New house in a quiet location which guarantees a good night's sleep. The owner lives on the premises in separate quarters. Two light filled, cosy queen size bedrooms, accommodating 4 guests are located in a private section of the house with its own access. Price from $110 - $120 per night per room. Guests share a large modern bathroom, kitchen and sitting/dining area. A microwave, fridge, sandwich maker, kettle and BBQ are available. Linen, towels crockery, cutlery and some staples such as tea, coffee and milk are provided. Off street parking is included. The accommodation is pet friendly.
It's a 5 minute drive to pristine beaches, shops, restaurants, cafes, harbour, movie theatre, Funland, Leisure Centre, tennis courts, clubs and churches.The Dunn-Lewis Bowling Alley in Ulladulla is an excellent venue for those who enjoy this activity. The One Track For All walk with beautiful ocean views as well as The Time Walk are a few minutes away by car. At the beach below, stingrays and pelicans come in to shore to snatch scraps thrown in by the fishermen as they clean their catch. Ulladulla sea pool is a good spot for exercising as well as enjoying sea views. Nature and coastal walks are plentiful. The South Pacific Heathland Reserve provides spectacular views of the coast, as do other trails in the area.
In Mollymook, Bannisters By the Sea and The Pavilion are relaxing poolside venues where you can enjoy a drink, snacks and meals.
Mollymook, Colliers, the Bogey Hole, Narrawallee and Ulladulla beaches are a short drive away. Wineries, clubs, a bowling alley, two golf courses, bush walks, nature reserves and lakes are some of the other attractions available in the area. Courtesy buses transport you to and from all clubs.
Historical Milton, a small rural village set in a valley, is only seven km away from Ulladulla and has an interesting mix of clothing, homewares, cafes, art galleries, restaurants and pubs. The Harvest Bar is a great place to relax and enjoy tapas, snacks and drinks. It features great sea views and live music on weekends. The Star Hotel also has live music on Friday nights for those who like to hit the dance floor. The Commercial Hotel, Pilgrims and St Isidore are well known for their excellent meals, as well as other restaurants in the village. For those who would like to climb Pigeon House Mountain, directions are clearly signposted from Milton. The views are spectacular Cupitt's award winning winery is known for its beautiful scenery, fine food, home brewed beers and cheese making.
South of Ulladulla, Bawley Vale winery is open to the public. Take a picnic lunch and enjoy the views and wine-tasting. On the way, visit the amazing rock sculptures at Dolphin Point, created by a local artist.
For those who love the outdoors, surf beaches are plentiful and for those who would like to learn to surf, lessons are available. Narrawallee Inlet, Burrill Lake, Tabourie Lake, Lake Conjola and Ulladulla Harbour are great places to kayak and paddle board. There are two Golf Clubs - Beachside and Hilltop. For kids and adults alike, mini golf can be played at Burrill Lake. Fishing spots abound and deep sea fishing can be organised.