The house has panoramic views of the hills, both from the lounge area and deck, and upstairs in the completely separate master bedroom. With a queen sized bed, the upstairs room has windows on 3 sides with beautiful views of the country side and some sea views from the higher up windows facing toward the ocean.
Downstairs on ground level, there are two bedrooms, one with a queen bed, another with two single bunk beds. This layout would be ideal for an extended family, one or two families with children, or an adult group.
The living area is large and open plan with a central kitchen and large dining table. The lounge opens to a deck with barbeque and outdoor table, a perfect place to have breakfast and take in the hillside vista. All of the bedrooms are light and bright.
The kitchen is packed with crockery, pots and pans, a dishwasher, water filter and a breakfast bar area. Complimentary coffee pods, tea and long life life milk is available to get your stay started. The bathroom is small, but updated and has a separate toilet.
Outside there is a garden deck with sun loungers, hammock and a garden with several sunny spots to sit and relax. Or open up the large umbrella and have a BBQ on the small back deck off the lounge room.
Things to do
The house is also on the Encounter Coast bike trail, with safe and spectacular rides in two directions to both Victor Harbour and Goolwa. Also nearby, is the picturesque and historic town of Port Elliot with two family friendly pubs, Australia's oldest railway with a steam train still operating, excellent cafes and shops and many great walking trails.
Relax on the beach or enjoy safe swimming at beautiful Horseshoe Bay, or just cross the road to one of the best surf beaches in South Australia.
Bring your bikes and ride to Goolwa and see the boats and paddle steamers, visit the markets or lunch at one of the many cafes.
From Victor Harbour, take a ride on the horse drawn tram to Granite Island, home of the fairy penguins.
Explore the shops at Port Elliot with the variety of cafes and beautiful fashion and homewares shops.
Dine at one of the great local pubs and enjoy the music on Friday and Saturday nights.
Check out the wildlife-often there are seals, whales, kangaroos and penguins to be seen in the wild or visit one of the nearby wildlife parks.
Explore the many wineries and galleries between McClarenVale and Goolwa.
Launch your boat for fishing at Encounter Bay or rent a jet ski or kayak at Goolwa.
Take a ride on the steam train from Victor to Goolwa and sample a beer at the Boutique beer factory near the wharf before your return trip.
Take a cliff walk on the world famous Heyson trail to see spectacular sea and country views.