Idyllic, comfortable holiday accomodation with old world charm, for weekends, summer vacation or a special time away with your loved ones.
Just south of Jervis Bay, North Bendalong is nestled on the edge of Conjola National Park and provides access to some of the best surfing and swimming beaches on the eastern coast.
Adjoining the bush, the house sleeps eight.There are two queen beds upstairs and four separate single beds downstairs. The house itself has that relaxed beach feel with 50s cane furniture, polished wood floors, new kitchen with Ilve stove and dishwasher and new stylish bathrooms. In the summer, lounge on our deck overlooking the national park, while the dinner cooks on the BBQ. You are sure to see kangaroos and other wildlife. In winter, there is a slow combustion fire and supplies of wood, along with gas heating to supplement.
The best bit is the separate living area for kids downstairs. The large kids room has a ping pong table, plus four beds and the TV room is equipped with a big TV, DVD and a large selection of classics, from rom com to action.
The house is 2 minutes walk to some of the best beaches on the coast with safe swimming for kids at Washerwomans and a variety of famous surf breaks, such as Green Island and Flat Rock nearby.
There's also fabulous snorkelling, fishing and great coastal walks.
We have a loyal group of return guests who love the comfort and charm of the house and its location.
Only two and three quarter hours from Sydney and two and half hours from Canberra, Bendalong is the best kept secret on the South Coast. Looking north towards Jervis Bay, it has a selection of beautiful bush to the sea beaches.
Lake Conjola offers magnificent fishing and boating and nearby Green Island has one of the most famous surf breaks on the NSW coast. Nearby Milton has coffee shops, antiques and quirky shops. You can also visit the local wineries, such as Cupitts, near Ulladulla offering a truly gourmet experience. Pigeon House Mountain is a great climb when you are "beached" out but there are other less arduous walks that offer stunning views to the coast.
Shops and facilities
Bendalong's charm is its lack of facilities. There is a general store that sells most things, but we strongly recommend bringing any gourmet items. There is an IGA in Milton, supermarkets and a fish co-op in Ulladulla, or you can stop at Nowra Fresh on your way down to get delicious oysters, fish, and local meat, plus vegetables and deli items.