Every season is spectacular at Sirocco. Snuggle up in front of the huge indoor fire or relax by the outdoor fire as you watch the whales make their way North to breed in warmer waters. In October and November watch them passing on their way home with calves in tow
If you manage to tear yourself away from the cliff top the boutique village of Terrigal and the calm waters of The Haven are only minutes away for shopping, a drink in one of the many local bars and eating out.
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Luxury car arrival and departure - Champagne and cheeseboard on arrival - Fridge stocked with fresh groceries, yoga class looking over the clifftop. All is optional at an addition cost and tailored to your individual needs, maximising your relaxation time while you're away
Tucked between Terrigal’s famous landmark The Skillion and an untouched headland Sirocco is absolutely private. Each season of the year offers its own unique experience. With sweeping views over Terrigal to Wamberal and The Skillion, spanning across to Cape Three Points at Copacabana headland as named by Captain James Cook, Sirocco offers peace and tranquility yet is only a few minutes to the restaurants, cafes, bars and boutiques of Terrigal. Sleeps 4 couples comfortably with ocean views from all four bedrooms. One single sofa bed provides a sleeping space for the ninth person and can be made up with permission and by prior arrangement.
Sirocco's guests can help themselves to an extensive herb and kitchen garden as well as whatever is in the fridge or pantry. There is a well stocked library, piano and games cupboard. Apple TV and Netflix for latest in Movies etc. Two viewing decks with daybeds suitable for early morning yoga and/or evening drinks. If that's not your caper enjoy lazing around all day on either deck with a good book or just listen to the sound of the ocean. One looking North to Nora Head and the Skillion and the other tucked into the Southern side for sunset views over Avoca Beach and Copacabana. In the colder months relax with a glass of red in front of an open fire inside or enjoy the sounds of the ocean sitting around the outdoor fire. This property is not suitable or recommended for children under 12 due to its unfenced cliff top position.
At arrival and when required, but otherwise not.
A full moon rising from the horizon on a clear night at Sirocco is something not to be missed. The cliff top position also allows for the spectacle of the humpback whales passing on their way north to breed in warmer waters and then return with their calves. A family of sea eagles pass regularly and often at eye level. If you're lucky you will see them flying by with a their prey back to the nest South of Sirocco. Terrigal's famous landmark The Skillion and the calm waters of The Haven are a short walk away suitable for kayaking, paddle boarding and swimming across to Terrigal beach. On a calm day you can kayak to Avoca beach. Cove cafe at the Haven makes great coffee & food in a laid back atmosphere with panoramic beachfront views. Terrigal village offers a variety of restaurants, bars, cafes and boutiques. There is a post office, supermarket, grocer and several banks.
Terrigal is one and a half hours North of Sydney. A car is recommended for touring the Central Coast many attractions. Train from Central Station Sydney to Gosford and bus directly to Sirocco entrance. 20 minutes by taxi.
Other things to note
Sirocco is situated directly in front of international diving destination and renowned shipwreck, the HMAS Adelaide. Adventurous spirits with previous experience can explore the artificial reef and growing marine community created by the scuttled ship with the local diving school at The Haven. Bouddi National Park is a 15 minute drive for those who like to walk offering tracks to secluded beaches only accessible by foot.