The Polehouse complex is of 2 storeys, with the owner's house above, the 2br unit on the lower level still enjoying fabulous views and the 2 storey 1br unit semi-detached from the main house. The property faces NE across the lake at the very bottom of Scenic Ct on the left. The garden contains native plants, fruit trees and a wide selection of herbs. NOTE: Guests usually bring their own LINEN UPPER and LOWER sheets, towels. However, it may be provided via a linen service at a fee of $10 per guest plus a $10 delivery charge. FREE wi-fi is available. Note a 3 NIGHT MINIMUM BOOKING applies, except for Christmas/Jan when it is 7 nights. This listing refers to the 2br unit.
This unit enjoys wonderful lake and rural views from the living area and from the private patio with wood-fired bbq. There is also a sheltered viewing deck facing NE. The main living area is gas-heated and contains fans for the warmer weather. The master bedroom has a Q/S bed and the second bedroom two single beds. A bed/couch in the living room can take an extra guest. The unit can take up to 4 adults plus 1 child. In a corner, a laundry area with washing machine and trough is located. The shower and toilet can be used independently. There is an electric stove with oven and hotplates as well as a microwave and a full-size refrigerator. The mudbrick and poles create an informal ambience. A private parking bay is situated outside the unit.
Mallacoota remains a pristine area with lakes and beaches, surrounded by Croajingalong National Park, a World Biosphere Reserve. It is ideal for relaxed, nature-based holidays. Activities include beach and lake swimming, river and lake boat cruises, use of hire boats, ocean and lake fishing, boating, beach walks, bushwalking and bird watching. There are 2 restaurants and 3 cafes serving fresh healthy food and good coffee. The bakery has its own cafe. There are also two supermarkets, a pharmacy, a medical practice with 3 doctors and a community health centre. Mallacoota has been known over many years for its art and music activities, often attracting well-known performers eg. Eric Bogle, Ronald Farren-Price and Slava Grigoryan. Admission prices are remarkably low. Altogether, Mallacoota is a place to unwind from big-city pressures and to experience nature at its most unspoiled.
The Polehouse is located in the hilly Karbeethong area of Mallacoota, with close access to the lake and National Park. The main town is situated about 5 minutes away along a scenic lakeshore road. The property faces North across the lake and a farm with grazing cattle, picking up sea breezes and plenty of sun. The ocean is situated to the NE. Sunrise can be enjoyed across the lake, and the Howe Range turns pink as sunset approaches. Being at the bottom of a court, there is no through traffic. Guests often stay on the property most of the day to relax and take in the stunning views. They are encouraged to use herbs from the garden in their cooking.