Less than 300m walk to Trial Bay Beach. Fantastic fully renovated new 4 bedroom holiday home in Arakoon on 3,000sqm block.
Upstairs has split system air-conditioned open plan living, dining andkitchen with all new appliances including dishwasher. Lounge area has LCD TV andDVD player, 3 bedrooms with ceiling fans, main with ensuite and private balcony on the eastern side of the home, 2nd bathroom, balconies to the northern and western sides with undercover outdoor setting and gas BBQ. Downstairs has 2nd living area with LCD TV andDVD player, 4th bedroom, 3rd bathroom, large laundry with washer anddryer, 2 garages with extra room for storage of beach and fishing gear as well as room for your boat out the front.
Park the car, walk through the National Park to the beach and spend your holiday lazing on the sand while the kids swim in protected Trial Bay.
A SouthWestRocksAccommodation holiday offers a true escape from the hustle and bustle of modern day living. South West Rocks is a small coastal town on the mid north coast situated near the mouth of the Macleay River - by car approximately 5 hours from Sydney or Brisbane. South West Rocks offers 8 beautiful white sandy beaches, a modern Country Club with bowling greens, tennis courts and 18 hole golf course, some of the best scuba diving in Australia, the Seabreeze Hotel overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Riverside Tavern on the bank of the Macleay River. Within the Arakoon State Recreation area is the historicTrial Bay Gaol and popular Trial Bay Kiosk - a great place for breakfast, lunch or tea. There are many small shops, great cafes and restaurants in the centre of town as well as a Coles shopping centre on the edge of town.
Linen is not supplied in this holiday letting. You need to bring your own sheets, pillowcases, towels, tea towels andtablecloths, etc. You also need to provide your own toilet paper, soap & dish washing liquid, etc. If you do not wish to bring linen, you will receive contact details for the linen hire firms in your confirmation email.
2 Car Spaces