Cleaning Fee Applies to all Bookings
4 Night Stay AVAILABLE from 4th to 8th Jan - 5 Night Minimum Stays Apply from 11th to 31st Jan.
4 bedroom family home in quiet location of MacLeans Point Road, Sanctuary Point.
Open plan living upstairs with modern kitchen and Air Conditioning.
Living area opens out to a large covered deck complete with outdoor setting, BBQ and water glimpses.
Step out to deck at front of house which overlooks a park opposite. Great spot for the morning coffee.
2 bedrooms upstairs, both open out to decks. Main Bedroom complete with Ensuite.
Main bathroom upstairs with bath, vanity, shower and separate WC.
Downstairs has 2 bedrooms. Bathroom/laundry combined with 2nd shower & WC.
Second living area which steps out to a covered outdoor area.
The covered outdoor area has a Table Tennis Table plus Hammock.
Also a 3rd living area for the kids with bean bags, TV and an array of board games.
The whole family is catered for.
Fully fenced back yard. Plenty of off street parking.
Room for a boat.
Complete with High Chair and Travel Cot.
Garage NOT available.
HIGH SEASON - $2350 per week 7 Night Stay 22nd Dec 2017 to 31st January 2018
Shoulder Season - $1550 per week - Daily $275 - Minimum 2 Night Stay - 1st Feb to 30th April Excluding Easter 1st Sept to 22nd Dec
Low Season - $700 per week - Daily $175 - Minimum 2 Night Stay - 1st May to 31st August
Linen IS REQUIRED
Bedding: 2 Queen - 1 Double - 1 Tri Bunk
Easter 4 Night Minimum Stay High Season Rates Apply
October Long Weekend 3 Night Minimum Stay
Strictly NO PETS
Strictly NO BUCKS/HENS PARTIES - SCHOOLIES
BOOKING FEE $55
CLEANING FEE PER STAY - $140
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.
Everything you need is available in the friendly seaside villages of Huskisson and Vincentia.Cafe's, Restaurants, Supermarket, Gourmet Butchers, Fish Shop and a few charming boutiques.
Treat yourself to dinner at local Restaurants, The WaterHouse, Stonegrill. Wild Ginger or Gunyah at Paperbark Camp.
Revamped Huskisson Pub or Huskisson RSL Club Jervis Bay with courtesy bus.
For wine lovers there are 15 vineyards throughout the Shoalhaven Region all producing a wide variety of quality wines.
For the golf addicts, Vincentia offers 13 Holes and St Georges Basin 18 holes.
For the rainy days, Vincentia Indoor Leisure Centre - opposite Vincentia High School.