ผู้เข้าพัก 7 คน
My bright, spacious and inviting home with stunning views of Georges Bay, is only a short drive to the iconic Bay of Fires beaches. Close proximity to cafes, providore, boutiques, galleries and beach walks. Comfortable family home with open plan living, spacious kitchen and dining area. This place is ideal for couples and families featuring 2 bathrooms and multiple sleeping configurations. A large enclosed back garden with multiple fruit trees combined with natives attracts many birds.
The house is very open and airy with lots of natural light filling the rooms. Morning sun fills the lounge, kitchen and master bedroom. A deck with outside dining suite and barbecue is a great place to enjoy a meal alfresco. The back garden is filled with fruit trees - pick your own lemons, cumquat or grapefruit when in season. Pears, peaches, nectarines and apples are also plentiful in late summer and autumn.
The whole house is yours to enjoy.
The house is not hosted.
As a fishing town there is a local seafood restaurant 'Salty Seas'. Lots of cafes and bakeries if you don't feel like cooking. Two independent well stocked supermarkets for fresh local produce to cook your own meals.
Quiet time after 10pm out of respect for neighbours.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
Hi, I am 62 years old, married to the love of my life, Michele, and proud father of 6, and grandfather of 7. Born and living in Launceston, Tasmania, although I did live in Western Australia from the age of 18 to the age of 36. I could not live without my wonderful family and all of our amazing friends.
Favourite travel has been to Turkey (twice), Italy and New Zealand. I am about to add France to this list. I would struggle to live without great food and Aussie red wines. MIchele and I were hosts in a 1824 built heritage homestead here in Tasmania for 2 years and met truly wonderful guests from all over the world. We appreciate all of the hard work that goes in to fullfilling this role for the comfort and benefit of visitors to our home state.
My motto: Today is the only day you have, yesterday is gone, tomorow isn"t here yet, so make today as pleasant an experience as possible. Life is too short.