Patonga, New South Wales, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in Patonga

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The SpaceYou dont even have to go far just to enjoy the soothing sounds of the ocean, as the beach is a leisurely two-minute walk away. You are also just a short stroll from the cafe and a general store! A spacious two-storey brick-and-tile home, this residential mini-paradise has four sizeable bedrooms with two bathrooms. It also has a fully equipped kitchen with a separate dining area, perfect for intimate family gatherings or quiet weekends with friends. Additionally, the house has a double lock-up garage with work room and internal access, as well as a spacious rumpus room for additional accommodation. It features an open plan living room against a large north-facing deck, and is also equipped with high-raked ceilings and air conditioning. Come and take a look at this modern-day haven for holiday relaxation - its just 56 minutes from Hornsby, Sydney North, and is accessible by road or rail. Enjoy easy access to the calm breeze of the ocean and a bush setting that is always a sight for sore eyes. Get the best of both worlds from the comforts of this beautiful Pearl Beach home. Bedding Bedroom 1: - 1 x Queen bed Bedroom 2:- 1 x Queen bed Bedroom 3:- 1 x Queen bed Bedroo(URL HIDDEN)Singles beds (rumpus room & toilet and Shower ) Why Stay at Pearl Beach Holiday House? The house can accommodate up to 10 guests. It’s nicely decorated and well-maintained. Two levels - With separate upstairs and downstairs spaces, it is equally suitable for 2 guests. You can get your space (from kids or other people) and all the privacy you want. It has a games area downstairs. It features a beautiful bush outlook (front and back). It’s just a two-minute walk from the beach and cafe. It’s on a quiet cul-de-sac street, perfect for relaxation. We have a complete manual of our favourites, other things to do at the Holiday House and instructions to make your stay even more enjoyable. Guest AccessThe entire property The NeighborhoodYou don’t even have to go far just to enjoy the soothing sounds of the ocean, as the beach is a leisurely two-minute walk away. You’re also just a short stroll from the cafe and a general store! Getting AroundThere is a train station at Woy Woy , around 10 minutes away by car , you own car is really needed Other Things to NoteAll long Weekends are a minimum of 3 nights , all public Holidays are charged at the Weekend Tariff Easter is a min of 4 nights - Christmas and the New break are a min of one week bookings This property is NOT a party house. Council, Police and the local community have strict requirements in regard to nuisance noise and offensive behaviour. Under Section 268 of the Protection Environment Operations Act 1997, a Complainant may be successful in obtaining noise abatement order from the local court against the Offender. Heavy fines apply.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceRight on Bradleys Beach is this stylish,architect designed, retro, three bedroom, two bathroom home with rolling lawns leading to the sandy beach in your front yard, just an hour north of Sydney. If you are planning a holiday on Dangar Island, the beach is where it's at! The sand is just a few meters from your front door. Enjoy swimming and fishing without leaving the front yard!!! Sit watching the tide come in while the kids idle away hours building sand castles or chasing little crabs. The beach is very calm and slopes off gently, a perfect spot for kids to swim and play in. If you do decide to leave the house, Dangar Island has a cafe and a bowling club both just a few minutes walk from the property. Dangar Island cafe is situated at the main wharf and offers fabulous light meals, you can bring your own wine and enjoy unique waterfront relaxation. The weekend features a BBQ breakfast cooked by one of the cafes wonderful volunteers. Grab a newspaper, have a coffee and enjoy the view. Dangar Island bowling club is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for dinner and Saturday and Sunday's for lunch. (Main meals from $15. Fresh seafood including oysters & prawns a specialty.) Head down to the club for bare foot bowls and be sure to check out the open mic night which goes ahead on the first Friday night of every month. The island has a ferry service operating from Brooklyn to Dangar every hour from 7am - 7pm, there is also a water taxi service. There is a buggy service on the island which can escort you and your luggage from the main wharf to the house at a cost of $5 per person. Bedrooms: 3 Accom: 6 (1K, 1Q, 2S) Boat Accom: Beachfront - Wi Fi internet access - Bluetooth audio speaker (connect your iphone, laptop for music) - DVD Player, CD Player - Sony Bluray player in loungeroom with Netflix and Foxtel - Kids games/toys/beach and water toys - 2 Kayaks and oars provided - Life jackets - Fishing rods and tackle - Linen Supplied, Ironing Facilities, Towels Supplied - Clothes dryer, Washing Machine Dangar Island review by Imogen Eveson, published on Broadsheet (08/01/17) When you wander the main roads of Dangar Island it’s hard to believe you’re only an hour’s drive – and a quick ferry trip – from George Street. It’s a tranquil and sensory experience – a tonic for anyone suffering from city malaise. The roads are unbothered by cars (and for the most part, tarmac) and encounters are limited to those with friendly locals, neighbourhood dogs or sleepy cats. Kookaburra calls come from trees, while the scent of roses and jasmine bushes powder the air. The surrounding bush is wild and fertile, parting at intervals to reveal a perfectly framed view of the river below. The sound of a summer playlist rings through speakers and a coil of barbeque smoke makes you hungry, though its provenance is hard to pinpoint. Houses are hidden by nature and your only clue as to their presence is a random gate, Secret Garden-style, to offer a glimpse into the world of those who live here. The island, with its population of approximately 270, is one of the only residential islands in the Hawkesbury River. An eclectic and passionate community keeps afloat an impressive infrastructure that includes a cafe, shop, licensed bowling club, fire brigade, postal service and even a historical society. Steeped in ancient and early white-Australian history, its 29 hectares are comprised of either Crown land or national park. And while this landscape might be dense and dramatic, care and creative thinking (wheelbarrows are parked up at the wharf for residents to share in lieu of cars) make it an incredibly welcoming (and quirky) destination. A daily ferry service aboard The Sun ships residents and visitors alike from the wharf at Brooklyn, just off Hawkesbury River station. It’s easily accessible by car via the F3 freeway, or by train: a slightly longer option but one that leaves you free from the hassle of finding a park in the Hawkesbury River Marina’s limited allotment. Have some spare change for the ferry – your Opal card won’t cut it out here – and climb aboard for the gentle bob down the river. You’ll see the cafe and shop to your right as you land on the island, occupying a prime spot overlooking the river. The terrace is sunny and shady in perfect balance, and if you arrive by 11am on the weekend you’ll find the breakfast barbeque fired up. Inside sits a light-filled tearoom and a shop selling newspapers, essentials and creature comforts to the islanders. It also displays a selection of artworks, ceramics and jewellery made by people in the Hawkesbury region. “We have a lot of artists and writers living here,” says owner Fiona Mullen – herself a resident for more than 20 years. “So every month we try to have a changeover of different artists exhibiting and selling.” Artistic inflections are in play across the island. As if responding to the vibrant diversity of its ecosystem, individuals add their own brushstrokes: carving house signs by hand, adorning signposts with colourful knitting and decorating defunct boats with Tibetan prayer flags. You can see all this via two walks that wind round the island (“It’s impossible to get lost!” Mullen assures). With the cafe as your base, it’s a short stroll through the island’s more populous area to Bradley’s Beach, a safe, shallow and picturesque swimming spot. Loop back around past the bowling club – you can stop for a beer and some barefoot bowls if you like – and join the aptly named Riverview Avenue, which circles the rest of the island. Here you’ll see the grand Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge; the original construction of which took place on this very soil. Or make your way up to the nature reserve, where Aboriginal rock carvings suggest that for at least 30,000 years, the island was a gathering place for speakers of the Kuring-gai language. You can see the sights and soak up the flavour of Dangar Island in three hours, but it would be easy to while away many more. Holiday rental and guesthouse accommodation on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) is available for those who want to stay overnight. Come home time, catch the ferry back to Brooklyn and if you have time to spare, grab some fresh oysters at the Hawkesbury River Marina and look back across the river at Dangar. For such a dark wedge of land, you’d never have known it contained so much colour. Interaction with GuestsNo interaction The NeighborhoodDangar Island is a forested island, 29 hectares (72 acres) in area, in the Hawkesbury River, just north of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Dangar Island is a suburb of Hornsby Shire and as at the 2011 Census had a population of 267, which swells dramatically during holiday seasons. The island is serviced regularly by Brooklyn Ferry Service and departs from Brooklyn and takes about ten minutes. The Brooklyn ferry is itself adjacent to Hawkesbury River railway station. The ferry service is in operation 7 days a week. The island has a community owned shop next to the ferry wharf that serves light snacks, coffee, breakfast and lunch. It also sells groceries and has a good supply of meat. On the weekend the Dangar Island Bowling Club, which is licensed, serves meals and you can play bowls.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis house is situated on the beautiful Berowra Creek, which is part of the magnificent Hawkesbury River estuary on the edge of the northern suburbs of Sydney. Accessible only by boat, which we will provide, you are surrounded by the National Parks that protect this historic bushland waterway. A modern, glass and cedar, architect designed house amongst the trees with 270 degree water views. 4 huge bedrooms with king and queen sized beds, 3 bathrooms, several large lounges and dining table for 10, an ultra modern kitchen, pool table, Bali Hut, Pontoon, balconies with day beds This house is one of the best in the best North facing location possible on the escarpment, with deep water frontage, large freshwater tanks, solar hot water and solar power, broadband, wifi, HD TV, stereo. You can expect solitude, serenity, tranquility and bliss amidst stunning views in a world heritage location. You can see and hear abundant wildlife, fish or swim to your hearts content from the pontoon, go boating, bushwalking, canoeing and explore the hidden wonders of the waterways. Listen to the birds, watch the stars and gaze at the expanse of Neverfail Bay that lays before you. The restaurants in the vicinity cannot be beaten for quality and price. This place feels like it is a million miles from civilisation yet only 45 minutes from the centre of Sydney.
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The SpaceCharming 1BR in exotic garden courtyard setting. Guest AccessAccess via courtyard which is shared. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with guests as needed. Generally present during guest's stay. The NeighborhoodFishing, boating, bushwalking, small community relaxed village atmosphere. Getting AroundHawkesbury River Railway Station (includes stairs) Parking is included in listing. From the airport, railway or road north via Pacific Highway and M1. Other Things to NoteMinimum booking 2 nights on public holiday (long) weekends.
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The SpaceThe house features an open plan living area spilling out onto a large, north-facing deck that is perfect for entertaining or a spot of bird-watching. The birdlife in Pearl Beach is prolific - kookaburras, king parrots, rosellas, lorikeets, owls and lyrebirds are frequent visitors. Guest AccessThe main bedroom has a queen-sized bed. There is a second queen-sized bed in the alcove area off the kitchen. In the living room there is a sofa bed. There is also a high chair and baby bath. Downstairs features a large rumpus area with a second flat screen television, Playstation, games and toys. Linen and towels are included. Interaction with GuestsThe house will be all yours during your stay The NeighborhoodThe house is only a five minute walk from the best of Pearl Beach: the beach, the lagoon, the arboretum and the village itself, where you will find a restaurant, café, corner shop and playground. Getting AroundPearl Beach is a ninety minute drive from Sydney. You can also catch a train to Woy Woy where there are buses and taxis to take you to Pearl Beach, which is a ten minute drive away. Other Things to NoteSpecial: 3 nights for the price of 2. 1 February - 20 December (excluding long weekends & Easter). Weekly bookings only for peak period 22 December - 31 January 3 nights minimum for long weekends
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The SpaceHere is your unique opportunity to stay in a delightful heritage home loved by the owners for 42 years. There are two bedrooms, compact but charming. Clean, comfortable beds and somewhere to store your belongings. There is a Snug with TV and a wide choice of dvds and cds. Sparkling new bathroom just for you - you have big fluffy towels. Stroll onto the verandas, lounge around inside, loll in bed late - no pressure to do anything. Your hosts are a retired opera singer and an author, who will chat to you or leave you in peace, as you wish. You can be waited on and enjoy a delicious brunch.. Ann will give you a 20 minute history talk and tour of the house if you request. This traffic free island is usually peaceful except for the multi coloured birds that are encouraged in the permaculture, award - winning garden. Brunch on the verandah is available at any time as your hostess is up at 6am. Enjoy fresh citrus, herbs grown by the hosts, and local honey. The mains water is superior to Sydney water. There are books galore and unique historical photographs and collector's pieces to admire. You can stroll around the island and on the beach, go bushwalking or hiking - choose a part of the Great North Walk (URL HIDDEN) or take a trip on the mighty Hawkesbury - the Postman's Ferry or a chartered boat - the host can arrange this for you. There is a small shop on the island and a bowling club with a bar. I welcome one or two guests. I can take one person, a couple, a couple and a single person or two couples. The tariff is for one person for one night, ie $115 for brunch, use of the amenities and nice clean bed. Two people is double that price. I can give you a bowl of soup the night before if you don't have time for dinner before your visit. Guest AccessYou are welcome to all of the garden and most of the house. Interaction with GuestsGuests can be as quiet as they like, play music, darts or dvds or chat with us - it's their holiday! So they choose. The NeighborhoodA mostly quiet neighbourhood of different nationalities, used to tourists and friendly and helpful with one village shop which has very good coffee and light meals. Some Friday nights there might be a party at the club - this is out of our control. Getting AroundCar or train to Hawkesbury River Station, then ferry or taxi across - usually straight to Dangar Island, sometimes to Wobby Beach first. Details on request. Other Things to NoteOur house is not a museum, however we have carefully preserved the centre as a heritage showpiece with original furniture, rare photographs and documents. Ann Howard has written for books about the island history and made two short films. She is happy to give you a talk and walk at your request as part of your memorable stay. The majority of people come to Ann's place to 'crash' but there are some enthusiastic history buffs!
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3br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceGuests will enjoy the whole house to relax with friends or family. Make the most of the BBQ with the best views on the island. Sunset drinks on the jetty are a must. Guest AccessGuests will be able to make the most of the riverside location with the availability of kayaks and tidal beach to swim from. Interaction with GuestsGuest will have complete privacy as the house is self catering. The NeighborhoodDangar Island offers a snapshot of Australian life of a bygone era. Residents of all types live side by side in an idilic location which is just a 50minute train journey and 10minute ferry from the centre of Sydney. Getting AroundDangar Island is only accessible by water either by ferry, water taxi or private boat. Hawksbury River Train Station (Brooklyn) is directly at the ferry terminal. Please note there are no cars on the island. Other Things to NoteDangar Island is the perfect location to explore the Hawksbury River.
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    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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    The SpaceWater access only house on the waters edge with no traffic and city noise but still only a train ride into the centre of Sydney. 1 x queen DBL bedroom, 1 x SGL bedroom, 1 x fold-out DBL sofa in open plan area. Guest AccessFull access to the house including bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and sun deck. Linen can be provided at $20/bed. Interaction with GuestsThe complete house is available and not shared with the host. The NeighborhoodLittle Wobby is a friendly line of houses on the waters edge. Residents are friendly & peaceful bunch. It is a very quiet area & noise travels on the water, so it is unsuitable for parties. Getting AroundThere is a regular public ferry service approximately 15 mins enjoyable walk along a basic foot path for $7 per person. AirBnB will show web address only once booked. There is a water taxi service for $30 for 2 people, additional for more people & out of business hours. AirBnB shows tel no once booked. The ferry will take you to Brooklyn which has a train station that is part of the Sydney Cityrail network with frequent train services. Drive or take a train to Brooklyn. There is parking and boat launching facilities available. "Tinnie" boat hire is available from Brooklyn Central. There is a rope running line north of the jetty to tie a boat to. There is not a pontoon. When the tide is low, it may be easier to drop passengers at the neighbours jetty North prior to tying up. Once off the boat, move the boat away from the jetty & cleat off the rope to avoid the boat moving & being damaged by the jetty. Other Things to NoteLinen can be provided at $20/person. The house is on rain water only. The hot water system is off peak & is only small. I recommend to split short showers between morning & evening. Wood for a fire heater can be provided at additional charge during winter months.
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    8 reviews
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    The SpaceWater access only, house has its own private jetty with pontoon The NeighborhoodVery private with only a few holiday homes next door. The house is waterfront, however there is a great bush behind you can hike in. Getting AroundWATER ACCESS ONLY TO THE HOUSE You can hire a boat or book a water taxi to get there
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    The SpaceA cozy little studio that comfortably sleeps 2, but also has a sofa-bed. The studio has its own access separate to the main house. With a lovely outlook onto the garden, you are welcome to sit out and enjoy the sunshine. Guest AccessThe apartment has a fully equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, oven, stove top and utensils. There is a large walk in wardrobe to access the newly renovated bathroom, with shower. Interaction with GuestsThe apartment has its own access separate to the main house, where the owner lives permanently. The NeighborhoodPearl Beach is a tranquil little coastal village with a friendly atmosphere. It is a beautiful walk along the beach with bushy natives cascading down the hills to meet the ocean. There are some great bush walks, with lovely scenery and views, made even better by a refreshing juice or re-energizing coffee on your return from the local cafe. Patonga pub is also worth a drive over the headland for fish and chips on the beach. Getting AroundPearl Beach is quite secluded but there are a few buses daily that go to the local town of Umina.
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    The SpaceNestled in a quiet cul-de-sac, ideal accommodation for 8 (4 adults and 4 children) between the ducted air-conditioned house and air-conditioned bunk room which contains 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Bring your favourite device and use the unlimited WiFi NBN internet to stream to one of the two 42 inch screens, or bring your favourite coffee beans for fresh barista style coffee from the Saeco Syntia coffee machine. So treat yourself and your family to a quite getaway for the weekend or a week. Guest AccessThe house and bunkroom Interaction with GuestsPhone only The NeighborhoodExclusive Pearl Beach is a national trust village is enjoyed by just over 650 residences. Swim in the rock pool on the fabulous sheltered beach, get back in touch with nature with a walk through the Crommelin Native Arboretum. Enjoy panoramic views from the lookout or explore the water fall with it's cool clear pools. Getting AroundEnjoy walking everywhere in the village. Other Things to NoteMinimum 7 night stay during peak season, minimum 3 night stay for long weekends, 2 nights stay minimum at all other times. Please contact us for pricing during school holidays and long weekends. Enjoy lunch or dinner at the award winning Pearls on The Beach restaurant.
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    The SpaceTastefully decorated, this near new home offers everything you'll need & more for your perfect getaway. Luxuriously appointed with comfy beds & quality linen and a well furnished galley style kitchen. Entertaining for large groups is a breeze with a huge 10 seat timber dining table & crockery to match, as well an outdoor dining setting & BBQ to enjoy alfresco meals on the covered deck. The main & second bedrooms have a queen bed each, the third bedroom has 2 sets of bunks, a single & trundle bed. The third bedroom has a fantastic selection of toys as well as a TV & DVD player & movies to keep the kids entertained. The living area has 3 comfy lounges, a flat screen TV with Foxtel including all sports channels & a DVD player with a great selection of movies. There's a bluetooth speaker to play music from your own device, a fast ADSL & WIFI internet connection if you wish to tap into the real world (own laptop / iPad required), as well as an Xbox 360 with games for young & old! The bookcase is stocked with books to read and there are plenty of board games for adults & children. The children will enjoy the use of the toys, DVD's boogie boards & beach toys. There is a port-a-cot, high chair & security gate for the staircase. Interaction with GuestsYou will have The Little Oyster all to yourself. The NeighborhoodPatonga is a quaint village located at the mouth of the Hawkesbury River. Upon entering town as you wind your way down through the beautiful Brisbane waters National Park, you'll feel as though you've stepped back in time. Relaxation and quality time with family & friends is inevitable. Patonga Beach is quiet and calm, perfect for families to swim & play. The mouth of the tranquil Patonga creek meets the ocean where much fun is had floating on boogie boards & searching for treasures. Patonga is home to resident pelicans and an abundant bird wildlife. Bush turkeys roam town and there are beautiful bush walks & lookouts to enjoy including a 1hr 45 min walk over to neighbouring Pearl beach. For dining out options Patonga Beach Hotel is a short stroll & offers gorgeous views of the bay & bistro meals, as well as locally farmed Patonga oysters. Right next door is a cafe & take away store where you can try the renowned Patonga fish & chips. For a special lunch or dinner Pearls on the beach at Pearl Beach offer a scrumptious a la carte menu & if you take a ferry ride down the Hawkesbury River you can dine at the beautiful Cottage Point Inn Restaurant (water access only). The Neighbouring towns of Umina & Ettalong have many dining options. We invite you to come & discover why Patonga is described as the secret jewel of the Central Coast! Getting AroundParking is included. Bus stop 10 metres away and local train station is Woy Woy.
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      A quiet haven - a lush, sunny outlook and a short stroll away from the ocean. This is our favourite spot in Pearl Beach...and we think it will be yours too. Located at the high South End side of Crystal Avenue, this gorgeous 1,644-sq.m. residential property stands against a vibrant backdrop of greenery - a bushy, sunny view above the tree tops across the lush lands of a National Park. If you're looking for a quiet place to stay for a weekend holiday after a tiresome work week or a family holiday not far from Sydney, this house is the perfect place for you. You dont even have to go far just to enjoy the soothing sounds of the ocean, as the beach is a leisurely two-minute walk away. You are also just a short stroll from the cafe and a general store! A spacious two-storey brick-and-tile home, this residential mini-paradise has three sizeable bedrooms with two bathrooms. It also has a fully equipped kitchen with a separate dining area, perfect for intimate family gatherings or quiet weekends with friends. Additionally, the house has a double lock-up garage with work room and internal access, as well as a spacious rumpus room for additional accommodation. It features an open plan living room against a large north-facing deck, and is also equipped with high-raked ceilings and air conditioning. Come and take a look at this modern-day haven for holiday relaxation - its just 56 minutes from Hornsby, Sydney North, and is accessible by road or rail. Enjoy easy access to the calm breeze of the ocean and a bush setting that is always a sight for sore eyes. Get the best of both worlds from the comforts of this beautiful Pearl Beach home. Bedroom 1: - 1 x Queen bed Bedroom 2:- 1 x Queen bed Bedroom 3:- 1 x Queen bed Bedroom 4 - 4 x Singles beds (rumpus room & toilet and Shower ) 4 bedroom two bath rooms sleeping up to 10 guests
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      35 reviews
      4br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceSpacious house, beautifully styled and designed with 4 bedrooms and 3 large (URL HIDDEN) first floor has 4 bedrooms and 4 spacious bathroom. The 2nd floor is were everybody gets together in the huge living area or entertainment deck. Amazing views from most rooms and bedrooms but private at the same time. French doors replace walls on all 4 sites to enjoy the panoramic views. Comfort, luxury and style is the name of the house interior, where everything is provided for the guest to relax and enjoy the holiday. The top floor contain a bedroom, hugr living area, kitchenette and a bathroom, its a great space for kids or extra family. The house is so spacious that will never feel crowded, entertain with Xbox, play station, board games, Foxtel and internet. Private steps from the house lead to the pub, beach or jetty. The huge fully fenced entertaining deck overlooking the ocean is stunning, with white travertine tiles, designer launches, beautiful lights and big entertaining table for 12. Fire place in the sitting room surrounded by comfy chars and feather filled cushions, this is the place to enjoy the chilly evening. The big well appointed kitchen is a chef's delight and the there is a courtyard with BBQ dining and sitting area as well. Guest AccessBay street car port and big house frontage with plenty of parking for cars (up to 6 cars), as well as a boat car port. Few flight of stairs (50 steps with landings and rail) leads to the house. There is two car parking at house level , the accsess is trough the driveway which is a bit steep so only 4WD or AWD is recomened. Please use this driveway sparingly. Two cars can only be parking at house level and parking on a shared driveway or turning point is not allowed. Turning point is the one next to our hoise, a diagram will be send. Code of conduct using this easement will be send prior to arrival Interaction with Guests24/7 hours available by SMS, email or phone. Manager contacts are (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN); (EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodVery private house located on two blocks of land elevated on a little private hill. Patonga is very quiet but absolutely beautiful fishing village with small walking distance between the beach on a ocean side and the creek on the other. Great kids playground located at the beach and tennis courts close to caravan park. The famous Patonga pub is just next door and the jetty to Palm beach is also very close Getting AroundTravelling: By ferry 20 min from Palm beach,jetty at your doorsteps; an hour drive from Sydney by car. Umina beach and Ettalong are 15 min drive, where plenty of shops, coffees and restaurants are located as well good surf beach and markets. Shopping: Coles, Woolworths and Aldi are available in Umina beach, which is on your way to Patonga. You can find a number of coofees and restaurants there, as well as in Pearl beach, which is just before Patonga. Entertaining: Etalong, hardy's bay Bells at Killcare Surfing: Killcare beach and Terrigal. National parks: Brisban water at your doorsteps, Budi national park at Killcare More information about the area including places to eat or visit can be found at the houseets Other Things to NoteAll linen and towels are supplied. Dogs are welcome if they are well behaved and dont bark, please ask when booking (additional fee of $100 applies). Cleaning fee of $250 apply to all bookings. Baby cot available as well as a child gate Massages, yoga classes and catering on site can be organised, please let the manager know in advance if you like to book any. Bicycles and kayak are also available for the guest to use. Additional fold-up bed is available on request not added fee.
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      The SpaceClassic beach house in desirable Pearl Beach, with all amenties. One hour north of Sydney. Relaxed and comfortable. Discounts for longer stays, flexible and negotiable. We make the beds and provide towels etc so you can just relax. Fully funished with all mod cons, close to beach and next to huge National park. Can accomodate 7. BBQ, DVD music and books, indoor or outdoor tables for eating.. Its old school beach holiday in a renovated way. Tennis court nearby, short level stroll to a fantastic beach. A million miles from care but two minutes from a shop / cafe / top restaurant and ten minutes to Woy Woy train station. First you unwind, then you unravel. Dogs OK , fully fenced yard, but not cats please as its a bird sanctuary. No smoking inside please. Ideal for families.