This architecturally designed beautifully appointed house sleeps 11 and can easily accommodate two families. It comprises four bedrooms, two bathrooms, gourmet kitchen, and dual entertaining areas upstairs and downstairs.
The house has stunning 180 degree uninterrupted sea views across Backstairs Passage along with a very large deck, perfect for long lunches, relaxing breakfasts or those times when you want to enjoy the tranquility of just staring at the ocean.
Situated on the water's edge near the seaside town of Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island, you can marvel at the abundance of local wildlife including kangaroos, whales, dolphins, penguins and much more all from your private deck.
In summer you can see dolphins and seals frolicking in the water from the living room sofa. In winter with the wood fire glowing you can see whales migrating from the same chair.
Infinity is located five minutes out of Penneshaw where the ferry docks, and is 200 metres from Christmas Cove Marina. This quaint Marina is perfect for the keen fisherman or if you have your own boat to launch.
Accommodation and Facilities
Infinity provides luxury accommodation for up to 11 people maximum of 6 adults and can easily accommodate two families. The master bedroom with luxury ensuite, queen size bed, TV and built in robes provides stunning views straight out to the ocean and access out to the deck.
There is a second queen bedroom with built in robes and two single bedrooms with two bunk beds in each. All beds are provided with beautiful cotton sheets and feather quilts.
To maximise the incredible view the combined kitchen, dining and living room are located upstairs and sliding glass doors open out to the very large deck providing a seem less transition between the two spaces.
Downstairs is second large living room complete with flat screen TV, DVD player and pool table along with the laundry. Glass doors open out to another tiled outdoor space giving access to the large lawned area in front.
Master bedroom with en-suite opening out to the deck and view
1 x queen bedroom
2 x single bedrooms with bunks
Luxury main bathroom
Large entertaining deck
Open plan kitchen, dining and living space upstairs
Large living space downstairs
Wood combustion fire
Indoor extendable dining table seating 10
Outdoor dining table seating 8
Gourmet kitchen with Caesarstone bench tops and European appliances
Microwave oven, dishwasher
Extensive range of cookware, knives, glassware & crockery
50” Flat screen TV, Blue-ray DVD player
MP3 docking station
Pillow top plush Sealy Posturpedic mattresses, cotton sheets and feather doonas.
All linen provided except beach towels
Laundry with family sized washer and dryer
Iron & ironing board
Outdoor hot shower after a day at the beach
Landscaped native gardens with large lawn area
Attractions and Activities
Kangaroo Island is a pristine wilderness – a place that has offered protection to substantial populations of native Australian animals, a place of beauty and a place of escape.
Kangaroo Island or ‘KI’ as the locals call it is also big and surprisingly diverse. If you traverse its 155km length you’ll find soaring cliffs, dense bush land, towering sand dunes, wetlands and massive arcs of bone white beach.
Kangaroo Island is a true wildlife sanctuary. The Island has been spared the damage done by foxes and rabbits, ensuring the integrity of native bushland. Result? Animal and bird populations have thrived. Today, more than one-third of the Island is declared Conservation or National Park and it has five significant Wilderness Protection Areas. So Kangaroo Island continues to be a special and protected place.
Wildlife surrounds Kangaroo Island. The ocean is teeming with fish, sea lions and little penguin colonies. Stand on the shore in the cooler months and watch migrating southern right whales and their calves.
What to See and Do
A visit to Kangaroo Island is not complete without seeing the following places:
Seal Bay – approximately 1.5hrs from Penneshaw bitumen road
Prospect Hill – climb 500 steps to the top for a great view of both sides of the Island
Cape Willoughby Lighthouse, 20 minute drive from Penneshaw
Cape De Coudie Lighthouse & Borda Lighthouse both on western side of the island
Kelly Hill Caves
Paul’s Place – Parndana for Wildlife tours
Sheep Dairy where local cheeses and yogurts are produced
Numerous local wineries.
Excellent bushwalking opportunities.