Las Arenas is a large 2 story house just a short stroll to both beaches of Marion Bay.
Las Arenas has 4 bedrooms, 3 upstairs with Queen beds and 1 bedroom with a double bed downstairs for the less mobile person.
Their is R/C AIR CON upstairs and a wall unit downstairs. The house sleeps 14 people in qood quality comfortable beds.
Las Arenas has 2 living areas, the main lounge is for adults with a 46 inch flat screen, 8 seater leather lounge suite, stereo, pub-sized pool table, a dedicated beer fridge, DVD's, book shelf and magazines. The other living area has plenty of space for kids to play, it also has a 39 inch TV with inbuilt DVD player and a 3 seater leather lounge suite.
There is a huge kitchen with 2 FRIDGES and an 8 seater dining table, with another 12 or so seats, dining table and excellent quality stainless steel BBQ on the patio for al fresco dining.
House facilities include: Full laundry, seperate shower/toilet/vanities on both levels- huge DOUBLE shower downstairs. 3 Queen size beds, 3x adults bunks, 2 flatscreen TV's, 2 leather lounge suites seating 11 adults, main lounge with pool table & dedicated beer fridge, large stereo, 100x magazines, DVD's, book shelf & dimmer switches.
Outdoor facilities: There is 3rd fridge/freezer for BAIT ONLY on the large patio, stainless steel BBQ, tables & chairs, ample parking space for several cars and a boat.
PLEASE NOTE: Covered Pillows & Doonas are supplied but you MUST bring your own fitted sheet & flat sheet. Las Arenas uses solar hot water and electricity and runs on rainwater so please be concious of our precious environment!
Enjoy your time at Las Arenas and Marion Bay!
The old part of Marion Bay is a 2 minute drive from Las Arenas or a 10 minute walk. Here you will find the General store which is open 7 days & provides fuel, gifts, food, magazines, bait, household goods & a selection of DVD's for hire.
The Marion Bay Tavern is open 7 days with delicious Australian dining accompanied by awesome sea views. It also has take away pizzas, a bottle shop & ATM.
The town also has a playground & tennis courts and public phone. The Marion Bay boat ramp is located here next to the jetty (the Marion Bay jetty is famous for catching the biggest squid in the State!) and the beach is a family friendly beach, usually fairly tame water with glorious white sand & rocks to explore.
At low tide the right side of the beach close to Penguin Point becomes the perfect place for families with shallow wading pools, a large flat area for beach cricket and a small playground nearby.
Around the corner is Willyama Beach which is a beautiful unspoilt beach, with a nice wave on the reef and great scuba diving opportunities on the wreck of the Willyama (wrecked April, 1907).
Innes National Park is just a 5 minute drive from Las Arenas. There is a boat ramp at Fishermans Village in Pondalowie Bay and Stenhouse Bay Jetty is a great place to fish. The Innes National Park Visitor Information Centre is open 7 days a week.
The layout has been purposesly designed to be functional for entertaining large groups.
REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONING
Lounge Room- leather lounge suites, pub size Pool Table, dedicated Beer Fridge, 46 inch Flat Screen TV with DVD and large Stereo System. Loads of magazines and books to read.
Bathroom w/ toilet, double basin and shower all located seperately.
Beach Room Bedroom (40m2): Queen bed with 3 adult size quality wooden bunks. Leather lounge suite and large Flat Screen TV with inbuilt DVD player.
Yellow Submarine Bedroom: Queen bed and inbuilt wardrobe.
Green Room Bedroom: Queen bed and wardrobe.
Wall unit AIR CON
Main entrance is the Kitchen Door
Bathroom- with toilet, wash basin & huge double shower all have a seperate area for functionality. Door directly to outside patio.
Laundry- Washing machine, large 80L laundry basin (can double as baby bath) and cleaning items. Door directly to clothesline outback.
Kitchen- oven, microwave, open plan kitchen with 8 seater wooden dinning table. 2 fridges, one at each end of 7m bench space. Large cooktop in 'V' formation to make it easier to cook for large groups
Pantry for food storage.
The outside area has been designed to preserve as much native vegetation as possible. Two large trees dominate the property and afford both privacy and extra shade for both the house and any vehicles parked in the ample space provided. There is also a small garden of local native flora.