Welcome to the peace and comfort of the Classic Beach House Moore River, Guilderton.
After a day spent at the beach a 5 minute walk on the golf course or on the Grand Dune, the huge front terrace is the place to enjoy the sunset and unwind unless its the time of the day you'd rather grab a rod and go fishing for Taylor as the sun sets over the Indian Ocean.
No matter what you do the classic Beach House is an immaculate home, setup with relaxation in mind. Its spacious, comfortable and very very clean.
The home offers:
3 BEDROOMS - 2 X KING BEDS + 2 X BUNK BEDS
ALL LINEN, PILLOWS, DOONA'S AND TOWELS ARE PROVIDED
LIVING ROOMS UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS
FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN WITH COFFEE MACHINE
BATHROOM WITH SEPARATE SHOWER AND BATH
OUTDOOR HOT AND COLD SHOWER
FLAT SCREEN TV'S
DVD and CD PLAYERS
BOARD GAMES AND BOOKS
FENCED PLAY AREA FOR CHILDREN
The back yard can be closed off so we do invite you to bring your small dog with you.
There is also an outdoors hot and cold shower, which we greatly appreciate our guests using after the beach as it will save both cleaning time and the environment.
Early checkins or late checkouts by request
You will need to bring your beach towels, personal toiletries and we recommend you bring with you provisions due limited supply and availability .
The water quality in Guilderton isn't great for drinking so we do suggest you bring bottled water with you.
From the minute you turn off the main road a sense of tranquility takes over. The rolling hills, the distant lighthouse, the blue of the ocean – whatever it is, there is something very special about Moore River and the town site of Guilderton. The estuary, where the Moore River meets the ocean is the place for coffee, picnics, swimming, fishing and kayaking and boating.
The Classic Beach House really is a great home for families or friends who either want to simply relax or enjoy a more active getaway with golf, fishing, or taking on the Desert Dune - a massive dune where children both big and small, use body boards to surf down the dune and out into the river below. Its a must-do Moore River activity.