Forrest Guesthouse


Lined with long verandahs, rambling gardens and boutique decor, Forrest Guesthouse is all about getting away to the country... read more.


16 Grant Street, Forrest, VIC, 3236
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Lined with long verandahs, rambling gardens and boutique decor, Forrest Guesthouse is all about getting away to the country. You’ll find fresh bush air, walks and waterfalls to complement the mountain bike trails, and bountiful produce of the Otways.

Forrest Guesthouse has four self-contained guest suites, Forrest and Lake Elizabeth can sleep one to two people, and Barwon and Otways can sleep one to four people. Twin single options are available in all suites except Lake Elizabeth suite.

Forrest MTB Hire and Explore MTB also operate from the property so if you’re ready try the trails, get in touch. Forrest Guesthouse is situated between the two mountain bike trailheads and your host is ready to give your route suggestions.

Perfect location within a minutes walk to the Forrest Brewery and Forrest General Store.

Forrest Guesthouse is the ideal base for mountain biking, hiking, or tasting your way along the Otway Harvest Trail. Lake Elizabeth is only a 15-minute drive, where you can book a kayak tour to get a close look at the local platypus that live in the lake. For those seeking a thrill, Trees Adventure at Yeodene is a 10-minute drive where you can test your fitness, coordination and courage tackling the high ropes courses and zip lines.



  • COVID Safe
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Barbeque
  • Family Friendly
  • Outdoor Dining Area
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Pet Friendly - Enquire
  • Restaurant
  • Free Wifi

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