A delightful beach villa situated in beautiful Silverleaves. Special touches include provincial style furniture in lightfilled rooms inspiring guests to relax and enjoy their time by the sea.
The inviting accomodation includes quality linen and towels, so you can just un pack your clothes and start your holiday AND Villa de mer invites canine friends
The living area opens to a large back garden to relax and play in, with outdoor seating and bbq. Downstairs there are two double bedrooms with a bathroom and separate toilet. Upstairs is a sitting room with a deck and two bedrooms, one queen and the other with a tri-bunk and a separate bathroom.
The kitchen has been filled with kitchen gadgets and appliances to keep the fussiest cook happy.
Even if the beach is not your thing, this property is perfect to settle in and relax or perhaps explore the great local cafes and restaurants, wineries, walks and the golf course.
four bedrooms two queen, one double, tri-bunk, single bed and double clik clak sofa in the upstairs sitting room. all linen and towels are provided for the number of guests staying.
two TV's and DVD players, CD, two reverse cycles, bbq.
Table tennis table
Fully fenced and secure
Summer $2500 per week
Winter $1200 per week
Shoulder $1700 per week
Weekends from $500 for 4 people, each additional guest $30
Groups $3000 per week for 12
INCLUDES LINEN AND TOWELS.
What can you do?
Visit the Penguin Parade, Koalas, Grand Prix Track.
Swim and surf at the famous beaches at Woolamai, Surfies Point, Ventnor and Cowes.
Fish at Rhyll and off the pier at Cowes,
Eat at the many café and restaurants in Cowes, visit the Phillip island Winery and Purple Hen Winery.
Feeling adventurous? Get a group together for Tough Mudder weekends, sail out to the Nobbies or walk around the Island.
Beautiful Silverleaves beach
By far the most beautiful beach on Phillip Island. Accessed by beach tracks keeps this a private and family orientated area. Swim,paddle,windsurf or just relax in the shallows.
Walk along the beach to bustling Cowes or wander along to Observation Point to see the bird breeding area.