Craypot Cottage

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16 Pitcher Street, Port Campbell, VIC, 3269
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Port Campbell Holiday Rental

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Craypot Cottage offers a light filled home, surrounded by plants and a welcoming atmosphere.

With four bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a bath that looks out into the garden, it is a couples delight or a group escape.

A large equipped kitchen and comfortable lounge with Netflix and Wi-Fi. An outdoor yard filled with natives and fruit trees and an in ground trampoline for the kids, this is a place you will be glad you have escaped to.

Only a 10 minute drive the 12 Apostles, 200 metre walking into Port Campbell town centre and beach.

​Craypot Cottage is a renovated space that has the touch of home inspiration. Open living with the lounge, dining and kitchen. A large marble bench for your cooking needs, induction cook top, electric oven and a plumbed in fridge.

Outdoor offers a large yard with an array of plants and trees, in ground trampoline, outdoor table and barbeque.

They are happy to hear from you no matter what your enquiry might be. Write an email or give them a call to find out what type of accommodation might suit you during your stay in Port Campbell.

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