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A few years ago this was a popular tour of the lighthouse with accommodation in two buildings and a museum. All of the buildings are still there, but there is no tour of the lighthouse, no accommodation anymore. Several of the buildings are empty and...More
Just an overnight stay but once we got in there it was quite enjoyable. Comfy, old cottage, but it's the views and the peace you come for. Two problems on the night, one being the the shower head was broken (Museum cottage) and unusable. The...More
Several larger accommodation cottages on offer but we choose 'The Inspectors Room'.
A small but adequate old style room with bathroom containing large shower & separate small 'kitchen in the Cupboard ' with Microwave & Tea & Coffee making plus toaster.
This is a historic...More
I'm quite the fan of lighthouses in general, more so the ones along Ireland's coastlines, but after visiting cape otway and all of its touristy knick knack front I was not thoroughly impressed given that the best part of the whole experience was the view...More
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Response from Cape Schanck L, Manager at Cape Schanck Light StationResponded 8 January 2016
This accommodation is perfect for those who love some history and quirky place to stay. There was something extremely beautiful about being in the light station at sunset sunrise. It's quite near the Mornington peninsula hot springs which we frequented.
US$102 - US$282 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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