Coopers Ocean Cabin

Adults only (Dog Friendly)Modern self-contained timber and rammed earth cabin perched on a headland overlooking the Tasman sea. Enjoy the panoramic, ever-changing views of the ocean, lichen covered rocks, local wildlife, resident sea eagles and whales from your hot jacuzzi while enjoying your complimentary bottle of wine on your private deck.
Secluded in the privacy of five acres of beautiful coastal heathland. A special piece of paradise. Beautiful starry night skies and amazing sunrises. Enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine with a minimum of two-night booking. One night stays are available on request. Comfortable one bedroom fully self-contained cabin with a private spa on the deck and spectacular views overlooking the ocean. A well-equipped kitchen with a gas cooktop and microwave, as well as a BBQ. When entering this holiday destination you drive through the national park into a fully private acreage ocean front property. Wind down with a champagne in the spa while you watch the whales drift by between May and November. Other times you will get to enjoy our local wombats, pademelons, wallabies and even our resident sea eagles. Guests who are travelling with their pet doggy need to be aware this property is not fenced and has lots of wildlife about and free ranging chickens. Guests have access to Templestowe Beach via a short 200 walk.

Contact Details

11 cooper street
Seymour, 7215

0418 284 003
coopersoceancabin@gmail.com
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