Mornington Peninsula , Australia

Jackalope

Rates per night from$443.61

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (AUD613.64), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Terrace Room

  • 2guests
Large, glass doors in these rooms (38sq m) slide back to reveal rural views and an east-facing balcony. A minimalist contrast to the rest of Jackalope’s art-filled spaces, they feature a restrained grey-and-white colour scheme, with polished concrete walls and crisp linen covering a king-size bed. Separated by a curtain, the in-room bathroom continues the muted theme with a black Japanese bath tub, mosaic-tiled monsoon shower and double sinks, accented with bronze and copper details, custom-made Hunter LAB toiletries and robes. A desk and sofa provide space to spread out and a free minibar comes with beer, cider, soft drinks and snacks. All the tech boxes are ticked with a flatscreen TV, Samsung tablet and Bose speakers.

Vineyard Room

  • 2guests
Verdant vineyard views contrast with a charcoal-and-white colour scheme in these rooms (38sq m). Light floods in through a sliding glass door and a west-facing terrace is primed for sunset views over the vines. Polished grey walls meet with crisp white linen on the king-size bed and a free minibar comes with beer, cider, soft drinks and snacks. An in-room curtain draws back to reveal the bathroom, some with a minimalist Japanese bath tub, others with a mosaic-tiled monsoon shower and double sinks, plus bronze and coppers tabs, custom-made Hunter LAB toiletries and robes. Additional features include a desk, sofa, an outdoor table and chairs, a flatscreen TV, Samsung tablet and Bose speakers.

Lairs

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - $65.72 for adults - free for ages 4 to 16
These signature suites (85sq m) come with a vast terrace (30sq m) and a double set of sliding glass doors that open onto west-facing views of the Willow Creek Vineyard. Inside, whitewashed, vaulted ceilings add to the sense of space and a sculptural crystal-and-copper chandelier by Melbourne-based designer Christopher Boots hangs over a six-seater dining table. Custom-made Zuster furniture and an Autoban nest chair, add to the sleek feel, and a double-sided indoor/outdoor fireplace extends from the room out to the balcony. A kitchenette has its own wine cellar and a free minibar comes with beer, cider, soft drinks and snacks. Behind a sweeping curtain, the bathroom has a black Japanese bath, a monsoon shower and double sinks, plus a robe and bespoke Hunter LAB toiletries. Tech extras include a flatscreen TV, Samsung tablet and Bose speakers.