Bangalay is a 15-acre piece of paradise set on 300-metres of absolute waterfront, with only virgin bush and water as neighbours. Just a 15-minute drive or a 20-minute boat ride from the Narooma township through the magnificent Bodalla State Forest,
Bangalay Cottage is set in its own private place amongst native trees looking out over the pristine Wagonga Inlet, and decorated in a casual yet elegant coastal style. It has two double bedrooms, an open plan living-dining and kitchen area spilling out to a spacious veranda, furnished with table, chairs and chaise lounges and a Weber gas barbeque.
The Cottage has a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, and you will enjoy pure Egyptian cotton sheets and fluffy towels, flat-screen TV, DVD player, audio system, and access to an extensive collection of books, music and videos. On arrival you will be greeted with the aroma of freshly baked bread, with tea, coffee and the basis of your first breakfast provided
The Cottage is most suitable for a family of four or two couples. Outside the main holiday periods, it is available for two people at a lesser rate - when you are submitting your inquiry, please request the rates applicable under the "Message" section.
Two separate properties are available: this two-bedroom cottage and a one-bedroom apartment which can be viewed as a separate listing "Bangalay Luxury Waterfront Apartment" on this site Stayz listing number 221818. Each is situated within 30 metres of the waterfront with use of a private beach and boat ramp.
"your private piece of paradise..."
Enjoy wrap-around watery views from your private retreat, where the only signs of activity are jumping fish, water birds and the low putt-putt of the oyster farmers’ punt making their daily rounds.
Whichever property suits, at “Bangalay” you will be able to stay in complete relaxation mode. Watch kangaroos graze from your private verandah, marvel at the prolific bird life, fish from your own beach, collect wild oysters, or take off from the private boat ramp to enjoy the pristine wonders of Narooma’s famed Inlet. You can even venture out to sea to do some whale watching, diving or ocean fishing around nearby Montague Island.