PERFECT FOR THREE COUPLES OR TWO FAMILIES.
3 large bedrooms, 1x queen, 1x double + 2 singles, 1 double + 2 singles.
All beds have quilts & pillows. * * GUESTS TO SUPPLY OWN LINEN * * (including sheets, pillowslips, quilt covers, towels etc).
Spacious modern home with open living. Well equipped kitchen with Miele dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, electric stove/oven. Lounge with HD flat-screen TV, DVD, reverse cycle heater/air-conditioner in main living area. Three-way bathroom with shower and bath, separate vanity and toilet. Separate laundry with fully automatic washing machine. Paved and covered entertaining area with BBQ and outdoor furniture. Rainwater access from outside. Off-street parking.
Situated opposite park with playground, tennis courts, bike track and skate park. Beautiful elevated position with Lagoon views. Boat ramp is nearby.
Sorry - No access to garage.
Ideal for family and friends holiday.
The beautiful seaside town of Beachport boasts one of the longest jetties in South Australia, and rarely does a day go by without anglers of all ages trying their luck at landing a prized catch. A relaxed atmosphere prevails at this historic whaling port located on the north-western tip of Rivoli Bay, with the town offering a combination of scenic coastal splendour and opportunities for adventure.
Safe swimming abounds at the sandy beaches, with the mild conditions also proving perfect for a range of water sports. Inland, Lake George is a popular spot for locals and visitors, and is home to a wide variety of species including black swans and migratory birds.
The Pool of Siloam is unique to Beachport. With a salt concentration seven times greater than the sea, it is an ideal swimming spot creating unusual buoyancy, and has a reputation for its powerful healing properties.
Beachport is also a town steeped in history, with museums and historic buildings providing windows to the past. For those keen to step back even further in time, a large midden heap at Three Mile Rocks provides a fascinating reminder of the local Aboriginal heritage.