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Goughs Bay Holiday Cottages

Four self-contained cottages in a peaceful setting,
on the shores of Lake Eildon, and just 15 minutes from Mansfield. (see map)

The ideal place for a romantic getaway, holiday, or as a base while exploring the sights and delights of the beautiful High Country and alpine areas.

Our well appointed cottages will accommodate up to 8
and are ideal for couples, families and groups.

We are pet friendly.

Goughs Bay Holiday Cottages
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Carefully chosen decor, polished floorboards and gentle surroundings give the cottages a special ambience.

The newly updated kitchens with gas cooktop, microwave, electric frypan, toaster, full size refrigerator, and tea and coffee making facilities are ideal for cooking up a holiday storm.
Settle down and relax in front of the TV with FM radio/DVD.

Your comfort, privacy and safety are our priority
Each cottage is designed for year round comfort:
Reverse cycle air conditioning, added luxury of wood fire heater in 2 units, separate ensuite bathrooms.

*** Please bring all your own doonas, linen and towels.

Watch life go by from the private verandahs.
Shared BBQ facilities and outdoor seating for any time of the day breakfasts.

There is plenty of space for children and your pets to play.

Convenient to the water
Stay only a few minutes from Lake Eildon’s boat launching ramps, where you can enjoy the excitement of water sports.

Lake Eildon and the Delatite River are only minutes away for those keen on fishing.

The high country beauty of Mt Buller- Stirling is less than an hour’s drive away
… just relax in the tranquil country setting
and enjoy the peace, nature and the local wildlife.

See our website for more details.

Goughs Bay Holiday Cottages – pet friendly
A unique accommodation experience at Goughs Bay in the Mansfield area,
part of the High Country of north-east Victoria Australia

Mansfield: the all-year-round gateway to the mountains, rivers and lakes: the waterways of Lake Eildon,
the Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail and the winter snowfields of Mt Buller Stirling.

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