Built in the 1860s for the lime burner and river boatman William Jackling, this quaint bluestone residence retains strong links to the past while boasting some very modern flourishes. Fully self-contained, it offers two bedrooms, a handsome timber kitchen, two lounges and a spacious bathroom with spa. The cottage is just a five-minute walk from Goolwa’s main street, shops and restaurants, though given its spectacular atrium-style dining area the option to eat in might become irresistible. With arched skylight roof, stone walls, candelabras and a long sandstone table, this space has a memorable theatrical quality.
18 Oliver St; 0433 571 927