Newcastle, Nsw, Australia Accommodations

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    The SpaceTownhouse in the inner city suburb of Cooks Hill. Light and airy and quiet in sought after area. The NeighborhoodCooks Hill is close to the city but has a village feel. Leafy, friendly and conveniently close to everything. Who needs a car? Getting AroundPublic transport is easily accessable from here for where ever you want to go. Again, just a walk away.
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    The SpaceParnell Place is in an ideal holiday location, in the heart of Newcastle's historic east-end. Parnell House was built in 1880, one of the first houses in this historic part of Newcastle. It has been partly renovated and offers some unique features, such as original wide polished floor boards, original sandstone block and rock walls in the basement level and some lovely antique furniture. The house is on three levels. The upper floor offers two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a queen size four poster bed and a balcony that overlooks a park and Fort Scratchley. The second bedroom has two single beds. The street level has the lounge room (with sofa bed), recently renovated kitchen and a renovated bathroom (shower only). The bathroom also has a washing machine. The basement level has another large bedroom and sitting room with the unique stone walls. It is believed the stone for these walls originated from the ballast removed from the cargo ships coming into Newcastle Harbour. There is a double bed and single bed provided in this area. Due to the age of this house it has steep stairs, which means it may not be ideal for very young children or the elderly. . Parking is on street but we do provide one parking permit. All linen is provided (excluding beach towels) No smoking inside the terrace. Guest AccessThe house comes with: TV, washing machine, linen, outdoor setting, full kitchen and parking permit. Interaction with GuestsMinimal interaction with guests unless requested. The NeighborhoodIt is only a short stroll to all the wonderful things Newcastle offers, including Newcastle and Nobbys Beach, the harbour foreshore, parks, Fort Scratchley, restaurants, entertainment and the city centre. Getting Around Bus stop only meters away. A short bus trip to the new train stop for Newcastle (Hamilton Station)
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    The Space'theOne' has 2 comfortable bedrooms, the larger with a King size bed which can easily be separated into 2 singles. The second bedroom has a Queen bed. Naturally all linen & toweling is included. A fully equipped kitchen - with fresh coffee, tea sugar & cooking oil included, as well as and laundry facilities are available within the apartment. The Living room has a TV. There is a double sofa bed making comfortable sleeping for 6 guests. Guest AccessGuests rent the entire property for their stay. The NeighborhoodLocated in Newcastle East, you can virtually count the meters to Newcastle Beach!
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    The Spaceone room has a queen bed & other a double bed. apartment is air conditioned & has a large plasma tv/dvd. Guest Accesspublic areas of complex & entire apartment Interaction with Guestsminimal The NeighborhoodIt's quiet, yet close to everything. There is an eclectic vibe to the area with a good cross section of people. A stroll down Darby St is a must. Getting AroundWalking distance to bus, beaches & inner city attractions. Other Things to NoteFree wifi for basic net access.
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    7 reviews
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    The SpaceThis 3 bedroom, single-level miner's cottage has undergone a complete renovation, designed to enhance the home’s natural features while offering the discerning traveller or executive all the modern comforts of a 5-star hotel. Offering 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, it is 80 sq metres in size. With 1200 thread count linen and luxurious mattresses, you are assured of a great night’s sleep. Cotton bamboo bath sheets, complimentary slippers and welcome vanity pack continue the feeling of luxury that pervades this light-filled, air-conditioned property. Ideal for families or couples looking for an inner city get-a-way, Cooks Hill Chalet’s Laman Street home offers a secure deck with umbrella and heater, together with an outdoor hot & cold shower, perfect after a day at the beach. Inside, artwork from around the world, combined with contemporary style furniture with accents from the past, provides an attractive and relaxing environment. Free Wi-Fi, Foxtel and quality stereo equipment allow the traveller to stay in touch with the world in style. Cooks Hill Chalets offers not just a place to sleep, but also a total holiday destination, close to the vibrant shopping and restaurant precinct of Darby Street, the cultural centre of Newcastle, beautiful parks and the numerous world-class beaches. Once experienced, travellers of all ages will find it hard to go past Cooks Hill Chalets. Guest AccessCooks Hill Chalets offers boutique, luxury accommodation in a 3 BR home in the centre of Newcastle. Close to world-class beaches, parks and cultural highlights and the central CBD. One block from the Restaurant & Fashion precinct of trendy Darby St. Fully air-conditioned. Foxtel in the Loungeroom. Selection of DVDs and games for the whole family to enjoy. We even provide cookbooks for the aspiring cook in the family! Free ADSL 2+ Wi-Fi. Full laundry facilities. Private, secure deck. Secure off street parking for 2 cars and free parking for another on the street with a free parking permit. Catering for 6 people in existing bedding with an option for an extra guest using a fold-a-way bed. The outdoor hot/cold shower is ideal after a day at the beach. Perfect for families, couples, executives and for relocation. A holiday home with all the little extras of a 5-Star hotel. Interaction with GuestsLiving around the corner from the property, I am fully available 24 hours a day for any issues that may arise. We are happy to offer early check-in and late check-out if there are no other guests leaving or arriving on the same day. We provide keys via a lock-box on the property itself, so there is no waiting around for someone to arrive to let you in, or having to go to an office to collect keys. If you need anything else, I can be contacted on eith(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The NeighborhoodLiving on the same block as the Chalet for over 22 years, I can honestly say the area is without equal. Cooks Hill is a heritage area, and the surrounding streets offer a wealth of restaurants, boutique shopping, health and beauty options, together with cultural choices for even the most discerning traveller. Walk on flat ground to the beach or the harbour foreshore, shop at world class boutiques, then enjoy dinner and Hunter Valley wines or beers at a local restaurant. Life doesn't get much better than that! A number of the unique options in the heart of Cooks Hill do not have a website of their own. However, most can be found in the locally printed “One Degree”, which is the Cooks Hill Handbook. Copies of this publication, together with maps showing local attractions, can be found in the Chalet. FINE DINING, CASUAL EATERIES & GOURMET SUPPLIES Goldbergs Three Monkeys Zinc The Depot Subo Bacchus The Junction Hotel Silo Lounge Rock Salt Isobar The Dockyard Bocados Spanish Restaurant The Hotel Delaney Darby Street Quality Meats Hot Rock Catering BOUTIQUE SHOPPING Jean Bas Fashion Designer Blackbird Corner Carla’s Swimwear Guanabana Honeybee Goods Jennifer Rose Bridal Couture Whitakers Jewellers Hunter Valley Design ANTIQUES The Centenary Centre Antiques & Collectibles on Darby HAIR & BEAUTY Crysalis Nesbitt Endota Day Spa Royal Day Spa Suki Hairdressing Sugar Suite Salon ART GALLERIES, MUSEUMS, THEATRE & CINEMAS Cooks Hill Galleries Newcastle Regional Art Gallery John Earle Gallery Getting AroundThe Chalet is situated 3 blocks from the Civic Rail Station. It is also one block back from Darby St, where numerous the buses travel to surrounding suburbs, John Hunter Hospital, the CBD and the world-class beaches. Other Things to NoteBedrooms Cooks Hill Chalets offers luxurious, boutique 3-bedroom accommodation in the heart of Cooks Hill. With existing bedding for 6 in 3 queen beds, a single fold-a-way bed can be added for an extra guests. Luxury mattresses, 1200 thread count linen and low allergy microfibre pillows guarantee a perfect night’s sleep. Free high-speed internet via Wi-Fi in all bedrooms, makes staying connected easy, while bluetooth JBL iPod speakers mean your favourite music is never far away. For stays longer than one week, the property is fully serviced once per week. Living Room Your “home away from home” includes all of the comforts you would expect in a property offering boutique accommodation. Sink into the leather lounge to enjoy your favourite DVD on the large plasma screen TV with surround sound or catch up on world news and sport via Foxtel. Contemporary styling, together with accents to the past such as the stained glass lamps, creates a stylish yet comfortable atmosphere in to relax. Amenities Cotton bamboo bath sheets, complimentary use of beach towels for the beach and an outdoor hot and cold shower ensure the feeling of comfort continues. Welcome vanity packs include 60ml products from the De Luxe Spa MOR range, with their signature Orange Blossom fragrance, an uplifting mix of Neroli, Ripe Fruit and Green Leaves, on a base of Conifer Pine. Complimentary shower puffs are included per each person. A fully equipped laundry allows guests to feel at home particularly on longer stays or for those with children. Kitchen & Dining Make yourself a Nespresso coffee to enjoy on the sun-filled deck, or wander up to Darby Street for a choice of gourmet coffees and cake. Making meals in the fully equipped kitchen is a delight, with all the features one would expect from a gourmet kitchen. Alternatively, restaurants one block away offer food from around the world to either eat-in or take away. Outdoors Secure garaging for 2 cars is situated at the rear of the property with extra parking available on-street if necessary. Sitting at the 6-seater table under the shade of the umbrella in summer, or using the Infratech Heater in winter, ensures business meetings become more of a delight and less like work. Enjoy outdoor meals prepared on the BBQ on the deck. On arriving home from a trip to the beach, you can rinse off under the Hot & Cold outdoor shower.
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    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceNewly refurbished private apartment in family home with private entrance. 2 minute walk to Newcastle's Stockton beach, 5 min walk to shops and 10 min walk to ferry to Newcastle City Centre. Public swimming pool, tennis courts, cricket ground, surfing, kitesurfing, restaurants, pubs, etc... all within walking distance. Guest AccessPrivate Access at the front of the house - we use the rear Interaction with GuestsJust give me a call on the mobile The NeighborhoodSurfing, Kitesurfing, Swimming, Golfing, Nightlife (Newcastle and Local Feel), Tennis, Bowls, Fishing, etc... Just across from the Cricket/Rugby Ground and the Beach Getting AroundFerry to Newcastle City (3 Minutes - every half hour) Other Things to NoteWine Tasting in the Hunter Valley - Take a Tour
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    The SpaceHi all, I'm Boris and I have a place to rent. I live with Steven, but while I work in Sydney, I rent my room out. Steven is in their late 20's, engineer, working at the University of Newcastle. He is friendly, easygoing and helpful. Going back to the Unit, this is a lovely one: clean, tidy and friendly, with a super spacious room, great view, and close to everything in the heart of Newcastle. If you drive a car, you can use the visitors parking in the complex at no extra cost. The unit is located in The Hill suburb. The Hill is one of the oldest and nicest suburbs in the Newcastle area. It is very central, close to bus and train stations, close to Darby street, to Honeysuckle area, and to the beach. On Darby street, you will find many restaurants and cafes to enjoy your stay in Newcastle. Not far from this unit, you can also access to the Honeysuckle and Foreshore area. From there, the lighthouse is just a few minutes walk. THINGS TO DO Festivals Newcastle holds a variety of cultural events and festivals. The Newcastle Regional Show is held in the Newcastle Showground annually. There are a mixture of typical regional show elements such as woodchopping displays, showbags, rides and stalls and usually fireworks to complement the events in the main arena. The Mattara festival, founded in 1961, is the official festival of Newcastle with a more traditional 'country fair' type program that combines a parade, rides, sporting events, band competitions and portrait and landscape painting exhibitions. The Newcastle Jazz Festival is held across three days in August, and attracts performers and audiences from all over Australia. The Shoot Out 24 Hour Filmmaking Festival, first started in Newcastle in 1999. This is the film festival where film-makers come together in one place to make a short film in 24 hours. It is run annually in July. This Is Not Art is a national festival of new media and arts held in Newcastle each year over the October long weekend. Since its humble beginnings in 1998, it has become one of the leading arts festivals in Australia dedicated to the work and ideas of communities not included in other major Australian arts festivals. The umbrella program includes the independent festivals Electrofringe, the National Young Writers' Festival, Critical Animals, Sound Summit, Crack Theatre Festival and other projects that vary from year to year. The Newcastle Entertainment Centre, located inside the Newcastle Showground is a popular venue for regular events including wrestling, concerts and monster truck shows. Music Newcastle has an active youth music culture, as well as a Conservatorium of Music which is part of the University of Newcastle. It continues to support local bands and has a large underground music scene. The members of Silverchair, the highly successful Australian band, hail from Newcastle, as does the Australian band The Screaming Jets. It has a fertile punk rock and hardcore scene, which has spawned successful local acts and national acts. Visual arts and galleries Noted Australian artists John Olsen, Margaret Olley and William Dobell once lived in Newcastle and today the city of Newcastle is home to a wide range of public, commercial and private galleries. The Newcastle Art Gallery is home to one of Australia's most substantial public art collections outside a major capital city, and its extensive collection of works by contemporary and historical Australian visual artists presents a comprehensive overview of Australian art. Due to an ongoing space issue, the gallery is currently planning a major redevelopment. The Von Bertouch Galleries is a commercial gallery founded by Anne Von Bertouch. Theatre Newcastle has a variety of smaller theatres, but the main theatre in the CBD is now the Civic, at Wheeler Place, (seating capacity about 1500), one of Australia's great historic theatres built during 1929 in Art Deco style. It hosts a wide range of musicals, plays, concerts, dance and other events each year. Newcastle previously boasted several large theatres, among them the oldest purpose-built theatre in Australia, the Victoria Theatre on Perkins Street (built 1876, capacity 1750), saw touring international opera companies such as the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, and other troupes, and played host to some of the greatest stars of the age, such as Dame Nellie Melba, Gladys Moncrieff, and Richard Tauber, (it is now closed and derelict); the Century, Nineways, Broadmeadow, (built 1941, capacity 1800) although largely used as a cinema was a popular Symphony orchestra venue (demolished 1990 after being severely damaged by the 1989 earthquake); the Hunter (capacity 1000) at The Junction, had advanced modern stage facilities, but was eventually sold and demolished to make way for a motel that was destroyed by the 1989 earthquake. The decline in theatres and cinemas from the 1960s onwards was blamed on television. Guest AccessGuests will have access to a private room with clean and comfortable linen, free wireless internet, free tea and coffee, and with access to the kitchen, washing machine and dryer. Interaction with GuestsI have little interaction with guests because I work in another city. I think this is better because they can feel comfortable to have their own agenda. Getting AroundThe apartment is a 200 meters from public transport. Very convenient if you are not driving a car. Off-street parking Other Things to NoteTea, coffee, sugar, milk will be provided.
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    14 reviews
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    The SpaceTwo bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs comfortably cater to four adults. In addition, the main bedroom lifts up into the "Tree Top Loft" which contains two single beds, perfect for two children. Downstairs, the comfortable lounge room flows into the fully equipped kitchen. Beyond that, the dining room and reading nook look through the French doors to the courtyard entertaining area. A second bathroom and laundry compliment the downstairs living area. Darby Street Terrace features: * Main bedroom with double bed, desk, and private balcony overlooking Darby Street. * Tree Top Loft above the main bedroom with two single beds, children's books and games. * Second bedroom with queen bed, French doors and air conditioning. * Two bathrooms, upstairs and downstairs, both featuring gas hot water. * Ritual Australia bath products. * Fully equipped kitchen with gas cooking, oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. * Dining room with seating for 6 people. * Lounge room with ample seating, gas heating and art work featuring historic Newcastle. * Modern entertainment system including TV, DVD & docking station. * Free WI-FI internet throughout the property. * Games and books for the individual or group to enjoy. * Outdoor entertaining and barbeque area with seating for 6 people. * Laundry with washing machine and eco-friendly detergents supplied. * Off street parking is available, or use our visitors pass to park your car all day in the city for free. The NeighborhoodDarby Street Terrace is the perfect choice for your stay in Newcastle for business, holidays, and special events. We are within a very short walk or drive to most of Newcastle's function centres, restaurants, bars, and attractions. Very close to Darby Street Terrace: * Newcastle's best restaurants, cafes and bars. * Newcastle's best salons and spas. * Boutique shopping (clothing, jewellery, gifts, books and more). * Art galleries, theatres, cinema and library. * Civic train station and bus stops. * Honeysuckle and Newcastle Museums. * Gyms and yoga studios. * Bar Beach, the foreshore and Newcastle harbour. * Merewether Beach, ocean baths and Merewether Surf House. * Scenic coastal walks. A few steps from Darby Street Terrace you will find a general store, chemist, dry cleaner and bottle shop. A few blocks away, Marketown Shopping Centre has everything else you might need. We aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible, and are more than happy to help you with any local enquiries, or questions you may have about the area. Please feel free to ask. Darby Street Terrace welcomes both short and long term bookings, with special rates for longer stays.
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      The SpaceBeach house holiday and short term accommodation. This 4 bedroom 1950's style beach house sleeps 14 people in 11 separate beds. It is available for holiday accommodation; it is also available for short term accommodation for professionals visiting Newcastle for work assignments. If you are looking for accommodation of more than a 7 day stay which is outside peak holiday time please contact me and I may offer you a special reduced rate for longer stays. Smoking, partying/excessive drinking and pets are not permitted at Stockton Beach House Hi Everyone, Thanks for looking north of the river to lovely Stockton beach. Stockton is a 700 metre ferry ride from Newcastle CBD. Sooo close to the city.... yet a lifestyle away from it. Stockton is a chilled out seaside town with a relaxed country feel to it. It has kilometres of long sandy beach to walk along, swimming pool, tennis courts, lawn bowls, flat terrain, wide roads and a great bike track - it is an ideal place for visitors to Newcastle to stay. Golf courses are close by - Newcastle Golf Course 5km; Pacific Dunes (Medowie) 20km; Horizons Golf Course (Salamander Bay) 43km. For less serious golfers who prefer a less stringent dress standard there is Shortland Waters course 16km. There is a variety of casual dining venues to choose from: 3 hotels, 2 licenced clubs, 2 fish & chip shops, a pizza place and also Lexie's at the Beach. You can stay for a week and not eat at the same place twice. The minimum booking period is generally off-peak 2 nights; long weekends 3; and peak holiday periods can be 5 or 7. BEACH HOUSE DETAILS Smoking is not permitted at Stockton Beach House The house is spacious and ideal for large family groups and for large sporting or work groups due to the number of discrete spaces within the house where people can gather together in smaller groups to socialise or relax. The feedback I have received from all the large groups who have stayed at Stockton Beach House is that groups of 12/14 do fit comfortably in the house without feeling crowded. Groups have told me they like the fact that the large double roomed living/dining room (approx. 22sqm in size) is large enough that everyone can gather together in the same room to sit, relax and chat together as one large group; and they also liked being able to spread out over several rooms in smaller groups. The house sleeps 14 people in 11 separate beds in 4 sleeping areas. The beach house has: - 11 beds - Four bed rooms - Two bathrooms. - Two living rooms - Two dining areas. - Two outside entertaining/BBQ areas each 20sqm or more. - A fully functioning kitchen in which you can prepare meals. - A laundry if guests need to do washing during their stay. The sleeping configuration is: - Bedroom 1: Queen bed - Bedroom 2: Queen Bed - Bedroom 3: 3 single beds and a set of bunk beds - this room can sleep 5 - Bedroom 4: a trio bed (double bed on bottom and single on top) and a set of bunk beds - this room can sleep 5. Please Note: Three of the beds are the top bunk of a bunk bed. Because of safety concerns I do not allow children under the age of 10 to use the top bunks. SECURITY BOND The security bond is $600 for a group of 6 or fewer people; for mixed aged family groups of 7 or more people the security bond is $1000. For large groups of adults the security bond may be $2000 BED LINEN & BATH TOWELS Bed linen (sheets) and one bath towel per person is provided. STOCKTON AMENITIES Stockton has the beach, surfing, kite-surfing, 4 km of walking and bike tracks, 2 boat ramps, beach fishing, river fishing, tennis, bowls, swimming pool and it is close to the entrance of the Stockton Sand Dunes and four wheel driving. Stockton has 3 hotels, 2 licensed clubs, 2 hamburger/fish & chip shops, 2 Chinese restaurants and a pizza shop. It also has Lexie's on the beach for coffee and meals. Stockton is about 15 klm from Williamstown airport - generally an 18 minute drive. Stockton Beach House is located: - 175 metres from the beach and from Stockton Surf Club; - 25 metres from Stockton Tennis Club; and - 75 metres from the fully licensed Stockton Bowls Club. - 200 m from the Stockton Beach children?s playground, Barbecue pavilions and Lexies? Café on the Beach - 600 metres from the Stockton swimming pool which has a children?s pool and an Olympic sized pool. - 600 metres from the skate park - within 1 km of two separate boat ramps - 15 km to Newcastle airport - 18km to the entrance to the 4WD tracks onto the famous Stockton Sand Dunes - Newcastle CBD with many restaurants, bars, shops and a cinema is a ferry ride away CHILDREN AND FAMILY GROUPS Stockton Beach House is a family friendly house and children are welcome. NON-SMOKING PROPERTY. Stockton Beach House has a strict smoking prohibition. NO PARTYING POLICY Stockton Beach House is located in a beach suburbs and has neighbors. Parties are not permitted to be held on the property. GOLFING HOLIDAYS Stockton Beach House is 5 km from Newcastle Golf Course at Fern Bay; 20 km from Pacific Dunes Golf course at Medowie; and 45 km from Horizons Golf Course at Salamander Bay. NEWCASTLE CBD Newcastle CBD is a 3 minute ferry ride away from Stockton. During operating hours the ferry departs Stockton wharf every 30 minutes during non peak hour weekdays and on weekends; and every 20 minutes during peak hours Monday to Friday. Newcastle CBD has many restaurants, shops and a cinema all within walking distance of the ferry wharf. There are also major public transport links close to the Newcastle Ferry Terminal on the CBD side of the harbour. There is on-street parking available. Interaction with GuestsI live in a granny flat in the back yard. I would guess that generally there will be minimal interaction between the guests and myself. The NeighborhoodStockton is a large open space suburb with many reserves and public areas and many activities are available to those who have energy to burn. The beach is 32 kilometres long and goes all the way up to Birubi Beach. There are several events each year which involve either walking or running the 32km stretch of beach for the hardy enthusiasts. There is lots to do at Stockton which do not involve using the car. The beach is 175m from the house - you can go surfing, board riding, kite surfing, fishing and walking. You can get lessons in board riding and stand up paddleboarding. You can go kayaking. Kite-surfing is very popular along the Stockton Beach. For small children the patrolled section of Stockton beach is fantastic. There is a children's playground next to the beach, The beach is usually one of the gentler beaches in the Newcastle area and generally protected from strong surf conditions by the 1km long breakwater at the edge of the harbour. Non beach activites include tennis, bare foot bowls, pool swimming, skateboarding, bike riding, kite flying and playing with balls on the netball courts, footy oval and reserves across the road from the house. Activities within close driving range include 4x4 driving on the Stockton Sand Dunes, golf, horse riding, tobogganing, go karting, whale watching (May to Nov), harbour and dinner cruises. Stockton can be as much fun as you want to make it; it is also a wonderful place to just chill out, de-stress and unwind if that is what you are looking for in a holiday. After you have enjoyed the activities in Stockton you can always catch the ferry over into Newcastle city and enjoy all the sights and activities which the city offers. Or go to the cinema in the CBD. Getting AroundThe ferry is one kilometre from the house. Because the land is flat it is an easy 15 minute walk for most people. The ferry goes every 20 minutes during the morning and afternoon work week peak hour times, it goes every 30 minutes for the other parts of the day and on weekends. There is a bus which goes from the Stockton Ferry to the Newcastle airport and it then goes on to Raymond Terrace via Medowie.
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      The SpaceRecently renovated, this cottage has wooden floorboards throughout, a full kitchen with all appliances and cookware and a dishwasher. There is an internal laundry with washer and dryer and a BBQ outside! There are 2 spacious bedrooms consisting of 1 queen bed and the other bedroom offering a King bed that could be split into 2 singles if required. Please let us know what you require. This house is available for both short and long term rental and is serviced weekly for short term accommodation and is a non -smoking environment. It is ideally located as it is only a 10 minute drive to most surrounding suburbs including the John Hunter Hospital and The Universtity of Newcastle. There is plenty of parking on the road (a quiet back-street) and usually there is a spot outside the front door! Complimentary Wifi and foxtel included. Our Agent will meet you upon arrival and be available for any questions/requests during your stay. Please note a 2-night minimum for weekends usually applies but if circumstances allow we are happy to negotiate a price for 1 night. If your booking is within a month of the current date and the house is available we will accept 1-night stays. Guest AccessComplimentary Wifi and foxtel included. Interaction with GuestsOur Agent will meet you upon arrival and be available for any questions/requests during your stay. Other Things to NotePlease note a 2-night minimum for weekends usually applies but if circumstances allow we are happy to negotiate a price for 1 night. If your booking is within a month of the current date and the house is available we will accept 1-night stays.
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      The SpaceThis 3 bedroom free-standing, single-level, double brick cottage has undergone a complete renovation, designed to enhance the home’s natural features while offering the discerning traveller or executive all the modern comforts of a 5-star hotel. Large enough for groups of guests to "spread out", it is 125 sq metres in size. With 1200 thread count linen and Sleepmaker mattresses, you are assured of a great night’s sleep. Cotton bamboo bath sheets, complimentary slippers and welcome vanity pack continue the feeling of luxury that pervades this light-filled, air-conditioned property. Ideal for families, Cooks Hill Chalet’s Dawson Street home offers a secure backyard with outdoor hot & cold shower, perfect after a day at the beach. Backpack picnic set and beach towels allow the traveller to enjoy the numerous surrounding beaches and parks in comfort. Inside, artwork from around the world, combined with a subtle blend of modern and classic French style furniture, provides an attractive and relaxing environment. Free Wi-Fi, Foxtel and quality stereo equipment allow the traveller to stay in touch with the world in style. A large study, looking onto the backyard, yet able to be closed off from the rest of the house, means the executive in the family can continue to work uninterrupted in comfort. Cooks Hill Chalets offers not just a place to sleep, but also a total holiday destination, close to the vibrant shopping and restaurant precinct of Darby Street, the cultural centre of Newcastle, beautiful parks and the numerous world-class beaches. Once experienced, travellers of all ages will find it hard to go past Cooks Hill Chalets. Guest AccessCooks Hill Chalets offers boutique, luxury accommodation in a 3 BR home in the centre of Newcastle. Close to world-class beaches, parks and cultural highlights and the central CBD. One block from the Restaurant & Fashion precinct of trendy Darby St. Fully air-conditioned. Foxtel in the Loungeroom. Selection of DVDs and games for the whole family to enjoy. We even provide cookbooks for the aspiring cook in the family! Free ADSL 2+ Wi-Fi. Separate study and full laundry facilities. Private, secure backyard with lockable gates. Off street parking for one car and free parking for another on the street with a free parking permit. Catering for 5 people in existing bedding with plenty of room for up to 7 guests. The outdoor hot/cold shower and BBQ are ideal after a day at the beach. Perfect for families, bridal parties, executives and for relocation. Breakfast supplies and catering for lunch available. A holiday home with all the little extras of a 5-Star hotel. Interaction with GuestsLiving around the corner from the property, I am fully available 24 hours a day for any issues that may arise. We are happy to offer early check-in and late check-out if there are no other guests leaving or arriving on the same day. We provide keys via a lock-box on the property itself, so there is no waiting around for someone to arrive to let you in, or having to go to an office to collect keys. If you need anything else, I can be contacted on eith(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The NeighborhoodLiving on the same block as the Chalet for over 22 years, I can honestly say the area is without equal. Cooks Hill is a heritage area, and the surrounding streets offer a wealth of restaurants, boutique shopping, health and beauty options, together with cultural choices for even the most discerning traveller. Walk on flat ground to the beach or the harbour foreshore, shop at world class boutiques, then enjoy dinner and Hunter Valley wines or beers at a local restaurant. Life doesn't get much better than that! A number of the unique options in the heart of Cooks Hill do not have a website of their own. However, most can be found in the locally printed “One Degree”, which is the Cooks Hill Handbook. Copies of this publication, together with maps showing local attractions, can be found in the Chalet. FINE DINING, CASUAL EATERIES & GOURMET SUPPLIES Goldbergs Three Monkeys Zinc The Depot Subo Bacchus The Junction Hotel Silo Lounge Rock Salt Isobar The Dockyard Bocados Spanish Restaurant The Hotel Delaney Darby Street Quality Meats Hot Rock Catering BOUTIQUE SHOPPING Jean Bas Fashion Designer Blackbird Corner Carla’s Swimwear Guanabana Honeybee Goods Jennifer Rose Bridal Couture Whitakers Jewellers Hunter Valley Design ANTIQUES The Centenary Centre Antiques & Collectibles on Darby HAIR & BEAUTY Crysalis Nesbitt Endota Day Spa Royal Day Spa Suki Hairdressing Sugar Suite Salon ART GALLERIES, MUSEUMS, THEATRE & CINEMAS Cooks Hill Galleries Newcastle Regional Art Gallery John Earle Gallery Getting AroundThe Chalet is situated 3 blocks from the Civic Rail Station. It is also one block back from Darby St, where numerous the buses travel to surrounding suburbs, John Hunter Hospital, the CBD and the world-class beaches. Other Things to NoteBedrooms Cooks Hill Chalets offers luxurious, boutique 3-bedroom accommodation in the heart of Cooks Hill. With existing bedding for 5, a single or double Aerobed bed can be added for an extra 2 guests. The two single beds in the second bedroom can be joined to create a second king size bed, making the property ideal for couples to share. Luxury mattresses, 1200 thread count linen and low allergy microfibre pillows guarantee a perfect night’s sleep. A 37” LCD screen TV with surround sound in the master bedroom together with free high-speed internet via Wi-Fi in all bedrooms, makes staying connected easy, while iPod docks mean your favourite music is never far away. For stays longer than one week, the property is fully serviced once per week. Living Room Your “home away from home” includes all of the comforts you would expect in a property offering boutique accommodation. Sink into the leather lounges to enjoy your favourite DVD on the 47” screen TV, or catch up on world news and sport via Foxtel. Alternatively, you may wish to enjoy a quiet moment in the red leather reading chair and ottoman and let the world pass you by. Contemporary styling, together with accents to the past such as the stained glass lamp and old-English fireplace, creates a stylish yet comfortable atmosphere in to relax. Amenities Cotton bamboo bath sheets, complimentary use of beach towels for the beach and an outdoor hot and cold shower ensure the feeling of comfort continues. Welcome vanity packs include 60ml products from the De Luxe Spa MOR range, with their signature Orange Blossom fragrance, an uplifting mix of Neroli, Ripe Fruit and Green Leaves, on a base of Conifer Pine. Complimentary shower puffs are included per each person. A fully equipped laundry allows guests to feel at home particularly on longer stays or for those with children. Kitchen & Dining Make yourself a Nespresso coffee to enjoy in the garden, or wander up to Darby Street for a choice of gourmet coffees and cake. Making meals in the fully equipped kitchen is a delight, with all the features one would expect from a gourmet kitchen. Alternatively, restaurants one block away offer food from around the world to either eat-in or take away. A picnic set means that meals can also be enjoyed in the local Centennial Park and world-class beaches. Outdoors Off-Street parking for one car is situated at the front of the property with extra parking available on-street if necessary. Both entrances to the backyard have lockable gates, which means that security is assured. Sitting at the 6-seater table under the shade of the tree or umbrella in summer ensures business meetings become more of a delight and less like work. Enjoy outdoor meals prepared on the Beefeater Clubman Bar-B-Que. On arriving home from a trip to the beach, you can rinse off under the Monsoon hot & cold outdoor shower. Study Separate from the rest of the house and with its own split-system air-conditioning system, the study provides a private sanctuary for the busy executive. Comfortable and well-equipped, travelling for business becomes a joy rather than a chore. Relax in the red leather reading chair with a book chosen from the selection of topical non-fiction books on offer. There is direct access through French doors to the garden and the 6-seater outdoor table for meetings.
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      The SpaceA lovely bedroom with a balcony overlooking a small beach, close to the lively Honeysuckle precinct at Newcastle harbour, break-wall walks and city amenities. There is a comfortable queen size bed, a leather couch, a desk, a TV DVD player and a bar fridge. There is a private bathroom with shower and bath. The house is a two story terrace. Guests will have the use of the downstairs area, while I use the upstairs area. I have a cat, but he stays upstairs. Guest AccessGuests will have the bedroom and private bathroom in the downstairs area of the terrace. Garage parking is available if required. Interaction with GuestsI will welcome guests and provide local information. I will be present at the listing during the guests stay and available via phone at all times. The NeighborhoodThe neighbourhood has a relaxed holiday atmosphere. There are many attractions within walking distance or by free inner city bus. Beaches, harbour, coffee shops, casual dining, restaurants, the mall, boutique shopping, theatre, art gallery are at your doorstep. Note details below taken from Newcastle City Council website: The Ultimate Newcastle City Heritage Tourism Trail: •Cathedral Park Burial Ground and Christ Church Cathedral (free entry) •King Edward Park - Bogey Hole and Shepherds Hill Fortifications (free entry) •Fort Scratchley Historic Site (entry fees to tunnel tours apply, closed Tuesdays) •Nobbys Breakwater and Light house (free entry, open every Sunday) •Convict Lumber Yard Heritage Park (free entry) •The Lock-Up Museum (donation entry, open Wednesday-Sunday) •Newcastle Museum (free entry; fees may apply for travelling exhibitions open Tuesday-Sunday) •Newcastle Maritime Centre (open Tuesday-Sunday, entry fees apply). Getting AroundI am within walking distance of the mall, cafes, theatres, boutique shops. Newcastle Railway do longer functions and buses now replace trains and run regularly. Taxis are readily available. Other Things to NoteWell located to both explore Newcastle and as a jump off point for the region. A trip to the Hunter Valley vineyards is recommended to sample the famous Hunter Valley wines. Newcastle has an active music scene - a University/Conservatorium, Jazz venues and a vibrant youth music culture. The Newcastle Art Gallery is home to a substantial public art collection. Many small galleries offer eclectic collections. All within walking distance or free city bus. The following is taken from the Newcastle City Council website: Newcastle reaches out to the sea, creating Australia’s only city centre bounded by pristine beaches and an active working harbour. From our intriguing 200 year story has arisen a dynamic city of contrasts. Discover a port city in transition and delight in a mixture of the raw and refined. Working wharves are becoming places of play; the city hums with a vibrant arts culture and an emerging food scene is evident. Some things need never change - the surf is still world class, the pace remains relaxed and the friendly locals are proud of their city.
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      The SpaceDesigned with style and good taste it is casual and extremely comfortable keeping with the local beachy feel . Bondi White House is located 8 min level walk to Bondi Beach, 4 minutes to Tamarama and 6 minutes to Bronte Beach with the same short distance to Restaurants, cafes & transport to city. The atmosphere is child friendly with many toys to play with, books to read and games to keep them entertained. Open plan kitchen and dining with lounge opening onto a private sunny (with shade) garden- a must in hot Sydney. Lounge has a 42inch flat-screen TV with DVD player and Nad sound system with Bose speakers. Towels, cookware, bed linen, free wireless broadband and Foxtel are all included. Bedroom one boasts a king-size bed, built-in in wardrobes, plenty of storage, bedside light, alarm clock radio and 2nd plasma TV, 37inch. Bedroom two can be configured to either a King-size bed or two single beds and a desk. Unlimited street-parking if you have a car. Swim and surf at Bondi Beach or walk the famous Bondi to Bronte walk, a stretch of coastline known as one of the most sought after locations for beach and water activities. Restaurants encompassing a wide range of cuisines, bars and local pub are on your doorstep with the famous Icebergs a 10 minute walk. Guest AccessThe house is rented as a whole house Interaction with GuestsI will be available through out your stay with any enquiries and a wealth of local knowledge The NeighborhoodRright on top of the steps to Tamarama beach and the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk Getting AroundRight on 2 bus routes and walking distance to Bondi Junction, Bondi, Bronte and Tamarama beaches
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        Stockton Beach House is 175m to Stockton's patrolled beach & SLSC. Stockton is 1.5 klm and a 3 min ferry ride from Newcastle CBD. Stockton Beach House is great for holidays - there is lots to do near the house. It is 175m to the beach; 200m to a fully equipped child's playground; 25m to tennis; 75m to bowls. A great bike path circles Stockton and connects it to Fern Bay - you can take your bike across to Newcastle CBD on the ferry and then explore Newcastle's foreshore and surrounding area. There are many restaurants and entertainment venues across the harbour and close to the ferry terminal. The Brewery Hotel is next to the ferry terminal. There is a movie cinema only a 5 min walk from the ferry. There are two sets of rates showing. One is for the full house of 14 people. The other is for smaller groups and shows the price for 4 people. There is an additional charge of $30 per person per night if your group is more than 4 people. Linen is not included in the prices. Guests are invited to bring their own bed linen and bath towels, but linen packages are available for guests who prefer to have them supplied by the beach house. The house has 4 bedrooms and sleeps 14 people in 11 beds. There are 2 queen beds, a double bed and 8 single beds. Three of the single beds are the top bunk of bunk beds. The double bed is the bottom bed of a trio bunk bed. Two bedrooms each sleep 2 people and two bedrooms each sleep 5 people. There are two living rooms, 2 dining areas and 2 bathrooms. The prices do not include bed linen or bath towels. Guests are invited to bring their own sheets and towels. Linen packages of $22 per person per stay are available if guests wish to have the bed linen and bath towels supplied Stockton Beach is located on Stockton bite and the beach goes for 32 klm up to Birubi Point. Stockton is only 1.5klm from Newcastle CBD and is a quick ferry ride away from the commercial centre of Newcastle. You can do as much as you like at Stockton or just chill out. 3 Golf course Swim, surf,kite surfing, paddle-boarding, beach & river fishing, tennis, bike paths, beach walks, bowls. Lots of dining out options - 3 hotels, 2 licensed clubs, 2 fish &chip shops, pizza shop The house is great for family reunions. large groups, sporting groups and short term rental for workers
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        The SpaceOur space is clean, simple , fresh and comfortable. It is separated from the road by a large sunny courtyard. The lounge/ dining area overlooks the front courtyard and captures the refreshing 'Nor-Easters' which are so welcome on a hot day. The bedroom,positioned behind the lounge, is quiet and private. The kitchen contains a small bar area and stools, it opens onto a covered sunroom with an outdoor table and chairs . This area opens onto the leafy rear courtyard. Newcastle Beach , of 'Surfest' fame, is one block away. Nobbys Beach and lighthouse are 5 min easy walk and Newcastle Ocean Baths are 3 min walk from the front door. The neighbourhood is quiet, safe and friendly . A 10 minute stroll takes you to the cafe strip in Hunter Street Mall. Thurs - Sat there are markets in the Mall, Organic fruit and veges, Dominic's lovely flower stall, food stalls - make sure you visit the spice shop and try a 'Dough head'. Soul Foods at the bottom of the Mall is a lovely organic Providore eating space and deli. A short stroll to Newcastle Beach takes you past Estabar overlooking the beach. Stop for a great coffee, enjoy the slow food specialties while watching the waves. Follow the steps to the right after Estabar and go into the 'Royal ' Precinct . Enjoy excellent coffee and light meals at The Hub or delight in Mediterranean meal with a difference at Rustica. Walk to Nobbys beach and on the way, visit Fort Scratchley , climb The Hill and explore Christ Church Cathedral , stroll through King Edward Park. Don't miss the new Anzac Memorial Walk along the cliff top to Bar Beach. Drawbacks- we have almost nil TV reception . There is a TV/DVD player and some DVDs to watch but you won't be able to pick up live sport or news . There are no laundry facilities, but there are two laundromats nearby. We supply a portable drying rack. We live nearby so we are usually close if you need help . Guest Accesscooking facilities -stove, oven , microwave, small fridge. Iron , ironing board. Hair dryer . Laundry tub. Clothes drying rack. Garment hanging rack and clothes hangers. Interaction with GuestsWe are there to greet you and since we live only a couple of doors away, we are available to help most of the time. We are happy to support you, but we don't intrude. Your privacy and comfort are important to us. The NeighborhoodWe love the beaches, the sight of the sea..sound of the waves..,sunrise over the ocean ...the moon shining on the water. We love walking, running and sitting in the parks, at the beach and along the foreshore . It's great to wander down to the mall and eat or buy food and flowers , sit reading the paper over a cup of excellent coffee. We love going down to eat overlooking the river or to wander along to one of the wine bars and relax and listen to music . The Sunday sessions at the Brewery are always friendly, casual and relaxed- good music too. There is always something happening whether it's a local or visiting band, jazz, circus, concerts,local markets, writers festivals, film festivals ... People in Newcastle are friendly and helpful as well- Newcastle has the benefit of being a city while still retaining the 'human' face of a small town. Getting AroundThe bus depot for Newcastle is one block away. Some buses go past the door and the nearest bus stop is 100 m away. Taxi services are prompt and efficient. Other Things to NoteMost residents, due to the heritage nature of our area, park on the street. This can become congested because people from outlying suburbs come to the 'East End' to enjoy the beaches and the ambiance of the area. We loan guests a parking permit for the duration of their stay.