This is a unique opportunity for a large group to stay at stunning King's Beach Retreats. This large beach-house has never before been available to non-family members and will be undergoing renovations throughout 2015 after which the rental price will rise accordingly. The main-house offers self-catering accommodation for up to 14 people with 4 queen size beds and 6 single beds. Located on prominent King's Head, the Main House commands amazing views along this famous wilderness coast. A two minute walk down a private access track will bring you to the secluded and sheltered King's Beach. The Heysen Trail, which is fast gaining an international reputation for stunning coastal walks, winds along the clifftops and is only one hundred metres from your doorstep. A thirty minute walk in the opposite direction will take you to Victor Harbor's geographical landmark 'The Bluff ' and Encounter Bay.
Alternatively, take a five minute drive to Encounter Bay and enjoy a variety of restaurants and cafes. A ten minute drive will bring you to Victor Harbor which boasts restaurants, hotels, major supermarkets, cafes, a library, DVD hire and the famous horse drawn tram to Granite Island.
The neighbouring towns of Port Elliot, Middleton and Goolwa are within easy reach as are the wineries of McLaren vale and Langhorn Creek, Waitpanga and Kings Beach, Cape Jervis and the heritage town of Strathalbyn.
Whether it's coastal wildlife, amazing sea views, energetic hikes along the clifftops or spending time on the beautiful foreshores, King's Beach Retreats near Victor Harbor is the right place for you. With moderate temperatures and friendly locals, the Fleurieu Peninsula has a lot to offer. If you are looking for great activities to fill your time there are plenty of attractions in Victor Harbor, from spectacular walks and trails, conservation parks, great whale watching points and arts and cultural events.
Kings Beach Retreats offers you private, tranquil surroundings and unending views, your own dramatic wilderness coast and fresh ocean air.
The Main House is constructed of local rammed earth and huge recycled jetty beams with interesting internal stepped levels to take full advantage of the views
Spend warm days on King's Beach where you can swim in an ancient Aboriginal fish trap. You might explore the Heysen Trail, laze around on the window seats in your private courtyard, play petanque, read a book or simply enjoy the mesmerising views from all directions.