Architect designed, modern beach house.
Check-in: 2:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Kurreki is a low allergen environment
Always supervise your children at Kurreki
Max guests:10 (sleeps up to 7 adults)
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Sensational property that compliments the perfect part of our coast
My family loved our stay here. The house was clean. The eco experience was awesome and suited our search for a remote uncrowded surf destination. This pristine getaway will call us again.
Fire place was perfect due to the drop in temperature, this was just another good experience that we don’t get in Queensland.
Great property, good fun with a little family
Our stay at Kurreki was teriffic. It's a unique property, with all the rooms opening up completely to the internal courtyard, perfect for warm weather. We have two young children who enjoyed the stay. the property is perfectly positioned on the border of the national park and withing close proximity to both the front and back beaches. The property was a little light on in terms of pantry staples, so make sure you bring oil, salt, pepper etc with you
Rustic relaxed getaway
Perfect for relaxed getaway. Almost feels like camping! Worked great for small children as well
Thanks for a lovely weekend at Kurreki. We love the house!
Perfect for 2 families
Had a great weekend at Kurreki with another family - 5 adults and 5 kids. Plenty of room for all and suprisingly warm in the late Autumn evenings. Very well equipped with everything we needed. We have many friends who want to come and stay now after seeing our photos.
Kurreki is a property with potential
Kurreki is a well-designed, uniquely-laid-out space that is ideal for a large (10) family gathering/holiday. The beach is an easy stroll away and the village of Seal Rocks is perfectly charming.
The house is in need of some serious TLC and detailed cleaning, however. And the two, closely-adjoining houses are likewise set up for holiday letting, which means you may experience late-night parties close to your pillow space, as we did. Makes for grumpy kids (and their parents) the next morning.
Would we recommend it? Yes. But I would speak to the agent and ensure that the house is properly cleaned (particularly the wet areas) and attention to broken cooking range dials and similar annoyances like blown light-bulbs and sticky roll-a-doors are replaced/fixed before you pay the hefty tag that is required. Fair is fair in both directions, I say. “Unbroken” money requires unbroken goods/services. Reciprocity.
It's unfortunate that you didn't enjoy your stay at Kurreki in beautiful Seal Rocks. The driving rain and wind probably didn't allow you to fully enjoy the house or Seal Rocks but these things are out of our control. The weather conditions would have allowed you to make the most of the fireplace and the supplied fire wood though. The property on the same side as the children's bunk room is owner occupied so it is very unlikely that the neighbours kept any children awake particularly during an East Coast Low. Some people seem surprised that Seal Rocks is in the middle of a National Park. This obviously means no shopping centres / supermarkets or services and amenities that are taken for granted in urban areas. Every effort is made to repair or replace broken items in a timely manner but this also relies on guests reporting things they break or find broken. Unfortunately this doesn't often happen.