This great value family holiday home has a wealth of amenities including ducted heating throughout, air conditioning and a wood fire in the living area, a large family living space off the kitchen, a large, fully fenced yard, and is only a short walk from fabulous Rye Back Beach.
Outdoor living offers a fully roofed BBQ area with an outdoor setting, making it the perfect place to spend those lazy, sun drenched holiday afternoons and evenings.
Whether you're visiting the area on business, for a family holiday, or for one of the many local attractions, "Rye Back Beach Retreat" provides the ideal base for all your activities.
-Not suitable for schoolies groups or parties/celebrations
-Check in from mid-December until the end of January is 4pm
"Rye Back Beach Retreat" is configured to comfortably sleep any combination of adults and children up to a maximum of 8...
Bedroom 1: One Queen bed
Bedroom 2: One Queen bed
Bedroom 3: One set of tri-bunks and one single bed
Tri-bunks are comprised of a double lower and a single upper
All beds are equipped with pillows, doonas and doona covers. Guests are required to provide their own linen unless otherwise arranged. All linen, including top & bottom sheets, pillowcases, towels & bathmats can be provided, with beds made up before arrival and stripped after departure, for a minimal fee.
Welcome to Rye...
As well as the plethora of bay and ocean beaches on your doorstep, this area is popular for its weekend markets, including craft and vintage markets, as well as its fresh fruit and vegetable produce. There are many market growers in the area, including Lamantina's, suppliers of fruit and vegetables to the nation's supermarkets. To the South, near Main Ridge can be found the Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm. In the warmer months, locals and visitors flock here to pick their own strawberries.
There is also another world that is easily accessible from "Rye Back Beach Retreat", and that is the amazing world of the Mornington Peninsula... This gorgeous slice of Victoria provides endless opportunities for a day's outing. Studded with top shelf wineries and gourmet restaurants, and adorned with some of the most glorious beaches you will ever see, the Mornington Peninsula is truly a jewel in Victoria's crown
Golfers are spoiled for choice in Rye with the Eagle Ridge Golf Course, Moonah Links Golf Club and the Dunes Golf Links all on nearby Browns Road, and that's just to name a few. Cycling is also a popular pastime on the Mornington Peninsula. Point Nepean Road and the Nepean Highway are used by cyclists, as well as shared trails. The Mornington Peninsula Shire has constructed almost 80 kilometers of trails.
Driving inland, this region provides an endless vista of rolling hills and pristine vineyards, while the coastal road offers some of the most strikingly beautiful seascapes in the state. The Mornington Peninsula is a compulsory addition to any visitor's itinerary.