door step daily. Accommodation suits couples after a romantic peaceful getaway or families as the chalet accommodates up to 6 guests. Upstairs features a double bed and 2 singles on a mezzanine floor with an out door balcony. Relax outdoors on the shaded B.B.Q deck taking in all the breathtaking scenery of Boronia Peak and the Pinnacle.

Accommodation Options

Main bed room

Downstairs with spa

Mezzanine floor

Open mezzanine with a double and 2 single beds



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