The SpaceBerrara Beachfront is the upper level of an architect designed house. It is completely self contained with separate access, and has two bedrooms both with a queen size bed and ensuite bathroom, as well as a generous living area, large balcony with stunning water views, and kitchenette. We live downstairs and can help you with tips about the local area, but you can also have complete privacy.
Queen size bed, water views, built-in robes, ensuite bathroom with bath, shower and toilet.
Queen size bed, water views, built-in robes, ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet.
TV, DVD player, comfortable designer lounge suite, queen size sofa bed, coffee tables, dining table and seating for 6.
Fridge, microwave, dishwasher, sink, crockery, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, rice cooker, electric wok.
Gas BBQ, outdoor table and chairs, stingray chair, sun lounge, ocean views.
Arrange with the owner. Washing machine, dryer, clothes line.
Enjoy the grassy areas, deck chairs, outdoor tables under the trees, additional BBQ, outdoor shower, vegetable and herb garden. Guest AccessGuests have full access to the upstairs residence and to the shared garden with steps leading directly to the beach. Interaction with GuestsWe are available to help with all of your questions about the house and the local area, but we also respect your privacy. The NeighborhoodBerrara Beachfront is located in the quiet coastal village of Berrara nestled in between Conjola National Park, Swan Lake and Berrara Beach. It is about a five minute drive south of the urban centre of Sussex Inlet, which has all the supplies you’ll need – supermarket, chemist, bottle’o, post office, ATM, bakery, small cinema, clubs and take aways – but is neatly out of sight when you’re done.
The Cudmirrah Store and Café is about 2km away on the shores of Swan Lake. Open 7 days a week for newspapers and basic groceries, they serve coffee, breakfast and light meals, and fire up the wood fired pizza oven at night.
It is an easy half hour drive to Milton, Mollymook Beach, Ulladulla, Manyana, Bendalong, Lake Conjola, Jervis Bay and Nowra.
Your hosts are happy to help with suggestions for local attractions and places to eat. Getting AroundYou will need a car. Outdoor parking is available for multiple cars. There are courtesy buses to and from Sussex Inlet starting at 4pm every day, operated by the Sussex Inlet Bowlo and RSL Clubs. Other Things to NoteLinen, bath and beach towels supplied.
Breakfast supplies included (self serve). Gluten-free not a problem (on request). Help yourselves to basic pantry items.
High chair, cot and shower stool available if required.
First aid kit supplied.
Tricia is a retired pharmacist should you need any medical assistance.