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The Hideout

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This gorgeous miners cottage built in the 1860s has been blessed with loving new owners and a beautiful refurbishment that encapsulates style, functionality, and attention to detail, providing the ultimate in Daylesford accommodation.

A perfect space for a romantic getaway. The Hideout provides atmospheric interiors with deep soothing natural tones, creating a feeling of relaxation and escapism as soon as you enter the space.

The extensive garden and deck provide many places to relax and eat. Amazing sunsets across Doctor’s Gully will have you in awe of this stunning location and making the most of the warmer seasons. Less than 1km to town, The Hideout is an easy stroll into town for breakfast or lunch, and a beautiful stroll home in the evening after dinner. During the cooler months, the property is ideal with a fully stocked kitchen to prepare gourmet or comforting meals from. The lounge has a T.V and fireplace for movie marathons, and a super-luxe breakout room to retreat to, to read your favourite book or listen to some music.

Netflix and Wifi are available or make the most of this stunning location and unplug for a while. Enjoy birdsong and sunsets, sleep in’s and the quiet of the country.

This is a special place for a relaxing getaway, or for an occasion where only the best will do.

CONTACT INFORMATION

57 Vincent Street North, Daylesford, VIC 3460Get directions

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The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.