If you are looking for a large, relaxing place to unwind and enjoy nature, the Beach House may be the holiday home for you. This is a two storey property featuring two fully self contained units, suitable for comfortably sleeping up to 10 people.
The home is located in an easily accessible area of Rainbow Beach, set amongst the trees and backing onto the National Park. It is within a 10 minute walk to the pristine beach or town centre, where you can enjoy a stroll along the sandy shore or indulge in great food and shopping.
The property is a short distance to the National Park pathway that leads to Carlo Sand Blow. Here you can sit and watch paragliders launch and soak in the spectacular views of Double Island and the Sandy Straits, while the kids boogie board the sandy dunes.
There is ample off road parking for a car and boat as well as an external, lockable space for surf boards and fishing gear or for use as a kennel for the family pet when you have a day out in the boat.
2 fully self contained units - one upstairs and one downstairs
4 bedrooms with 2 queen, 4 single & 2 single trundle beds
2 lounge/dining areas
2 flat screen TVs
2 DVD players
2 fully equipped kitchens
2 bathrooms with showers
2 separate toilets
Small bath upstairs
Reverse cycle air conditioning
Standing fans in bedrooms
External laundry with top loading washing machine, dryer and drying area
Upstairs outdoor deck with 12 seater table
Downstairs covered outdoor deck with lounge and dining setting overlooking the National Park
Family size gas BBQ
2 car off street parking
Lock up garage
Unfenced yard, backing onto National Park
Pet friendly downstairs
Maximum Occupancy: 10 people
Babies or toddlers sleeping in a port-a-cot or bassinet are not included in the maximum occupancy.
Linen and port-a-cots can be hired at an additional cost.
Please supply your own personal and household items such as hair and body products, washing powder, toilet paper, dishwashing liquid etc.
A $25 booking fee applies to all bookings.
2 Car Spaces
Unique beach house backing onto National Park