About Drift House 

Drift House is one of the latest additions to the Australian boutique accommodation landscape. Located right in the heart of the beautiful coastal town of Port Fairy in south-west Victoria, it sets a new standard of design for luxury accommodation – one that relates to the history of site and the place, but from a contemporary perspective.

Drift House appeals to those looking for a luxury escape that is a little more individual and interesting.

Drift House consists of four very private and entirely self-contained suites. The use of innovative materials, salvaged timber and beautifully designed fixtures results in a modern, cutting edge and luxurious atmosphere. All suites have been appointed to a very high standard. They have beautiful and spacious modern bathrooms with walk-in rain showers, deep baths, quality towels and products.

Each suite has well equipped kitchen facilities, a relaxing lounge area and the very special Drift House Maxi-bar. Bedrooms have amazing king size beds with high quality linen, and a choice of pillows. Wi-Fi internet is available free of charge throughout Drift House.

For more information on Drive House, visit drifthouse.com.au 

About Port Fairy

A charming fishing village at the end of the Great Ocean Road, Port Fairy is the last destination on Victoria’s famed Shipwreck Coast and an easy 1-hour drive from the spectacular Grampians National Park.

Recognised by the United Nations endorsed LiveCom awards as the “Most Liveable Community in the World”, this relaxed coast and river town boasts wide streets lined with nineteenth century cottages, great Norfolk pines and old stone churches.

With a buzzing local art scene, water sports and the ability to see native animals in the wild, from southern right whales, seals and dolphins to wallabies, kangaroos and emus – Port Fairy is the perfect destination for guests to be active or simply relax and take in the beauty of this quaint Victorian town.

Acacia’s guests can stay at Drift House Port Fairy on the following tours: