Eugenie’s is ideally positioned for exploring Inverloch. It’s a short walk to the main street and its many cafes, restaurants and shops. Head in the opposite direction and you’ll reach the beach, and the walking-running-cycling track that runs along the coastline.

Comprising just four rooms, this lodging makes for a peaceful stay. The penthouse features a large balcony with view towards Anderson Inlet, and you can hear the waves rolling onto the shore from the comfort of the king-sized bed. Each room has its own ensuite, with the spa room featuring a private spa bath.

If you’ve come to Inverloch to unwind, you could easily stay huddled up at Eugenie’s and do nothing else. Keep cosy in winter in the communal spa and sauna room, or opt for a massage in your room. There’s also an outdoor pool for the warmer months, and wi-fi if you really can’t resist the call of social media.

Explore Gippsland further using our detailed Out of Town to the Gippsland Coast guide.

Updated: October 4th, 2019

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