Birregurra Tea House


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73 Main Street, Birregurra, VIC, 3242
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Step back to a simpler time. Birregurra Tea House is a snug cottage steeped in history. A renovated retreat inspired by wonder. Its own courtyard, bar and games shed. Two living areas, self-contained with full linen service. Three themed bedrooms inspired by local legends. The house is steeped in history. It began its life as a bootmaker in 1864, and has seen many uses over the years, including butchery, surveyor”™s office, and in more recent years a tea house, cafe and function venue and a boutique.

It has recently undergone a six months renovation. Blood sweat and tears have transformed this historic building into a holiday rental that sleeps eight. Tapping into the rich history of the house and the area, the owners have poured their creativity into the update: It is more like an art project than traditional renovation. Each bedroom has a theme inspired by historic local legends. It”™s fun, interesting, well-orchestrated and we think it”™s going to be a huge success.



  • Family Friendly
  • Games or recreation room
  • Laundry
  • Open Fireplace
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Free Wifi


  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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The Captain of Aireys

Aireys Inlet

Winchelsea Hotel


Sweet Thyme Cafe


Cafe La Hoot


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