About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 nights
Hamelin Bay Beach House was built in the 1960,s it is situated on 8 acres of beautiful gardens and shady peppy trees with views across the Indian Ocean and Deepdene Valley.
This spacious holiday home features open plan living with a wood fire for the cosy winter months, a huge country kitchen with a Falcon cooker range, three bedrooms, one bathroom, relaxing sunroom, huge front deck over looking the view and a back entertainment area with BBQ.
Only 2kms to beautiful Hamelin Bay which provides safe swimming, snorkelling, fishing and boating.Ten minute drive to Augusta, home of the Blackwood River and the new Augusta boat harbor. Enjoy the beaches, wineries ,Leeuwin Lighthouse ,caves and the scenery that the South West has to offer.
- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 13, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Please ask the owner or check their rental agreement when booking the property.
The sea of tranquillity
A great place, with a blissful view and ambience. Even the kayak (provided) came in handy on the river in Augusta. This is what the world used to be and this is what the world could have ideally been. Thank you Paul and Paula for sharing this with us townies.
Very cool beach house with amazing outlook. Conveniently located close to Hamelin Bay beach, Augusta and Margs. Could easily live here!!
We all went on a summer holiday.
The cottage was charming. My friends and I watched the sunset over the ocean each and every night. Inside the cottage was clean and bright.
The beach house was lovely and welcoming from the minute you stepped out the car. The gardens were beautiful, the house lovely and clean with everything you could need for your stay. We loved it and would stay again. The owners have made the beach house a home away from home.
Thank you Jeanette for your beautiful comment.
We really enjoyed our stay, the place had everything we needed, clean and tidy...really quiet and great views would defiantly stay again.