Seaspell is a beautifully appointed three bedroomed beach house in a private, secure garden setting. Enjoy spectacular beach views from the rear balcony and the spacious elevated living/dining area.
Indulge in breakfast on the balcony while deciding whether to take a trip to the Coorong, ride the cockle train with the kids or just relax for the day.
Soak up breathtaking sea views from a comfortable sun-lounger or enjoy a glass of wine as the sun sets over the sea.
Breathe in the sea air and indulge your senses as you take the 3 minute trail through the sand dunes to the pristine beach.
Cook up a storm in the new, fully equipped kitchen while the kids are surfing or in the rumpus room or relax back with the sound of the waves- the choice is yours.
Open plan lounge with TV and DVD player
Table setting for 8
Spacious comfortable lounges
Sea views from every window
Reverse cycle air conditioner in the upstairs living area
Front balcony with sun loungers and table setting and sea views
Back balcony with table setting and river views
Kitchen with fan forced oven, microwave
Bedroom 1: Queen sized bed electric blanket, en-suite bathroom, large walk-in-robe, sea views, room for cot.
Bedroom 2: Double bed electric blanket, wardrobe;sea views.
Bedroom 3: 2 bunk beds sleeps 4
Main Bathroom: Full-sized bath and separate shower
Laundry: Washing Machine. ironing board and drying rack
Detached Rumpus Room: full-sized table tennis table and comfy lounges & Gas BBQ.
Seaspell is a little gem tucked away in a quiet corner of Goolwa within 3 minutes walk of a magnificent beach. An easy hour's drive from Adelaide and only 30 minutes from McLaren Vale wineries and less to the Currency Creek and Langhorne Creek wine regions, makes Seaspell the ideal location to explore the coast and the vines.
Experience total luxury in this pampering environment where couples and families can feel equally at home. There are separate spaces for adults and children/teenagers to enjoy.
There are many local activities on the door step for all ages to enjoy during different times of the year from the historic Cockle train to delight young and old ,to the whale watching season, surfing and wine tasting at the local wineries.
Local activities include beautiful beach walks at any time of the year. There are a number of tracks through the dunes that only take 3 minutes
Riding the Fleurieu bike trail along the magnificent coastline to Middleton, Port Elliot and Victor Harbor. The bike trail passes the rear entrance to Seaspell
Golfing is available on 2 local golf courses - one only 2 minutes drive from Seaspell and has excellent facilities including a restaurant open to the Public.
Surfing on Goolwa beach and the famous Boomer Beach at Middleton.
Water-sports such as windsurfing,water skiing, jet ski hire are available on nearby Lake Alexandrina and the River Murray.
Sightseeing and Places of interest
Coorong National Park - is adjacent to the mouth of Australia's longest river system. The River Murray consists of long shallow sailing lagoons that stretch over 100 kilometres in length. It offers accessible wild environments, towering sand dunes shallow waterways, rich flora and fauna and the opportunity to learn from the Ngarrindjeri cultural heritage.
Trips are available from luxury 4 wheel drive tours, backwater boats that can be hired, kayaking tours, eco-cruises, sailing cruises and camping tours. These can be booked at the main wharf in Goolwa.
Paddle Steamers - take a trip to the Murray mouth or enjoy a lunch or sunset cruise aboard a historic paddle steamer.
Hindmarsh Island5 mins drive
Take the bridge over to the island and drive down to the point where the river Murray meets the sea. Also available on the island is the Marina housing an excellent restaurant and Narnu Farm where horse riding is available.
Goolwa itself is a charming town which retains much of its heritage and history. It is the gateway to the River Murray and the Coorong National Park. There are several interesting arts and crafts shops in the main street including the Porter Street Gallery which has a fine selection of works in glass,oils, watercolour and metal and there are usually 2 artists in residence.
The Sunday morning market is held on the wharf side. Local fresh produce is sold along with arts and crafts- well worth a visit.
There are many restaurants and cafes to suit all tastes including Aquacaf on the river, Hectors on the Wharf,Salty Lime and Corio Hotel on the main street.
Sightseeing and Activities
5 minutes drive from Goolwa has popular surf beach and surfing lessons by Surf Culture Australia.
whale watching May - September
10 Minutes drive from Goolwa
Beautiful safe swimming beach at Horseshoe Bay; scenic clifftop walk; fishing;snorkeling;antique,craft and book shops;Flying Fish Cafe for the best fish and chips & Port Elliot Bakery
20 minutes drive from Goolwa
Whale watch centre and boat tours for whale watching in season.
Fairy penguin colony and Granite Island interpretive centre, ecological display and dusk tours
Horse-drawn cart across the causeway
Dolphin tours,a quarium tours
Urimbirra Wildlife Park - koalas,wombats,kangaroos,crocodiles,nocturnal house
Greenhills adventure Park - water slides,kayaking,flying fox,water bikes,picnic grounds , mini golf
Dunes minigolf, fairground
Many cafes in the Main Street
the rocks Cafe on Granite Island
Whalers Inn by the Bluff vantage point
Bremerton all an easy drive from Seaspell