About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Remember our 'My Bruny Island Home' accommodation from 3 years ago, with the chocolate penguins and homemade cookies? Well, we are back and so are the chocolates and cookies.
My Bruny Island Home is located in Cox Drive Dennes Point, with foot access to beautiful Nebraska Beach. The house is solely for your use, there are two Queen bedrooms in a cosy, double glazed house with original artworks and a long Huon Pine table designed and made by Bruny Islander Bernd Farasin.
It is the perfect place to relax, walk to the Café/gallery at Dennes Point or travel further afield to the Bruny Island Cheese factory, oyster farm or south Bruny adventures: surf, vineyard, Pennicott tours and Inala bird tours.
It is our policy to not book visitors to arrive same day as those leaving so there is some flexibility with arrival and departure times.
Non-smoking, no pets
Day bed on verandah
BBQ, full kitchen facilities
Nespresso coffee machine/tea and pantry items
Linen and towels/heated towel rail (flannelette option)
Salus toiletries (made in Australia)
Flyscreens and mosquito nets
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Please ask the owner or check their rental agreement when booking the property.
Unbelievable spot and charming accomodation to match! Very clean, with the beach just down the hill, and the shop also very walkable down the main road
Beautiful house by the beach
We loved our stay at My Bruny Island Home. Great layout, location and perfectly relaxing. Beautiful bathroom products added an extra special touch. Hope to stay again soon!
Thanks so much Holly, appreciate that in your busy holiday schedule...perfect guests too!
Fantasic property and location
Everything about this home is generous and all fittings and appliances are of the finest quality. We loved our three idyllic days there. In the heat, there is shade and the house is airy. When days are cooler the sofa in the corner is the spot to curl up, a fire burning brightly on the hearth. The day bed offers a comfy relaxing spot on the verandah to read, write or snooze after lunch. An easy walk through light grasses and bush takes you to the most pristine beach imaginable; wading or strolling along past the old boat sheds takes me back to childhood growing up in Tasmania. When the cafe is open it is worth a longer walk around the rocks at low tide for coffee, sweet treats or an excellent lunch. I spoke with a woman on the beach who collects salt water to cook her potatoes in as it makes them so salty! Enough said. I highly recommend this property if you appreciate beauty, good taste, serenity, and wonderful view through the trees to the water and mainland Tasmania.