Jacomb’s Cottage Walhalla

Jacomb’s Cottage Walhalla is a charming old style cottage in the historic gold-mining town of Walhalla, Gippsland, only 2.5 hours east of Melbourne in the foothills of the Victorian Alps.

The cottage replicates one of the outbuildings of the former Jacomb’s Criterion Hotel which was originally built in 1867, during the height of gold-mining in the town. The original Criterion Hotel was delicensed in 1913 at the end of the gold-era and demolished soon after.

Jacomb’s Cottage is a magical place, perfect for a romantic getaway, a family trip or to sight-see.

  • Accommodation Type: Self-Contained
  • Check In: 2pm
  • Check Out: 10.30am
  • Number of guests: Up to 4
  • Bedding Configuration: Two bedrooms – 1 x queen sized bed, 1 x queen bed or 2 x single
  • Linen: Included
  • Heating/Cooling:  Wood heater in the living room, and electric heating provided throughout
  • Meals: Full kitchen facilities available
  • Additional details: Native/cottage garden, Radio-CD player, magazines, books and games also provided
  • Child-Friendly: Yes
  • Smoke-Free: Yes (However, outdoor smoking is permitted)
  • Accessibility: A small step is required to enter the cottage, and the outside path is a little uneven.
  • Pricing: $200 per couple each night, extra adults $50

How to get here: 

These days by car, a comfortable two and a half hours drive will take you to Walhalla through the most beautiful Victorian countryside.

Take the Monash Freeway (M1) which then becomes the Princes Highway and exit at Moe and follow the Walhalla signs via Erica and Rawson.

Jacomb’s Cottage (150 Main St) is situated on the main road 400m from the Rotunda, on the right hand side of the road after the Star Hotel.

If you need a map, we have you covered – https://goo.gl/maps/c3pUnBUrmdSJuDdh6

 


Jacomb's Cottage Walhalla