About the property
- House3519 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 3 nights
You will find yourself in paradise when you arrive at Absolute Paradise Beach House. This holiday rental is awesome. The location cannot be matched as it is so close to the water and has Turners Beach as its backyard. You have great ocean views from the upstairs lounge and balcony with a sheltered outdoor setting. The northern sun also comes into the House keeping it bright and worm. What we love the most about the house is its close proximity to the water. You can hear the gentle soothing sound of the waves lapping on the sandy beach from inside the House.
We offer a true Beach House and we try to cater for everyone's needs. This two story 5 bedroom Beach House can be yours from as low as $19 per person per night (Minimum of 10 people for 7 nights off peak). The house sleeps 8 upstairs and 8 downstairs. It has 4 queen, 3 double and 2 single beds.(Extra single beds can be provided) Upstairs is large and spacious and has 2 ensuite bedrooms and a 3rd with 2 singles. There is also a double futon in the lounge. Downstairs is also self-contained and arranged into 2 small apartments, each with their own bathrooms and one with its own little kitchen. Bring your family and bring your friends to receive a great rate.
With cooking facilities both upstairs and downstairs you can still be tempted to go out as there are so many great pubs and cafe restaurants to eat out in Ulverstone only 5 minutes drive away and Devonport is only 15 minutes away. Not to forget the new trendy gourmet cafe "La Mar," that has just recently opened in Turners Beach. It is a great local place to visit for Breakfast, Lunch dinner or Brunch.
I won't blame you for wanting to stay at the house and go nowhere as it is so nice however if you prefer to be out and about the surrounding area has lots to keep you occupied. Turners Beach is on the boundary of the North Central and North West coast tourist region of Tasmania. Contact me for a 7 day holiday program guide staying at Absolute Paradise Beach House and visiting the not to be missed sites in the area.
Note: We try to accommodate people according to their budget and offer great rates for groups of 10 or more.
- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, portuguese, mandarin
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 16, 2018
About Sam Buttigieg
Married with a small family. We Love Turners Beach and want to Share our Experience of it with others. Enjoy.
Sam Buttigieg purchased this House in 2010
Why Sam Buttigieg chose Turners Beach
Great Location, Right on the Beach. Not in the middle of nowhere but in a very quiet little beach side place. Beach is mainly used by Locals. A Great House with Large Bedrooms and Lots of Space. Rooms have their own facilities. Great for large Family groups or share it with some Friends. An Awesome Place to stay if you Love the Beach.
What makes this House unique
The Beach is your Backyard. You will probably have your own bathroom (4 bathrooms) Ocean/Beach Views
Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Brilliant Location, Great Value, Ample Space,views
Absolute Beach House, was Brilliant, so much space, 4 Bathrooms, 5 Bedrooms, back yard onto Beach. Swam,3 out of 4 days. Great location to so many places. Views from top deck to the water were amazing. 9 Adults,we loved it. Such good value, affordable on a tight budget. We loved it.
Hi Cheryl, Glad to hear you had a Brilliant time at Absolute Paradise Beach House. It truly is a Great house in a Great location and very suitable for large groups.
We stayed as a family of 15......adults and children.
I would happily recommend the place to anyone for a get away.
We are plannig on returning next year.
The beach is wonderful and we spent most of our available time there.
Owner was wonderful to deal with..............our grand daughter must have taken a set of keys out of one of our bags without us noticing when we packing to come back home.............and the owner returned them back to us at his own expense.
Thanks Ruth and Andrew. We look forward to having you stay again next year.
This home was perfect for our visit. plenty of room and in a great spot with the beach at your back door. Highly recommended.
Hi Leila, I am so happy that you found Absolute Paradise Beach House to be perfect for your visit and thanks for your recommendation. You most welcome to come again.
Fantastic for large family groups
Our family of 7 adults and 8 children lovedour stay. Plenty of room and direct access to the beach was great.
Thanks very much Ronym, So glad to hear you and your large group enjoyed your comfortable stay.
Comfortable house with easy access to the Beach
We stayed two nights at this property before concluding a week-long road trip in Tassie. Everyone, especially the kids, enjoyed the place because the beach was only just beyond the fence and could walk to the beach any time they wished. The place was clean, tidy and comfortable with a nice ocean view from the balcony and the sitting room. The host was quite helpful and kind enough to make special arrangements for us to collect the keys when we informed we were running very late for check-in.
Thanks Ravi, Glad to hear you had a Great Time and enjoyed the Beach and the House. Yes I can always cater for people to collect the Key at anytime of the day or night.
Fabulous place to stay
Comfortable beds. Fabulous showers. Fantastic views. Great spot for kids with easy access to the beach. We had 6 adults 2 children . Loads of privacy . No wonder it's called absolutely paradise !
Thanks Sandy, It just goes to show that you don't have to travel far to have a great holiday. You are always welcome to stay again and tell your friends. Regards, Sam
7 Days in Turners Beach. Just a few suggestions, most places I have visited and taken visitors to, I have not done the wine route though. There are many other small local attractions to visit e.g. Ulverstone Museum, the many local opp shops/antique shops, and don’t forget Turners Beach’s Famous “Berry Patch” and the Turners Beach’s “La Mar” Café , There is also Braddons Lookout not far away. The tourist information office is in Ulverstone (5 minutes away) and Devonport too, if you want maps and more information. Day One: Arrive, settle in, enjoy the beach, do some shopping in Ulverstone (5 minutes away, Coles and Woolworths) or have a night out at the many pubs, restaurants and cafés. Day Two: Leven Canyon day trip Picnic or wood BBQ and toilets on site, Short walk to canyon, If interested, a long walk through the rainforest circuit. Visit “Wing wildlife Park” (106 acre property home to 150 different species) on the way home or on another day. Go fishing at the mouth of Forth River in Turners Beach at the turn of the tide. Day Three: Gunns Plains Caves are well worth the visit, (54 caves and sink holes and some of the largest limestone shawl formations in the southern hemisphere) illuminated with led lighting throughout as well as glow worms. I recommend you travel to Penguin through Ulverstone and then along the coast road (the scenic route). When you get to penguin have your photo with the giant Penguin and try to spot other little penguins in the town. Then take the B 17 road to Gunns Plains (via Riana) for a truly spectacular tourist drive through the mountains. (Cave tour times are usually every hr. on the hr. and allow 1 hour from Penguin to enjoy the view and not be late for the guided tour. Follow the Leven River back to Ulverstone or Turners beach or go via Preston Falls and enjoy the quiet country drive. Day Four: Visit the “Multi-international awards winner,” Tasmazia & The Village of Lower Crackpot. Only 44km, or about 36 min, Tasmazia includes 8 mazes, featuring The Great Maze, reputedly the world's largest. There is also “The Village of Lower Crackpot,” a whimsical model village built to 1/5th scale, and explore the “Embassy Gardens”. There is also a famous Pancake Parlour, a Gift Shop, a Lavender Farm, and ever present views of majestic Mount Roland. Visit the Tasmazia website for more info and to view the great range of attractions the Tasmazia complex has to offer the whole family! Day Five: Wine Route, from Devonport visit Hawley Wines (Gingerbread House), then Barrington Park Vineyard, Lake Barrington & White Rock Vineyard. Leven Valley Vineyard, Motton Terraces and finishing up at Tavner's Winery in Penguin. You can pick up a Wine routes brochure from the Tourist information office in Devonport or Ulverstone. Ten minutes East of Devonport is Ghost Rock Vineyard, 1055 Port Sorell road Northdown. For the beer drinkers, Seven Sheds Brewery can be found in Railton. Day Six: Go to Cradle Mountain. It is only about 80 km and will take you about an Hour. Well worth the visit, it has great scenery and lots of great walks for both young and old to go on. Day Seven: Visit the House of Anvers Chocolate Factory for a Belgian style breakfast, they serve morning and afternoon tea as well as a fine Tasmanian lunch. The Cherry Shed (Home of the Big Cherries) is on the way to Latrobe too, where you must visit the Reliquaire (a Shop like on other you have ever been to) Very interesting and fascinating, too hard to describe, (Allow an hour to browse the large shop/museum). Visit the Axeman’s Hall of Fame, and Ashgrove Cheese, and the Murals and Honey Farm in Sheffield. Visit the Don River Railway and museum just before you get to Devonport and take a ride on an old steam locomotive. www.donriverrailway.com.au or http://www.greatrailexperiencestasmania.com.au/operators/don-river-railway/ Alternative Day: Visit Burnie, City of Makers workshop. An incredible display of hand made products and artworks. Timber, glass, and jewellery a speciality. Also Burnie has a 75 year tradition of paper making. See how paper is made by hand and join a tour to learn this ancient art. Visit the Burnie Regional Art Gallery to view the vibrant and varied exhibition. Visit Burnie regional Museum and see how people lived more than 100 years ago. Checkout Emu Valley’s internationally acclaimed, multi award winning Rhododendron garden with over 23000 plants set in a spectacular landscaped 13 ha Amphitheatre. I won’t blame you if you just want to stay at the Beach House and not go anywhere. It is a great place to relax, read a book, breath in the fresh air and de-stress