Comfortable, Unique and Spacious Rustic Retreat Esperance Holiday Home is the perfect Family or combined Families getaway! A stone's throw to the beautiful Castletown Quay Beach boasts clear blue waters and pure white sand.
Take a stroll along the stunning foreshore past the Tanker Jetty to the centre of Town only 5km. Rustic Retreat is less than 1km in radius to Castletown Shops, Tavern, Bottleshop, TAB.
Rustic Retreat features an array of Polished Jarrah Floorboards throughout the main Open Living area's & Natural Wood Slab Benchtops and Decor abounds.
This property is booked as a complete Home, fully Self Contained, providing Linen and Towels.
Spacious Open Plan Kitchen, self catering facilities with a Natural Wood Slab Breakfast Bar and Benchtops, Gas cooking and you dont even have to do the dishes the Dishwasher will do that job!
Adjoining is the Dining Area and Lounge Area where you can put your feet up and relax on the Comfortable Leather Couch and enjoy the Flat Screen TV with built in DVD player.
Five Individual Bedrooms offering a combination of Single, Double and Queen beds. 2 WC's and 2 Bathrooms. The Master Bedroom boasts an Ensuite with a Spa Bath.
A light and bright Sunroom adjoins the outside pergola/BBQ area. The laundry is equipped with a washing machine, dryer, ironing board and iron.
Plus a Games Room with built in Bar and a Table Tennis Table!
We cater for large groups of people sleeping 11 in private bedrooms with an extra 2 persons accommodated on the Queen size Sofa bed (If required).
Ample parking is provided with a Double driveway which can accommodate 4 cars, a boat or caravan.
Pets are on application and are External ONLY. A Pet Bond will apply in addition to House Bond.
Recreational Facilities: Explore outdoors, take a short stroll down to the beach and laze on the snow white sandy bays of Esperance. Children can be entertained at the nearby Acacia Gardens offering Mini Golf, mini train surrounding the Playground and giant board games.
Discover the Wildflowers trek the spectacular Cape Le Grande National Park, adventure snorkelling, scuba diving, 4wd, hiking, fishing charter or bird watching. Maybe take a scenic helicopter flight over the beautiful Esperance Bays.
Catch the ferry to Woody Island or visit the local Dalyup Winery.
Alternatively take a short stroll to the nearest restaurant where you can purchase some delicious pub style meals or enjoy the waterside dining, al fresco on the Esperance beachfront.
Esperance History: Esperance still enjoys the laid back quality of life. In the 1970's when part of the Space Program of the United States of America landed in the region the town became world history. The unique pieces are housed in the Esperance Museum along with old farming machinery and implements from the 1950's.
In 1792, D Entrecasteaux used Esperance Bay for shelter during a massive storm, naming the town after his vessel. The first settlers drove stock overland from Northam, northeast of Perth in 1863. The town grew with the development of the Overland Telegraph in 1876 and boomed as a gateway town for provisions for miners in Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie in the 1890's gold rush. The town really began to progress in the 1950's when the Esperance Downs Research Station was built.
Today Esperance survives on Wheat, sheep and cattle farming plus tourism, commercial fishing and forestry.
Thank you so much for an amazing weekend, we all had a great time. This house is Fantastic and we will definately be making another trip down this way. We will make it longer next time. We can't thank you enough.
For squeaky white beaches, getting off the beaten track and bunking down under the stars, head south to Esperance. The place is so relaxed even the kangaroos sun bake on the beach. Esperance lies along the Southern Coast of WA. It is 721KM from Perth and is known as 'Australia's Whitest Beaches'. Stunning snow white secluded beaches and clear crystal waters unique to the Archipelago of the Recherche or the Bay of Isles, consisting of over 100 islands scattered throughout the 4000 sq kms of A-class nature reserves.
The Great Ocean drive is a circular loop of 38kms from Esperance Town square showcasing stunning views of beaches and bays, Twilight Cove, Blue Haven, Observatory Point, just to name a few. Experience the famous attraction of the Wind Farms scattered from Salmon Beach thru to Ten Mile Lagoon, which produce the power supply for Esperance.
Travel along to Pink Lake, a massive salt lake that glows a bright pink at certain times of the year, due to the dunalella salina algae and changing weather conditions.
To the East approx. 40 km from Esperance the magnificent Cape Le Grande National Park boasting the famous Frenchmans Peak and multiple bays.
Four take you National Parks take you up close to pristine nature with beautiful seasonal wildflowers, granite headlands, rugged coastal scenery and views over the islands of the Recherche Archipelago.
Great for camping, fishing, bush walking, one of the best spots is Lucky Bay. The campsite has solar hot showers, camp kitchens & BBQ's and plenty of bush walks with excellent coastal views.
Esperance has heaps to do including four wheel drive safaris, coach tours, helicopter tours, island cruises, diving charters, fishing, abseiling, skateboarding, sand boarding, canoeing, mini golf & a steam train!
Check out the museum, arts centre, art galleries and boutique aquarium with a touch pool for the kids.
Esperance is an ideal swimming spot, while West Beach, Fourth Beach & Observatory Beach boats some of the best surfing.
If snorkelling appeals, locals say the lagoon to the east of West Beach is good as is idyllic-sounding Blue Haven and Twilight Cove.
Esperance is situated a one and a half hour flight from Perth or a 750km drive. It's an ideal location for beach lovers.
The town is nestled on the shores of Esperance Bay with hundreds of islands dotting the coast making up the Recherche Archipelago. The authentic way to see Esperance is by four wheel drive.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Feb 26 2014 - Sep 30 2014
1 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add AU$25 per night, per additional guest|
Oct 1 2014 - Jan 31 2015
1 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||AU$500|
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A Bond of $500.00 is required which is refundable upon inspection of the property once vacated. Bond will be returned via Pay Pal after departure. Any damage caused by the persons of occupancy being malicious or accidental, excess cleaning required caused thru miss use of the property or its items, theft of goods, fire or water damage, damage or loss of keys provided will incur a fee charged
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (AUD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.