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Nestled amongst the picturesque organic vineyard and olive grove, Eco-Luxe at Mount Avoca blends a balance of luxury with an eco-sensibility, perfect for couples and romantic getaways.

As with Mount Avoca’s outstanding organic wines, eco-luxe is a delightful mix of elegance and style. Tranquility is key in these three, beautiful self-contained lodges. Large picture windows overlooking the magnificent backdrop of Mount Avoca and the Pyrenees Range set the tone to recharge and unwind.

Luxuriously appointed king bedrooms feature beautiful linen and overlook vines, as do the travertine lined spa bathrooms. A second bedroom offers bunk beds for two.

A large living area with kitchenette opens onto a balcony with views of the Pyrenees Ranges. Sit and enjoy a glass of wine as the sun goes down. Wall to wall windows offer postcard views from both the bedroom and living room. The decadent bathroom features shower, spa-bath and shines with natural light.

Eco-Luxe also reflects the vineyards’ environmental values. Architecturally designed to maximise passive heating and cooling, eco-friendly materials minimise the carbon foot-print. Cladding is plantation grown native Australian Cypress-pine while floors are native spotted gum. Each lodge has its own water tank and biological sewerage treatment.

Content: Mount Avoca

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Moates Lane, Avoca VIC 3467

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$298 - $448

Price is per couple per night and includes a generous continental breakfast. Additional charges for extra people. No minimum stay.


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