4 bedroom house sleeps 8
2 x Queen
4 x Single
Open plan living area
Kitchen with dishwasher
Full bathroom with separate bath & shower
Internal laundry with front loading washing machine
2 x toilets
Fully fenced back yard
Back entertaining deck with BBQ
Plenty of off street parking
High Carport for Boat
5 minute walk to the beach
Strictly NO Parties or Functions - Loss of Bond as per Terms & Conditions of R&H.
BOND $400 BOOKING FEE $55
Personal Linen IS REQUIRED.
Linen Hire Available from Huskisson Laundrette - MUST BE PRE ORDERED.
Somewhere to just relax
Sit back, relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings..
In the evenings you can hear the gentle lapping of the ocean waves in the distance as you unwind on the front verandah and you may even see the occasional kangaroo.
10 Clyde Street comprises of an open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area with floating timber floor,a wood combustion heater and large screen TV with DVD player. The bedrooms also have the floating timber floor. The bathroom has a toilet and separate bath and shower. The internal laundry has a front loading washing machine and a toilet. There is a lovely back deck with BBQ perfect for entertaining and the back yard is fully fenced.
Somewhere to soak up the beauty of Jervis Bay
The beautiful beaches of Jervis Bay are just a 5 minute walk away and are dog friendly.
The lovely village of Huskisson offering alfresco dining, the famous Husky Pub and boutique shopping is only an easy 10 minute walk.
Moona Moona Creek is also nearby and a popular place for a swim and a picnic with BBQ facilities available.
Experience daily Dolphin Watch cruises and whale watching in season during June and November. Visit the historic Lady Denman Maritime Museum, with regular exhibitions, a fish feeding pond, and a Mangrove boardwalk. Watch the latest movie releases at the local cinema.
A short drive will see you in Booderee National Park, with scenic bushwalks, idyllic beaches and Caves Beach for surfing, local wildlife at Green Patch, the ruins of Cape St George lighthouse, and the only Aboriginal-owned Botanic Gardens to explore.