The Goat and Goose is a traditional Bed and Breakfast.
The unique pole-frame house clings to the hillside and was owner built, using selected recycled material.
Each of the four guest rooms is charmingly decorated and offers its own special warmth and magic.
Situated high amongst the trees, and overlooking Bass Strait, the views from every window are quite stunning.
A romantic getaway nestled in the hills, overlooking Ninety Mile Beach.
Beach and bush walks start at your door, offering you a rare glimpse into the natural beauty of Gippsland.
Your hosts, Richard and Joy Seevers have a long history in Lakes Entrance. Joy's family has been in Lakes Entrance for six generations. Joy is also known locally as an avid writer, and has published "Where Pelicans Are".
Richard, besides being your resident butler, has a local boat maintenance business.
Joy is a member of one of the pioneering families of the Commercial Fishing Industry in Lakes Entrance.
Both Joy and Richard have an extensive knowledge of the fishing industry, and are passionate about Lakes Entrance and the future of the Gippsland Lakes Region.
Enjoy a chat with them over a sumptuous breakfast, which includes home-baked scones with jam & cream.
The Goat and Goose B&B is featured in Lonely Planet, and was seen on Channel 7's "Discover"..
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