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The Gregan Retreat
The Gregan Retreat is just that—a weatherboard retreat situated on the historic Lisdillon estate, overlooking the vineyard and river. Imagine yourself in the mornings, opening the double doors from the bedroom to the spacious deck as you gaze over the native lands, rivulet and sheep farm. This relaxed, cosy haven was named after a dear family friend, Kerry Gregan. Kerry used to love staying here, spending her time painting the landscape. You'll see her art displayed throughout the house.2
The Blacksmiths Cottage
Rich with history, surrounded by native land and brimming with cosy, old-world appeal. Step back in time at The Blacksmith's Cottage. Built by convicts in the early to mid-1800s, this two-storey rubble stone cottage is the ultimate weekend getaway. Imagine as you wake up to sprawling rivulet views from your bedroom, then at night curl up by the fire with a glass of pinot noir. Wander to any of the three privately owned beaches with just a few minutes walk or bask in the cottage's quaint garden.4
The Shepherds Cottage
Picture yourself sitting by the woodfire; pinot noir in-hand, book in the other, and sprawling views of the Lisdillon rivulet in front of you. That's The Shepherd's Cottage. Step inside this two-storey, rubble stone cottage built by convicts in the early to mid-1800s. You'll be greeted with a modern, open-plan kitchen and living room with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the river and beach. And when the view gets too tempting, you can wander to any of the three privately owned beaches with just a few minutes' walk.2
Rich with history, surrounded by native land and brimming with cosy, old-world appeal. Bask in the tranquil scenery at Pip's Place. Originally a Hydro building, Pip's was relocated to Lisdillon in the 1960s. It has recently been freshly renovated. Imagine sipping on a coffee in the morning, admiring the views of the sea and rivulet, then at night curl up by the fire with a glass of pinot noir.5