Bold, bright and beautiful, Qii House Eco Retreat is an out-of-the-box stay that doesn’t sacrifice substance for style. Head-turning interiors, quirky architecture and fantastic gardens are the hallmarks of this Lorne property. The house was designed by Edgard Pirrotta, and is historically and architecturally significant with the National Trust.
Inside, there are more pops of colour than a Jackson Pollock painting but Qii House has the goods to pull it off. Walls and benches are painted bright red; sliding doors, air-conditioning units and wardrobes are vivid yellow; and there are splashes of brilliant pink dotted through the house. Oh, and let’s not forget the colourful kitchen appliances, patterned linens and eclectic artworks.
Living space is also something Qii House excels at. There are two indoor lounges complete with couches and sofas, TV, sound system and fireplace. And with four bedrooms, no one has to miss out on a stay at this unique pad. All bedrooms have fishbowl windows.
The multi-hued palette continues in the outdoor areas and garden, making for an eye-catching statement that contrasts perfectly with the house’s timber façade and panelling. The house sits within the Great Otway National Park so there are plenty of walking tracks and trails to explore. If you like your time in nature with a side of zen, make a beeline for the day bed under the gazebo or find another perch within the Japanese-inspired gardens.
- Sound system
- Air conditioning
- Private dining/chef by arrangement
- Coffee machine
- Pantry items
- Outdoor dining
11 minutes’ drive to Erskine Falls. 13 minutes’ drive to Mount Cowley. 20 minutes’ drive to Lorne. 33 minutes’ drive to Lake Elizabeth.
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