The Lightkeeper’s Cottage can be converted to cater for smaller groups of up to 8* people. A section of the house can be closed off, by a lockable door – separating the Main Section from the Lightkeeper’s B&B.
This spacious, stately house, crafted from stone quarried by hand from the nearby Parker River, was built in 1857 and gives guests an insight into the domestic life of the Lightstation’s first keepers.
Enjoy a dinner party, prepared by our kitchen, by the open fire in the Lightkeeper’s Cottage dining room.
Snuggle in with a book by the wood fire in the lounge room.
Views of the lighthouse and Southern Ocean are unsurpassed from the lounge and main bedroom.
Our well-equipped kitchen is ideal for those who want to self-cater.
Breakfast, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are served daily in the Lightkeeper’s Café.
The wide verandahs provide cool shade in the summer, where you can while away the afternoon, admiring the view.
Tariffs include entry to the Lightstation.
More about this accommodation
* Although the Lightkeeper's Cottage (Main Section) can accommodate up to 8 guests, we recommend that it is best suitable for a maximum of 6 adults plus children.
Download our Lightkeeper's Kitchen in-house catering menu.
All towels, linen and bedding are supplied.
King beds can be split into 2 singles, or extra single beds can be provided if required. Let us know what sleeping arrangements you require and we’ll have it all ready for you when you arrive.
There is no TV reception at Cape Otway, but we supply a very limited selection of DVDs, together with jigsaw puzzles, games & books. If you are an avid DVD watcher you would be advised to bring a selection of your own to enjoy.
Firewood is supplied.
There is parking adjacent to the accommodation.
There are always friendly staff on hand to make your stay more enjoyable, including our overnight caretaker.
The Café is open for breakfast (from 9am), morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Dinner is also available on request (minimum of 12 people). If you wish to self-cater then we recommend that you stock up with food and drink on the way here. You can always get more supplies at Apollo Bay during your stay.