This Cosy Coastal Apartment is located in the west of Melbourne within easy access to the Melbourne CBD and freeways going north and south. The apartment is totally self contained, with no interference from the owners, comfortable and private, with all the amenities you need. Perfect for couples or individuals. Situated in a semi light industrial precinct of North Williamstown, close to Wiliamstown Beach and Historic Seaport. A stones throw from Port Phillip Bay.
Best accessed by car although bus 415 stops close to the apartment which takes you directly to North Williamstown train station, the Historic Waterfront, shops, cafes, bars & restaurants. Frequent trains to the CBD takes 25 minutes.
Only 5 minutes walk down the road from the apartment are the salt marsh wetlands bird sanctuary, walking and bike paths leading to Port Phillip Bay, Botanical Gardens, Williamstown Beach and Williamstown Community Business District.
The apartment has a double bedroom, with hanging and draw space, lounge with TV and DVD, fully equipt separate dining room and newly renovated bathroom including washing machine and shower over a small bath. In the dining room is the kitchenette containing microwave, toaster, kettle, espresso machine. rice cooker, grilling machine, 2 hotplate cook top, electric wok, electric frying pan and condiments.
All crockery, cutlery, glasses etc are supplied and with our compliments tea, coffee, sugar and milk.
Plenty of extra sheets and towels if needs be.
Electric heaters available and electric blanket on the bed.
Please respect our property and our things and leave the apartment in the same condition as you found it.
Guest's have access to communal court yard..
Guest can make contact with me via mobile phone or messenger. Upon arrival and during your stay if anything isn't working or damaged please notify us immediately.
Safety features include.
First aid kit
Williamstown is one of Melbourne's most beautiful hidden gems. It's a picturesque historical seaside town with botanical gardens and a historic seaport. There is a variety of interesting cafes, speciality stores, sailing clubs, ferry to the city, bars, restaurants, heritage buildings and breathtaking views of the city skyline across the water. It's connected by bike paths that follow the curves of the bay and is only 35 minutes drive to the city or 25 minutes on the train.
One of Melbourne's best kept secrets