Cosy cottage nestled on the Port Campbell headland with spectacular bay views. Superbly positioned on a quiet street opposite national parks, giving it a secluded feel yet still being in the heart of the town. Offering a full kitchen, 2 queen beds & a bunk room it is perfect for families & groups, or couples who enjoy space. The large balcony overlooking the bay provides a great platform for star gazing, watching sunsets, listening to the crashing waves or just soaking up some fresh sea air.
The cottage is a home away from home with a full kitchen equipped with all the pots, pans and utensils you need to cook up a feast and a family size BBQ on the deck to enjoy alfresco dining if the weather is nice.
We have heating in all bedrooms plus a split system in the main living space which also helps to cool the house in summer. The cottage has a homely feel with plenty of natural light, comfortable beds, and free wifi.
There are also lots of bird life and rabbits on the headland for spotting, and it is also the home of the endangered Southern brown bandicoot if you are lucky enough to find one.
Its location is unique because you are only meters from the southern ocean, so close you can hear all the sound of the ocean and watch the ever changing bay as the swells and weather changes.
Zugang für Gäste
The house is a free standing home so you have the whole place to yourselves. Free wifi is included. Uninterrupted views of the bay of Port Campbell.
There is a washing machine and detergent provided to do laundry, and a clothes line for when weather is good! Also there is a clothes horse for when the weather is not so good!
Interaktion mit Gästen
Guests are provided with a code for the key safe so they can arrive as they chose. I am only a phone call away for any issues during your stay as I live close by.
NO SMOKING INSIDE HOUSE
Please remove shoes at the door.
Do not park on grass.
3 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt vom 30. März 2018 - 1. April 2018.
Local to the Port Campbell area, growing up on a diary farm, I studied nursing in Melbourne and worked as an ICU nurse for a few years before returning home to get married and settle. I now live just out of Port Campbell on 50 acres with my husband and 3 children. Prior to kids my husband and I travelled the world for a couple of years where we experienced so many amazing places, so I love being a part of other travellers journey in some way.