Lon Retreat is a unique luxury sandstone lodge on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula with just seven uniquely designed suites that reflect their connection to the ocean and surrounding farmland and lakes
Lon Retreat is a luxury sandstone lodge nestled in 200 acres of rural land on a hill by the ocean on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula. Lon's seven suites are individually designed to reflect their unique character and connection to the ocean and surrounding farmland and lakes. The suites offer contemporary luxury with natural outlooks, with some featuring deep soaking tubs fed by the property’s mineral springs. Guests are invited to wander the farm and private beach tracks and to relax in the heated mineral pool and Lon Spa. Generous breakfast provisions and food and wine options for dining in your suite are readily available at Lon, where guests are invited to slow down and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. If you do venture out, you’ll discover the local vineyards and providores that make the Bellarine Peninsula one of Victoria’s best food and wine regions.
- Home-baked seasonal treats on arrival
- Welcome artisanal farm-sourced breakfast hamper
- Locally made teas and ground coffee
- Luxury spa amenities, spa robes & slippers
- Unlimited access to heated mineral pools
- Access to Lon Spa
Lon Retreat is located in Point Lonsdale on Victoria's Bellarine Peninsula, about 90 minutes by road southwest of Melbourne. Walk into Luxury can arrange private transfers or you may choose to self-drive.
Alto Suite – enjoy panoramic ocean views from the spacious lounge and private balcony, plus access to a private wine cellar
Couples (minimum guest age is 16)
Best Nearby Walk
Point Lonsdale to Queenscliffe following the beachside trail (11.6 km return)
Best Nearby Park
Great Otway National Park
Best Food & Wine Experience
Picnic hamper filled with local produce to enjoy by the lake
Best Place for Relaxation
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Frequently asked questions
When is the best time to visit Victoria?
Melbourne and surrounding areas including Wilsons Promontory, Mornington Peninsula and the Grampians experience a temperate but variable climate, with summers generally warm and winters cool but mild.