LINEN AND TOWELS INCLUDED : WOOD FIRE PIZZA OVEN : NBN BROADBAND AND WIFI : REVERSE CYCLE AIRCONDITIONING : PARKING FOR 1 CAR
Accomodates 6 guests : 3 bedrooms : 2 bathrooms
Walk down the driveway and the couple of steps that take you to the private courtyard at the front of the property. Here you can relax with friends on the alfresco table and chairs around the woodfired pizza oven. Enter the main level of the house from this courtyard.
2 long singles or King (upstairs)
2 long singles or King (downstairs), TV, bedside table, exercise ball, yoga mat.
Upstairs bathroom with shower (small hob), bath and vanity.
Downstairs small bathroom/laundry with shower, basin, washing machine and dryer.
Downstairs separate toilet.
large living/dining and kitchen area: kitchen has induction hob, 2 electric ovens, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
Dining area has table with eight chairs, living area with sofa, comfy chairs, plus flatscreen TV/DVD player. This light-filled living space opens out to the north facing deck with views over Bombo Beach across to Bombo Headland (where there are some wonderful walks - make sure you visit the Boneyard for a swim!)
Laundry/bathroom (downstairs): with shower, washing machine, dryer and tub.
Separate toilet (downstairs)
NBN fast broadband/wifi avaialble
Outdoor Pizza oven (bag of wood provided)
NO SMOKING AROUND THE PROPERTY
Kiama boasts some of the finest sandy beaches in the world, stretching from Minnamurra to Easts Beach, there is a beach for every level of surfer, body surfer or just those that want to play in the sand.
When the winds are blowing south-east though, head up to the Kiama lighthouse on the headland, where if the winds are strong enough you can see the famous Kiama Blowhole in action, a stunning natural occurrence of water being whipped up into the air through a cavern system, sometimes reaching as high as 20-25 feet into the air.
Just to the south of the small blow hole is the start to the Kiama Coastal Walk, taking around an hour return trip and following the coastline down to Gerringong, it makes for a perfect afternoon walk.
Do you enjoy a walk?
If you enjoy adventurous walks its only a 15 minute drive to the Minnamurra Rainforest, a rare tract of subtropical rainforest with an elevated boardwalk and waterfall.
Nearby to that in Robertson is the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk, a 500 metre long, 25 metre high elevated tree top walk with views uniting the mountains, farms, bushland and sea.
Bringing the kids? Again only a 15 minute drive away is Jamberoo Action Park, a local theme park that includes water rides, chairlifts, a wave pool, tobogganing and much more.
But for those lucky enough to leave them at home, book a trip for one of the local wineries, The Crooked River Winery in Gerringong, The Silos near Berry and Coolangatta Winery Estate near Shoalhaven heads.
For those that are less inspired by the regions history, Berry is also home to a huge mass of festivals and markets held throughout the year.
Berrys main street has an array of clothing shops, gift shops and restaurants, the cuisine incorporating a mixture of local sourcing and creativity to produce the epitome of simplicity and culinary delight. Only a five minute drive from the beach, it means Berry achieves the best of both coastal and inland accommodation.
Maramingo, Kiama, is another quality South Coast Holidays property.
South Coast Holidays is:
2013 Winner South Coast Tourism Awards - Holiday Letting Service
2013 Finalist in REINSW Awards - Holiday & Short-Term Rentals Agency
2012 Finalist South Coast Tourism Awards
2011 Finalist in the Telstra Business Awards
2010 Finalist in the Illawarra Business Awards
2009 Winner of the Smart Company Fastest Growing Businesses Award
Visit South Coast Holidays NSW for the best range of self contained holiday rental homes. Or to find a motel, hotel, bed and breakfast or caravan park, visit South Coast Accommodation.
Really enjoyed our time away. Ocean views, clean, comfortable. Recommend this stay
KIRSTY, JUNE 2015
1 Car Spaces
Relax on the sun drenched deck and watch surfers (and the occasional whale!) at Bombo Beach.