Unbelievable hotels: The Pole House

Taylor Lorenz 14 December 2017 NEWS

Spend a night (or more) in the most photographed house along the Great Ocean Road.

Hotel name: The Pole House

Where: Fairhaven, Victoria

What’s unique about this property:

The Pole House sits suspended 40 metres above Fairhaven Beach along the Great Ocean Road with incredible and breathtaking undisrupted views.

It’s a modern and luxurious holiday home for a truly unique experience. Cosy up by the fireplace or hang out on the porch for the epic views and sunset from every angle.

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What is there to do in the area:

Since the property is along the Great Ocean Road there is no shortage of things to do from nature walks to relaxing on the beach.

Many of the Great Ocean Road’s attractions are within driving distance of the property such as the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge. Towns such as Torquay and Apollo Bay aren’t far away for entertainment, beaches and food.

What do other people say?

The property has received an overall very good review on TripAdvisor from previous guests. All of them marvel and comment on the breathtaking views and it as a unique experience.

Other comments said the views could be seen from all around the house and little noise can be heard from the Great Ocean Road.

Guests recommend that the property is only suitable for two people.

Images: TripAdvisor Vacation Rentals


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