Country farmhouse in rural setting

Aashay B&B

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Fish Creek, Victoria

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64 Savages Road,
Fish Creek,
Victoria
3959.

Located on 2.5 acres just seven kilometres out of Fish Creek on the road towards Wilsons Promontory National Park, Aashay B&B provides an ideal setting to appreciate how unspoilt this part of South Gippsland is. Guests are accommodated in the front section of the accommodation home, looking out over farm and bushland. You have a Queen room with a television and ceiling fan, a private sitting room with another television(and should you be travelling with family or friends, the sofa can be turned into a double sofa bed), a private bathroom with toilet, shower and vanity, and an amenities nook with bar fridge, kettle, toaster oven, microwave and everything you need to make your stay comfortable. A Continental breakfast is included in the tariff and served in the dining room. Shadow, the dog, is most likely to welcome you upon arrival, as are Becka-Roo (our rooster) and his 15 girls who get to roam free around the property. Plenty of birdlife around as well, and if you are lucky you may even see a koala. The entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park is a short 20-minute drive, and another 25 minutes gets you to Tidal River. A range of quiet beaches are 10 to 15 minutes by car from Aashay B&B. Eric speaks Dutch, French and German as well....

Indicative Rates

$160 to $175


Price is per couple per night including Continental breakfast. Twin accommodation additional $30.00. Extra persons $50.00 pp

Product Types

  • Bed and Breakfast

Facilities found here

  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
  • Non Smoking
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Outdoor Furniture

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Queen Room with rural outlook over garden and bush.
Private sitting room with sofa which can convert into a double bed
Private bathroom with shower, toilet, vanity and farm view
Outdoor seating on the front verandah
Free range chickens in the garden
Mount Bishop lookout at Wilsons Promontory National Park