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We had a great time at The Pyramids. The welcome was lovely and the hosts went out of their way to help us with our dogs (where to walk them safely, how to assemble the fence on the patio so that we could leave them when we went into the National Park). Apart from the kayaking on the lake, there was plenty of space for the kids to roam and also play cricket and soccer, etc. and in the evenings there was plenty of couch space for us all to sit and watch a movie by the log fire. The bbq was terrific and we enjoyed sitting out to eat lunch each day. The bathroom was clean and very functional, as was the kitchen. The location was central and easy to find, and also very peaceful. Basically, everything was terrific and we will definitely be going back next year!
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These houses are different with a spiral staircase for the upstairs bedroom, something different but ideal for larger families or groups wanting to get away. We stayed in winter with some nice touches like the wood all pre-cut for the awesome wood fire. Very clean, beds were comfortable with good heating / cooling. Kids can grab a bike and you can canoe around their lake. Great place for families only 5 minutes drive from Halls Gap.
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Super comfy accommodation with all amenities, beautiful surrounds, very peaceful (July). Would be perfect for large families with kids too, canoeing, bike riding, mountain climbing, lots of wildlife.
Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Unique shape and design! Has all the creature comforts required for an extended stay, completely self contained. Upstairs loft gets a bit warm as all the heat from the heaters travels upwards. Nice added touch of wood heater (as well as electric)
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TripAdvisor reviews for Grampians Getaway Resort
Overall rating:TripAdvisor Traveller Rating: 4.5Based on 20 traveler reviews
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The pyramid houses are charming, great for making and sharing a meal, and relaxing on sofas. It was very comfortable for our group of five, perfect for catching up with friends and chilling before/after ascending the mountains. The managers are lovely, happy to help with a missing cooking ingredient and offer tips about the Grampians.
Rooms clean, tidy and well appointed. Great family location. Big spacious lake system with free canoes and bikes. Kids were entertained for hours. Close to township and all services. Minimal phone reception but outside was OK. Would definitely come back again.
We stayed here for a long weekend with the family (3 generations). The pyramid was spacious enough, but the space somewhat awkward and cluttered.
A big problem for us was how noisy the house was. The creaking floors were so noisy that everyone downstairs woke up when people upstairs moved. And the walls are so thin everyone can hear what is spoken in every room.
Because of the pyramid shape, there are lots of corners and narrow passages, which are fun for the little ones, but can be annoying for the adults.
Everything one would need for cooking is provided, and the BBQ was really good.
The grounds are fun for the kids to run around and explore - especially the games room - but the dried-up lake was a huge disappointment.
Overall not bad, but we won't be back.
We stayed there for a weekend in Feb. two family's and our little dog. The unit was absolutely spotless and the facilities were all great. The grounds and the view are breathtaking. We spent so much time going for walks, exploring the area and paddling in the lake. Then in the evening had delicious bbq, a play in the park and relaxed with some board games which are available to borrow. Perfect place to spend some quality down time with the family. Highly recommend it and will be going back for sure.
Pet friendly too 😊😊😌🐶
My partner and I stayed at Grampians Getaways for two nights to celebrate our two year anniversary. How many people can say they went to the Grampians and stayed in a pyramid!?
We stayed in Unit #2. The units themselves are fully contained houses with all the amenities, and the decor is warm and homely. The location is perfect- a stones throw from the Halls Gap township, but far enough removed from all the hustle and bustle of all the holiday parks in the town's centre.
Mobile reception is virtually non-existent, (I'm with Telstra and was lucky to get one bar) but it made for a very removed, disconnect from daily life which was exactly what we were after.
The property was perfect for a romantic getaway but I can imagine it would be fabulous for families too; it was pet friendly with a smorgasbord of activities including free canoeing on the waterhole, mountain biking free of charge, a variety of wildlife (we spotted a family of roos, geese and a succession of native birds), wifi, DVD's and board games.
We found Ros to be friendly and approachable and thoroughly enjoyed our stay here- our only regret was that it couldn't last longer!
Great place to stay as it isn't crowded with people even though we went in a cooler month (May) of the year. We stayed in Unit 4 of 4, which is set on a huge bush setting that you can walk around the lake and see kangaroos and birds. Phone reception is not that good but it was great not to have the phone ring. WiFi was at the office if you wanted to use it though. Happy to have smaller dogs come with you, although there is a small fenced area outside for them to be. Inside you will find everything that you need, much a home away from home kind of place. Open fire was cosy for the colder nights and heated up most of the house. The accommodation was clean and well maintained and I would definitely recommend this place to stay. Close to the zoo, shops, and the Grampians. I will be a repeat customer for sure.
Stayed at the Grampians Getaway Resort with my partner, our 3 year old daughter and our dog. Was a great time away and would have loved to stay there a little longer. We stayed in Pyramid #1. It was very spacious but cosy at the same time. It had a great urban feel to it and was very clean. The facilities were great. We did some canoeing in the dam, all equipment provided and no charge. My partner had a little fish and caught some Redfin. There were bikes for all ages provided as well as games, books and DVD's for hire also free of charge, which kept our daughter happy after dark. The fireplace kept the Pyramid beautiful and warm and wood was provided. Kitchen was fully equipt, all we had to bring was food. The views were also beautiful and our daughter and dog loved going for a trek around the large bush area. All in all we had an awesome time and can't wait to go back there next year!
This is a wonderful winter retreat, relax by the fire, cook a barbecue , relax in a bush setting, catch glimpses of kangaroos and birds, and if you into canoeing etc have a paddle around the lake. I really enjoyed my three nights here, it was comfortable the shower was always hot, and unlike a lot of other places in rural Australia , this place has wi fi. (Available around the office) only a short walk from the cabins. The decor was rustic and nice, and you could probably walk to halls gap as it's not particularly far away.
After a flying visit to Melbourne to catch up with family, the "boss" and I decided instead of the usual dash back to Adelaide that we would take our time leaving Melbourne and have a "stopover" instead. A quick look at the options en route and decided as neither of us had stayed previously at Halls Gap the opportunity presented itself to do so. We had a look online and pinned in the Pyramids at the Getaway Resort. On arrival mid afternoon, the hostess promptly had us sorted and as we pulled up to our cabin we were pleasantly surprised by the setting in which the cabins were situated. A lagoon of sorts for kayaking, fishing, yabbing etc surrounded by bushland with views of the Grampian mountains in the distance. After unpacking we drove the easy five minutes to Hall Gaps where we picked up supplies as the cabins are limited only to tea and coffee only of which we were aware of when booking the site. Despite the hot day, the breeze kept things reasonably cool. The cabin interior was clean, spacious, and comfortable with sleeping choices upstairs and downstairs. As it was only for the night we opted downstairs, but might rethink this on a return visit as the downstairs double bed was on the small side . Personally not a fan of bath/showers but I would just be knit picking here also........ There is enough here for a good holiday and it would be great to return in the middle of the year to make use of the wood fire heater on a wet rainy night as the corrugated iron construction would be an interesting "sound" experience. Loved the outdoor setting and BBQ and your own private space around the cabin. Not a five star resort but it doesn't pretend to be that. I hope to revisit for more than just a day next time and would recommend the Pyramid for couples and definitely families.
We stayed at Grampians Getaway as part of a extended family trip (couples, families and singles) over the long weekend.
The pyramids were well appointed and the grounds were lovely. We appreciated the activities on-site and the location was great. For those cold nights it was good to have options of DVDs and games to borrow. It was also a bonus to have fenced areas on two of the pyramids for our dogs (these were however over a paved area, so you still need to be prepared to walk them!). Wood for the heaters was topped up regularly without needing to ask.
On the negative side, the pyramids themselves are very open and not at all soundproof! We were able to hear every noise in all the rooms and not just from the mezzanine floor but also for the other rooms. Privacy for those staying on the mezzanine is also very poor from a visual point as you can see up the stairwell into the room very easily. This might not be an issue for a single family, but when you have multiple guests (eg grandparents, cousins) in the room it can be awkward. The rooms themselves were slightly different in terms of maintenance and features - for example, pyramid 2's wood heater worked much better than those in pyramid 3 and 4 (better insulated), whereas pyramid 3 had the newer BBQ and reliable kettle. Pyramid 4 felt slightly older and in need of some TLC.
For the price you pay for the cabins it is a bit disappointing.
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