The accommodation for one or two offers a Queen size bed, separate bathroom, well equipped kitchen, complementary tea, Nespresso machine with a selection of coffees, breakfast, snacks and wine on arrival. It also has reverse cycle air conditioning, TV (with reception), and a built in DVD player as well as a library of movies and CD'S for your enjoyment. Linen, bath towels and beach towels are provided for your convenience. A BBQ and balcony are available for you to enjoy a meal, or maybe a glass of wine as you look out to sea.
If you are sore and tired from a hard day of swimming, surfing or doing nothing at all, Remedial or Relaxation massage is available on site by appointment.
Take a 1 minute walk to Coledale coffee shop, Chedo's Restaurant, Eddies Pizza Shop or the local RSL, each offering delicious meals, snacks. If you love your coffee, Chedo's and
Coledale Café do great coffee.
Check out the collection of old and new DVD's at Coledale Video Shop.
If you are a connoisseur of fine wines, have a browse through Fine Wines at Coledale on your way to the local hairdresser or the gift shop with a selection of unusual wares.
If you enjoy surfing or swimming, Sharkies Beach and Coledale Beach are a close walk away, as well as the tidal pools.
For something different, stroll down the road to Coledale Markets, which is held on the 4th Sunday of each month. You are bound to find lots of little treasures old and new. If you don't feel like shopping, try some of the local produce while relaxing in the sun listening to our local Reggae DJ.
Catch a train or bus, both being a 1 minute walk away, and spend a morning shopping or coffee tasting at the many clothe, gift and coffee shops of the beautiful village of Thirroul.
While in Thirroul, checkout when the next band is playing at the beautiful Anita's Theater or have a self guided tour through if you are there before 1pm. You might want to find out what bands are playing at The Beaches and the Ryans Hotels.
If you feel like doing something different, take your thongs of and walk for 10 minutes along the waters edge to the local icon, Headlands Hotel, you take in the incredible coastline of the Illawarra. If you walk for another few minutes you will be at Austinmer Beach. While there, have a dip in the tidal pool which has been described as swimming in a glass of champagne.
If you are feeling energetic, pack some lunch and spend the morning walking along the coast road through the pretty villages of the Northern suburbs. You might like to stop at the trendy Scarborough Hotel for a cool drink (or lunch) then have a look through the School of Art at Clifton. Keep walking for another couple of minutes and you will discover the amazing Seacliffe Bridge. When you have walked the bridge, spend a Sunday afternoon listening to a band at the Bombi Bar at Coalcliff.
You can also take a 10 minute leisurely drive north along the coast to the Seacliffe Bridge, then onto Stanwell Park and the National Park. Or you could go south for 25 minutes to Wollongong Harbour.