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Campbell Point House

 
Campbell Point House is set amongst 10,000 acres of lush National Park on the banks of Lake Connewarre and has sweeping views across the Bellarine Peninsula. Designed with the distinctive ‘Chateaus of the Loire Valley’ in France as inspiration, the hotel exudes the ultimate in elegance, comfort and style.
The land was purchased in 2005 and owners Meg and Aaron Parkhill, originally built the mansion as a family home. The property has recently undergone a conversion into a private boutique hotel, comprising 8 luxurious suites and accommodating a maximum of only 30 people.
There is a deliberate emphasis on privacy at the property, with access to and use of the hotel and its facilities strictly limited to booked resident guests. This ensures a peaceful and relaxing escape where guests are assured privacy and seclusion. With its private forest of trees and fully automated entry gates and expansive formal gardens, the tranquil grounds of Campbell Point House offers absolute seclusion and privacy.
The entertainment and relaxation options are endless, with an infinity pool, championship grass tennis court, day spa and private jetty. Guests can experience professional chef services, which can be enjoyed in the one of many suites, outdoor areas or the spectacular conservatory.
The mansion also includes a large open plan French provincial informal lounge and bar, complete with a conservatory, cigar lounge, billiards room, formal dining hall and a spacious entranceway.
Located just over 60 minute’s drive from Melbourne, guests can drive to the property or utilise the onsite helipad (15 minutes by helicopter). It is the perfect location to enjoy surrounding award-winning restaurants and wineries along the wonderful natural sites of the Surf Coast and the Great Ocean Road.
The property will also be available for a strictly limited number of events per year and will also be available for conferences and retreats.
Rates start from $900 per suite per night inclusive of luxury accommodation, dinner and breakfast.
Campbell Point House will welcome hotel guests from 1 September 2018.