Little Blue@Goolwa Beach is a self contained 1 bedroom house. Little Blue offers a charming quiet place to stay whilst still being close to the town of Goolwa & the shopping centre. You can stroll to the beach & enjoy a coffee at Bombora Beach Cafe. If you are more adventurous you can quickly and easily access all the attractions of the Fleurieu penisula.
The accommodation is ideally suited for couples. Breakfast provisions can be arranged at an additional cos.t Sorry no pets.
The large light filled open plan living features:
- RC heating and cooling, ceiling fans
- a well equipped kitchen with all necessary cooking utensils, microwave, dishwasher and a small table for in kitchen dining.
- living area with two couches, 42" flat screen LCD TV and DVD player, separate stereo system, and FREE wireless connectivity.
- formal dining area seats 8 and has extra crockery and cutlery in the sideboard. Great for entertaining guests.
The Queensize bedroom has a built in robe, beach themed linen and separate TV. Quality towels, and bedding are provided.
- full size bath and sep shower
- separate toilet.
The laundry is equipped with automatic washing machine and drier.
-two decks front and rear each with outdoor settings. The enclosed rear patio area is adjacent to the gas bbq.
The gardens are well established and attract many of the local birds. A magpie family regularly visits.
-Separate off street parking
The Encounter bikeway is close by.
Goolwa offers a range of cafes restaurants and pubs. There are two wine tasting cellar doors at the Goolwa Wharf. A little further are the Currency Creek and Langhorne Creek Wine Regions and its about a 45 Minute drive to the famous Mclaren Vale Wine Region. For food lovers there is the regular Sat farmers markets at Victor Harbor and Willunga as well as the award winning Alexandrina Cheesery at Mt Jagged. Along the coast the towns of Middleton. Port Elliot and Victor Harbor offer more cafes, restaurants and bars.
For the outdoor enthusiast the options are endless, surfing, sailing, boating, golfing, bowling,,fishing, bush walking and more. History buffs will be interested in the early settlement story, historic buildings, the steam trains and paddle steamers.
The Goolwa markets held on the 1stt and 3rd Sunday offer food, bric a brac,hand made goods, plants, clothing and jewellery stalls.