Prepare to be enchanted from the moment you enter the cottage, a warm and inviting atmosphere is created with your every comfort in mind.
On the kitchen bench awaits a complementary bottle of local Ballast Stone wine, with cheese platter.
The fully equipped galley style kitchen has a vaulted ceiling and overhead skylight, and is part of the open plan living area. With white washed walls, Morrocan carpets and rustic pine dining table, this north facing area is bathed in natural light from double height floor to ceiling glass. Large sliding doors open onto the private rear courtyard and outdoor dining area. Dappled shade from the largest nectarine tree you will ever see, creates the perfect spot to enjoy a lazy lunch or BBQ.
Back inside the cosy lounge has a wood burning stove that provides gentle warmth and ambiance in winter, and a reverse cycle air conditioniner for year round comfort.
Walk on through to the adjacent separate lounge with queen sized sofa bed, large 55 inch flat screen TV, DVD with library, and dock for all your music needs. Just beyond is a nook with a lovely comfy single bed. French doors flood the room with light, and lead out into the walled front courtyard.
Upstairs is your own personal sanctuary, with tranquil views through the tree tops into the courtyard. Here you will find a luxurious Queen sized bed, prepared with fine quality linen and chockies bedside, a walk in robe, and another TV/DVD.
But best of all is the magnificent bathroom which has a sumptious spa bath complete with candles and bath salts for a nice relaxing soak, or if you prefer, a huge rain shower.
A couple of retro vintage bikes are available on request to take advantage of the fabulous coastal bike path from Goolwa to Victor Harbour.
Gourmet Getaway hampers are also an option for $50 and include, Skara bacon, free range eggs from our 6 happy hens, tomatoes, mushroom & spinach, toasted muesli, milk and yoghurt, a crusty loaf and a selection of Beerenberg jams and butter. Along with our complementary wine and cheese platter, chocolate chip biscuits and a selection of coffee pods and teas.
Located in Little Scotland, Goolwa's heritage district, you are just a couple of minutes walk from the Main Street and cafes, shops, pubs and galleries, or Goolwa Wharf where you can enjoy a weekend market, catch the Cockle train to neighbouring seaside towns, or cruise the Coorong. Home to a thriving boating community and an abundance of bird life there's always something of interest along the river. And of course there's miles of beach just over a kilometre away, with 4 wheel drive access. Popular for swimming, fishing, surfing and cockling, or just walking forever.
Within half an hour are a multitude of wineries, both the McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek are at your fingertips, or for some really spectacular scenery, Deep Creek National Park. It's all there for you to enjoy