PLAYERS SUMMER FUN
Catch up with all the friends and family you’ve missed over the last two years.
The whole lodge, which sleeps 36 people, is available over Summer for your exclusive use at only $1600 per night.
If you book and pay for two or more nights you can get one extra night free.
Jacqui Clydesdale manager this year. Guests are asked to clean their own room and ensuite as well as washing and tidying up in the Kitchen after each use. Jacqui is responsible for keeping the common
To Book your holiday you can email Players at:-
firstname.lastname@example.org or you can ring Kane on:- M 0412 323183.
Kane will then issue you an invoice for payment.
What to bring
You will need to bring your own food (breakfast cereal, tea, coffee and condiments are available at the lodge).
You also must bring linen including sheets, pillowcases and towels. Doonas with covers will be supplied by Players.
If any of your party forget sheets or towels there is a limited supply available for $20 per person.
Here is a list of rooms with the bed layout of each so that you can plan what linen to bring and who sleeps where.
Room 1 – 2 double and 2 single (+ 1 double spare).
Room 2 – 1 Queen and 2 single (+ single sofa bed).
Room 3 – 6 Singles (+ 2 singles spare).
Room 4 – 1 Queen and 2 singles (+ single sofa bed).
Room 5 – 1 double and 2 singles (+ 1 double spare).
Room 6 – 1 double and 1 single (+ 1 single spare).
Room 7 – 1 double.
Room 8 – 1 double and 1 single.
Room 9 – 1 double.
Room 10 – Not available for Guests.
Bedroom and other Notes
1. Some rooms have spare mattresses under some beds. These can be pulled out to fit that extra person if required.
2. Covid rules may restrict lodge capacity in early Summer.
Current guidelines are that you will be able to have your family plus 30 guests in your home by Christmas.
This will likely apply to the lodge as well.
3. Make sure you bring some warm clothes just in case you get an Alpine cold snap during your stay.
If you drive an electric vehicle
The Lodge has a 32A 3P plug for charging, free to guests.
There are Destination chargers in Bright and Harrietville and there is a Tesla Supercharger in Ovens.
The best thing about the Alps in a hot Australian Summer are the cool mountain breezes. It’s usually around 10C cooler than the rest of the state at the top of Mt Hotham. Enjoy.
Hotham and surrounds have some beautiful walks, the most famous being the track to Mt Feathertop. Walks to mountain huts, waterfalls and Cobungra Ditch are also worth the effort.
Other attractions include trout fishing (or failing that a visit to the trout farm), Mountain Biking, 4WD adventures, Tennis (at Dinner Plain) or closer to home check the wildflowers on Big D.
In the Ovens Valley at the bottom of the mountain is the Rail Trail, historic Wandilagong Pub, berry picking, walnuts, Wineries and the Dredge Hole at Harrietville if you feel like a swim. If you get sick of cooking, The General or Dinner Plain Hotel are good options.
The link below gives you maps and detailed descriptions of some of Hotham’s many attractions. https://qgo.me/explore-hotham/
Start planning your Summer Hotham Adventure now. The popular dates won’t last