La Brisa has just been sold but will continue to be listed under the name Stormy Sea Beach House.
You can still book the house and everything will be the same... maybe even better
La Brisa is a solid rendered, light and spacious character cottage literally 100 steps from the beach.
It is tucked into a secluded bush setting, so that whilst one hears the waves crashing on the beach, there is protection from the elements.
The house will appeal to people wanting accommodation designed for a nature based holiday experience, yet still providing all the comforts required to have a relaxed and enjoyable time.
The house has three bedrooms with one queen, one double and two single beds, so can sleep six people comfortably.
There is a fully equipped kitchen so that one can take advantage of the specialty Kangaroo Island produce and adjacent to the living area is a great outdoor patio with BBQ.
The lounge has a cosy wood fire for those cool nights, a TV, stereo, books and games, and there are overhead fans in the living area and main bedroom.
The laundry has a washing machine, but guests should be mindful that the house is entirely run on rainwater, so minimal water consumption is appreciated.
The tariff for La Brisa is for the whole house for up to 6 people.
There is a linen fee of $20 per person per stay. sheets and towels
Please bring your own beach towels.
There is a $40 cleaning fee if you bring your pet.
Those 100 steps or so from La Brisa brings one to the middle of the expansive Vivonne Bay beach with its turquoise water.
The Eleanor and Harriet Rivers, with their calm water are both great walks from here.
The Harriet is suitable for boating, fishing and safe swimming for the kids and there is a playground on the western side of the river.
Further around, near Castle Rock and the jetty there is good snorkeling.
The jetty of course is a great place to try your hand at catching dinner.
Wildlife abounds, with wallabies, possums and goannas seen regularly near the house.
Little Penguins can sometimes be sighted after dark near the jetty and there is the odd fur Seal sighting and in the winter months Southern Right Whales.
Birds are ubiquitous and are seen in abundance both in the bush and on the sea shore. Be sure to bring your binoculars.
The local shop stocks basic supplies, makes the best whiting burger and one can hire kayaks, canoes, sandboards and surfboards.
The local golf course is an experience and then there is the coastline that one can walk for miles in either direction.
Vivonne Bay is ideally placed to access all of the major attractions on the Island.
Rustic Blue Gallery and the Marron Farm are close as are Little Sahara and the Raptor Domain.
Flinders Chase, Seal Bay, Hanson bay and Kelly Hill Caves are all within a half hour drive.