ECV is one of the area’s original holiday destinations - re-imagined and refreshed, not modern or fancy - exuding a little old school charm.
The A frame chalets are popular with couples and the family shacks and cabins are comfortable and cosy.
The accommodation is generously set across private and peaceful grounds, surrounded by nature. Bountiful with chattering birds attracted to the abundant native planting of hakea, banksia, paperbarks, salt-bush and rush grasses. There's black bream fishing in the creek, kayaks and cruiser bikes to meander the beach path to town. With no passing traffic - just the sound at night of waves crashing on the break wall at Bandy Creek when the swell is running (a short 5 minute walk from the back of the property).
An ideal location to retreat after a long day at the beach or simply to recharge and unwind around the open fire under the stars. ECV offers a hassle free and relaxed 'self-check-in' with local tips, room number and location communicated via text message prior to arrival. There is no office or reception, however management live on site and staff are available daily for requests. There is complimentary sparkling water in all rooms on arrival, local home-baked goodies (when available) and free Wifi. There is a 2 night minimum stay and a 5 night minimum stay over the peak Christmas holiday period. Below are a few of our favourite amenities curated to give guests an intimate and individual experience of village life.
All crisp white linens on plush beds with bespoke Bed Tonic pure linen featuring in the luxe King Shacks.
The finest combination of essential oils feature in Appelles Apothecary & Lab with native botanical extracts and powerful vitamins including rosemary, blue mallee Eucalyptus, Lemon Myrtle and mandarin.
There's something about the breeze in the trees, a warm glow and mesmerizing crackle of timber for that instant holiday mode feeling. Or grab your brew of choice and stroll the creek waterline while catching the sun set.
Hit the road with complimentary bikes to cruise town or roll up the street and pat the local horses grazing in their paddocks.