Modern and cute beach house designed to accommodate two families in comfort through a combination of indoor and outdoor living areas. Ideal for two families with two queen sized bedrooms and bunks for four. Small enough to be welcoming for a couple or single family yet large enough to fit two families in comfort. Pet friendly and secure fencing. WI-FI for your internet needs.
NumberFive has been extensively rebuilt to provide stylish and modern holiday accommodation with your comfort in mind. High chair and cot are all provided so you can travel as light as possible. The key feature of the renovation has been the vast rear veranda - the perfect place to rest during the day or to sit at night and listen to the waves on the beach while having a drink and dinner.
Three minutes walk to the beach, five minutes drive to Callala Bay shops and supermarket. Short walk to Callala RSL, golf, bowls, restaurant, bar and TAB. Cafe and tennis courts all nearby.
Sleeping areas comprise:
> Bedroom 1 - queen bed, wardrobe, portable cot
> Bedroom 2 - queen bed, wardrobe
> Bedroom 3 - two sets of low-line bunks, chest of drawers
> Lounge - TV, five seater sofa, polished floors
> Dining - sits eight indoors or eight outdoors
> Kitchen - new kitchen, with microwave, electric oven and hob, dishwasher and family sized fridge. Glasses and crockery for eight
> Bathroom - newly renovated bathroom/laundry with large washing machine
> Massive new rear veranda with large dining area, BBQ and huge ten-seater outdoor lounge setting. Washing line on side wall
> Over 200 newly planted native trees and shrubs, and newly fenced, being pet friendly and secure
> Environmentally friendly - solar heat pumped hot water and grey rainwater water system in laundry/toilet
'NumberFive' has a strict 'no smoking' policy that applies to the inside of the house. Guests are permitted to smoke on the rear deck and in the garden but we make the reasonable request that smokers do clean up after themselves. Please respect these conditions - it's our home you're staying in after all.....