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Aireys-on-Aireys, Aireys Inlet

Luxury two and three bedroom architect self-contained villas, on ocean side of Great Ocean Road, in native garden setting. Fully equipped kitchen and laundry with linen and towels provided. Conveniently located around the corner from public tennis courts, General Store, Post Office, restaurants, art galleries and hotel. Within close, easy walking distance to Sandy Gully Beach, cliff walks and Lighthouse. Privacy and luxury accommodation assured.

Accommodation Options


Two single or king-sized singlebeds or queen-sized double bed.


Double spa, hairdryer, shower, toilet and basin.


Dishwasher, microwave, stove/oven, refrigerator, and coffee machine.


Split-system air conditioner, wood stove, television/video/CD and lounge suite.


North and south facing balconies on second storey off lounge room.

Popular Activities

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  • Fishing
  • Beach

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