In the middle of the Eurobodalla pleasure coast and nestled into a slope on a private access road, Captains House is a boutique property meters away from the beautiful shores of Tuross Head. The two story architecturally designed residence has ocean views from the upper balcony, and is only 3 house blocks from the shoreline.
The house features spacious living and dining areas, which wrap around the kitchen to a 10 seater antique dining table, perfect for entertaining family and friends.
The house is ideal for one family or 2 couples. The striking Jarrah hardwood staircase leads up to 2 Queen Size bedrooms (both with ensuite) and a 3rd bedroom with 2 single beds.
No Pets allowed and Non-smokers only please. The house may not be suitable for small children due to the interior polished timber stairs.
Captain’s house features a combustion fireplace, 42 inch plasma television with surround sound and DVD player complete with a library of DVDs. Board games and books are also available to utilise during your stay. Relax in the beautiful landscaped garden, undercover with the 6 seater outdoor setting whilst cooking your catch on the Webber BBQ. The perfect year round retreat venue.
What to Bring:
Linen for two Queen Beds and two single beds
Personal and beach towels (kitchen towels provided)
No Party Policy
Maximum 6 guest
Off peak check in from 1pm & check out by 11am (May be varied with prior approval)
Peak season check in from 2pm & check out by 10am
Join the early morning surfers at one of the 4 beaches, or relax at one tree point, watch the dolphins and keep an eye out for migrating whales. Take a Walk down to Tuross main beach or walk along the lake to the boatshed and hire a boat for the afternoon.
Stroll along the walking path at the back of the Tuross beaches, Take a picnic to the gardens beside the beach and relax under the Norfolk Pines which make Tuross one of the most picturesque spots on the east coast of Australia.
There is a choice of two good restaurants on the Tuross Lake, a 10 minute stroll from the Captain's House. Have gourmet fish and chips or a bucket or prawns on the wharf (they do good expresso coffee too), or book for a night out at the Pickled Octopus seafood restaurant. Both restaurants on the lake are BYO and highly recommended.
Try "The River" at Moruya for real 5 star dining. You will need to book ahead to get a table on the weekend or high season.
Venture further south to Narooma and catch a boat out to Montague Island to see the lighthouse, or the penguins on the twilight tour. Visit the National Trust listed Tilba Tilba to step back in time. Taste cheese at the factory, take up the walking trials, or shop for antiques and quality craft. Tilba is also the home to Paul West’s popular lifestyle show “River Cottage Australia”