Edge17 Cottage


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17 Gipps Street, Port Fairy, VIC, 3284
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Fall in love with the charming historic cottage at Edge 17. Enjoy a peaceful stay in a tranquil setting in Port Fairy, complete with your own private pathway down to the wharf on the serene river Moyne.

Featuring two bedrooms, each with a queen bed, the cottage is ideal for a family, couples or a small group of friends, with an ensuite bathroom offered in each room.

Indulge in nearby wineries and devour excellent local produce from passionate and hardworking local producers.

Experience the rugged and beautiful coastline on a walking trail, or if you would prefer, settle in to the private sun-drenched courtyard and get acquainted with the extensive library collection. In winter you may choose to snuggle up indoors by the cosy gas log fireplace.

The historic cottage occupies an enviable position on Gipps Street amongst majestic Norfolk Island pines, a short stroll to Port Fairy’s finest restaurants, cafes and boutique shopping offerings.

Make yourself at home in the fully-equipped French provincial kitchen, dining in the cottage dining room or outside in your private furnished courtyard with barbecue. You will find Port Fairy near the end of the Great Ocean Road, a three hour drive from Melbourne.


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