Welcome to the Mollymook Beach house. This newly renovated and freshly painted property will ensure you thoroughly enjoy your stay in the beautiful Mollymook beach of the South Coast. The Mollymook Beach house is a spilt level home that sleeps 13 people comfortably with 2 living spaces.
Level 1, Bedroom 1,Master bedroom Queen Bed
Level 1, Bedroom 2, Tri bunk Double bed, and single bed
Level 1, Bedroom 3, Bunks Single x4
Living room, kitchen, bathroom no bath, front verandah with dinning, back deck with dinning and outdoor sofas.
Downstairs consists of;
Ground Floor retreat- Queen Bed and bunks single x2
TV room, dining table, bar fridge, laundry/bathroom
The property is fully fenced and secure, bikes, and soft boards are also available.
The kitchen is stocked with all those essentials such as paper towel, glad wrap, alfoil, oil, vinegar, sauces, sugar, tea & coffee, salt, & pepper.
Mollymook Beach is a five minute walk while Rick Stein's famous restaurant and Bannisters Pizza and Cocktail Bar is just around the corner.
Mollymook Shopping centre with one of the best restaurants in the area, Tallwood Eatery , and the new Bannisters Pavilion Rooftop bar and restaurant is just around the corner.
The Mollymook Bowling Club is just around the corner for casual dinning and bowls. During the warmer months a jumping castle and activities are often there to entertain the kids.
The Mollymook Gold club is a short walk away. Mollymook has two golf courses. A 9-hole beach course at the southern end of the beach and the 18-hole Hilltop Course. Both famous for the scenery.
Mollymook Beach is one of the most popular on the South Coast. There A large rock pool at the southern end near the Mollymook headland. The tidal pool is called Bogey Hole and great for swimming and snorkelling. Surfing and board riding is very popular with many taking up lessons with the Pam Burridge surf school.
Narrawallee Inlet is very popular for families and paddle borders. The tide of the inlet can go right out so the children can explore the sandy waters, or on full tide the whole inlet can be full with paddle boarders, kayaks, and many blow up inflatables.
The beautiful town of Milton is only a short 5 minute drive. Here you can experience the antiques, local markets, wholesome food cafes and great coffee. Stroll through the shops and restaurants and in the distance you will see Pigeon House Mountain which is a great experience to climb, especially early morning.