Robe, South Australia, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in Robe

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The SpaceWelcome to Beds In Robe. Private Home with 3 x 2 person bedrooms for guests. Located near the town centre. Only a 200 metre walk to Shopping, Beach, Cinema, Restaurants. Accommodation for individuals or groups (Up to 6 people) from $38 to $59 per person a night. Seasonal Prices and Long Weekend variations. Contact for details price confirmed on booking. You can get the free download of the app, Robe SA At the iTunes or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) store it has the sights, services and details for travelers. Kind Regards Geoff Restaurants, Bus depot. Individuals can stay - twin share rooms. Your host, Geoff lives in for prompt guest assistance NEW CHARACTERS, NEW RECORDINGS Geoff''s Free Mobile App! (URL HIDDEN) Three twin share - single & double bed rooms. See pictures for detail. Home, situated in town centre, only 400m from Hooper's Beach & close to golf course. Bus Depot in walking distance as well as all shopping needs. Situated one street back from main street. 130m to a cooked breakfast at the Wild Mulberry Cafe 150m to the Bottle Shop. 200m Award Winning 'Sails Restaurant' Bookings Essntial 220m Fish and Chippery 200m to the Supermarket. 700m to the Beach, Lake, Hotel/Restaurants. BEDDING: > Sleeps 4 $33-$59 per person each night. Individuals can book > Two x Twin share bedrooms with single beds > All linen provided FACILITIES: > Breakfast cereals/Tea, Coffee, Milk, Bread and spreads supplied. > Separate shared bathroom > Towels provided > 1 Toilet > Iron > Garage available for storing surfboards/golf equip etc. > WiFi available for guests Accommodation for 1 to 8 people begining at $39 per person a night. Guest AccessShared bathroom, and facilities. Free WiFi. Kitchen and cooking facilities, refrigerator available. Outdoor table setting for guests set up in back yard. Interaction with GuestsLive in host, I am happy to chat with guests at any time. More about me here for u to see and hear. (URL HIDDEN) My home is for you to relax in and enjoy during your travelling. Be comfortable while here and refreshed when you depart. The NeighborhoodRobe is a unique town. Home to a long established lobster fleet in Lake Butler. With a milder climate during summer months of December to March, Robe is the destination to escape the heat. With many pristine beaches to swim and surf at. No shortage of the facilities, coffee shops, restaurants, books stores, art galleries, wineries cinema and ice cream shop. Robe is the place many people come to and "do nothing" perfect for those who want to get off the 24/7 work train. A country town in the true sense of attitude that opens its arms and welcomes travelers who visit. It has a history of seafarers visiting from Mathew Flinders (England) and Nicolas Baudin (France) when mapping the coast of Australia. With 10,000 Chinese landing in Robe during the 1850's to trek to Ballarat and reach the goldfields. The Terra Rosa soil which is the base for the Limestone coast vineyards produces award winning wines red, white still and sparkling there is a wine to suit all palates available nearby. If wine is not for your the Robe Town Beer is also brewed here. Or perhaps coffee is the drink you relish visit Mahalia Coffee who is based in Robe roasting and supplying their quality blends and styles throughout Australia. Insider's tipsDining Robe has a range of dining options from gourmet pub to casual and takeaway Shopping Robe's main street offers a lovely selection of retail and there is a supermarket for supplies Nature Robe's big attraction is the pristine beaches and abundant wildlife: plenty of exploration & adventure! Day trips The Obelisk, Historic buildings, Customs house, Old jail, Lookout at Beacon Hill, Little Dip Conservation Park, Long beach, Boat haven. Blue lake (tour) and caves at Mount Gambier, Naracoorte Caves Exercise Walking, swimming, bike riding, (URL HIDDEN) all about the great outdoors in Robe! Lake Fellmongery for skiing, The Outlet and lakes for fishing, many beaches , harbour, jetty.... Wineries There are cellar doors in Robe and Mt Benson to explore Getting AroundPublic transport is not available in general. During the peak summer season Taxi's can be booked. Bicycle hire is available at the Robe Library and Tourism Information centre during holiday periods. Walking trails are mapped around the town and coastline. Other Things to NoteInsider's tips Dining; Robe has a range of dining options from gourmet pub to casual and takeaway Shopping; Robe's main street offers a lovely selection of retail and there is a supermarket for supplies Nature; Robe's big attraction is the pristine beaches and abundant wildlife: plenty of exploration & adventure! Day trips; The Obelisk, Historic buildings, Customs house, Old jail, Lookout at Beacon Hill, Little Dip Conservation Park, Long beach, Boat haven. Blue lake (tour) and caves at Mount Gambier, Naracoorte Caves Exercise Walking, swimming, bike riding, (URL HIDDEN) all about the great outdoors in Robe! Lake Fellmongery for skiing, The Outlet and lakes for fishing, many beaches , harbour, jetty.... Wineries There are cellar doors in Robe and Mt Benson to explore
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The SpaceMacDONNELL HOUSE is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. From January 1 to Decemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), the tariffs for a one-night stay are $187 for 2 adults, $60 per extra adult and $40 per child (aged 2 to 17 years). These tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 38 MacDonnell Street, in the heart of Naracoorte, is the ideal “refresh and relax” destination for up to four couples, but is also very appealing to singles, families and corporate guests. The 1930s local stone bungalow, with 21st century interior makeover, has four bedrooms – one king-sized and three queen-sized –and three bathrooms. It’s next to the Visitor Information Centre car park and a short walk from Naracoorte Community Playground, Lions Pioneer Park and the centre of town – you can walk along MacDonnell Street or take the Naracoorte Creek Walk. The open kitchen/dining room seats eight at the timber table and two leather sofas – great for casual eating and chatting over meals, drinks and snacks. There’s a cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses plus a plasma TV and DVD player. The intimate sitting room has sofas and TV/DVD. The large master bathroom has a double shower, double vanity, two-person spa and WC – and has proved very popular with honeymooners. There’s also an ensuite bathroom with shower, WC and double vanity; and a smaller bathroom with shower, WC and vanity. MacDonnell House has ducted reverse cycle air conditioning so you can adjust the heating or cooling to suit your comfort level. The back verandah is fully enclosed and includes a self-contained laundry with washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board; and the open front verandah faces a rose garden and the street. MacDonnell House is on a residential street, an easy 1.5km walk from the centre of town, and has a pleasant garden of mainly native shrubs and roses. A rear driveway leads to a double carport, providing undercover parking for two vehicles and also serving as a sheltered area for the barbecue. The 4.5-star rated MacDonnell House is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are Limestone View, Smith Street Villa, Pinkerton Hill and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. NARACOORTE COTTAGES offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email him at (EMAIL HIDDEN) for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
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The SpacePINKERTON HILL is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. From January 1 to Decemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), the tariffs for a one-night stay are $168 for 2 adults, $60 per extra adult and $20 per child (aged 2 to 17 years). These tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 40 Pinkerton Road is a large, country-style house on the eastern edge of Naracoorte. With five bedrooms and three bathrooms, it offers space and privacy to singles, couples, families and groups – including corporate guests. The location is very popular with guests who like the peace and quiet of a secluded rural setting which is still within the town. A feature is the huge open living area comprising a modern kitchen and adjoining family room, dining room and sitting room – coolly air conditioned in summer or cosily heated by two combustion heaters in winter. Pinkerton Hill is set back from a residential street and is surrounded by an acre of lawn and native trees. There’s undercover parking for two vehicles, ample driveway parking and a sheltered back verandah which is ideal for a barbecue overlooking the back lawn. The kitchen and family room are great for casual eating and chatting over meals, drinks and snacks. There’s a cooktop, double oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. The family room has a TV and DVD player, as well as cable TV; and the sitting room has a TV and DVD player. Pinkerton Hill’s main bathroom has a full-sized bath, shower and vanity; and the WC is in a separate adjoining room. There’s also a two-person spa bathroom with vanity; and an ensuite bathroom with shower, vanity and WC. A third WC adjoins the laundry, which has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The house has ducted reverse cycle air conditioning so you can adjust the heating or cooling to suit your comfort level. The wood-burning combustion heaters are very effective in winter. A barbecue is available on the back verandah which overlooks the extensive lawn and native trees and shrubs. The 3.5-star rated Pinkerton Hill is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Smith Street Villa and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. NARACOORTE COTTAGES offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email him at (EMAIL HIDDEN) for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
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The SpaceLIMESTONE VIEW is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. From January 1 to Decemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), the tariffs for a one-night stay are $168 for 2 adults, $60 per extra adult and $20 per child (aged 2 to 17 years). These tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 44 Freeling Street, a short walk from the centre of town, is spacious yet cosy for one or two couples, three singles or a small family. It’s a self-contained Bed and Breakfast and private for one guest group at a time, whether one adult or five adults. The 1890s former freestone former manse, set on a hillside, has a modern limestone addition and offers three bedrooms – king-sized, queen-sized and single – and two bathrooms. Limestone View is close to Lions Pioneer Park and within walking distance of the free Naracoorte Swimming Lake and the Central Business District. A feature of this character house is the sheltered front verandah, where guests can have a barbecue, snacks or drinks and enjoy a view of some of Naracoorte’s historic churches and the town centre. There are extensive lawns, framed by native trees. The galley kitchen is fully equipped with a cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery and glasses. The adjoining dining area seats up to six. The sitting room has recliner chairs and a sofa, TV and DVD player. Limestone View’s main bathroom has a two-person spa bath, shower, vanity and WC; and the ensuite bathroom, next to the queen-sized bedroom, has a shower, vanity and WC. The house has reverse cycle air conditioning in the sitting room and all three bedrooms. A separate, self-contained laundry has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The 3.5-star rated Limestone View is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Smith Street Villa, Pinkerton Hill and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. Naracoorte Cottages offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email him at (EMAIL HIDDEN) for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
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The SpaceSMITH STREET VILLA is a self-contained Bed and Breakfast. Prices are based on the number of Adults and Children and the number of nights of the stay. From January 1 to Decemb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), the tariffs for a one-night stay are $168 for 2 adults, $60 per extra adult and $20 per child (aged 2 to 17 years). These tariffs include full breakfast provisions (see details below). Children under 2 are free. The house at 192 Smith Street is the closest Bed and Breakfast to the centre of Naracoorte and is very convenient to everything. It's self-contained and private for one group at a time, whether one guest or eight. It can comfortably sleep up to eight adults and two children. Tariffs include full breakfast provisions for each day of the stay. The 1910 freestone villa of generous proportions has five bedrooms and two bathrooms and has proved very popular with guests who like to be only a short walk from shops and services. There are two queen-sized bedrooms, two double bedrooms and a twin bedroom (with two single beds). The sitting room has comfortable leather sofas and recliners, a wood-burning combustion heater, TV and DVD player. The main bathroom has a full-sized bath, shower, vanity and WC; and a second bathroom has a shower over a half-sized bath and vanity, with a separate WC adjoining. The laundry area has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. A country “eat-in” kitchen has a solid timber table and seating for up to 8-9 guests as well as cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. Smith Street Villa has ducted reverse cycle air conditioning in four of the five bedrooms; wall-mounted reverse cycle air conditioners in the sitting room and kitchen; and a wood-burning combustion heater in the sitting room. A feature of the house is a new, very large back verandah with decking and a barbecue and outdoor setting – ideal for casual meals, drinks and snacks overlooking the back garden. The verandah is completely fenced, so it’s very safe for children, and has a ramp for easy access as well as steps leading to the garden. The 3.5-star rated Smith Street Villa is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Pinkerton Hill and Showgrounds Cottage.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. NARACOORTE COTTAGES offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. DISCOUNTS. There are discounts for bookings of more than one night. Corporate, family and group rates are available. A “no breakfast” option is also available. Phone Richard Peake (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email him at (EMAIL HIDDEN) for a quotation. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
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The SpaceMagnificent, uninterrupted views of Rivoli Bay. On clear nights watch the twinkling lights of Beachport across the bay. Children's playground not far away. Fabulous beaches to walk or drive along. Guest AccessGuests have full access to downstairs of house and balcony area upstairs and part of shed. BBQ, Rice Cooker, Frypan, Microwave, Toaster, Toaster Ovens, Small induction cooktop, frig, crockery and cutlery all available for guest use. Bring prepared meals and just warm them up - after all you are on holidays! Interaction with GuestsEnjoy cooked or continental breakfast upstairs with hosts Garry and Charmaine and maybe a drink or two on the upstairs balcony before or after dinner. The NeighborhoodQuiet and peaceful. Very short walk to safe swimming beaches. Occasionally dolphins, whales and sea lions pass by. Lots of birds. Collect shells. Ask about guided tours driving through the sand dunes. Walk along the cliff tops in Canunda National Park enjoying the rugged coastline scenery. If the tide is low enjoy exploring the living reefs within walking distance. Rods available if you want to fish off the groynes or jetty. Body boards for playing in the surf. Plan to stay an extra night so you can visit the Millicent Living History Museum, Tantanoola Cave, Petticoat Lane or Saint Mary MacKillop’s Centre at Penola, or perhaps we can help you organise a Cellar Door Tour of the world famous Coonawarra Wineries. Getting AroundNo public transport. Off street parking for guests. Other Things to NoteOnly one general store in town with an attached Fish 'n Chip shop which is only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights - except during January when it is open six days per week (closed Mondays) and a Take-away Bottle shop for alcohol. If you want to cook bring food with you. Plan to stay an extra night so you can visit Millicent's Living History Museum, the Tantanoola Caves, Petticoat Lane at Penola or perhaps we can help organise a wine tour of some of Coonawarra's world famous wineries.
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The SpaceSHOWGROUNDS COTTAGE at 198 Smith Street is opposite the Showgrounds, a popular events venue, and is close to the centre of Naracoorte. It’s a self-contained Bed and Breakfast, private for one guest group at a time, whether for one guest or four, so you don’t share with anyone you don’t know. Tariffs are based on the number of guests and the number of nights; and include full breakfast provisions. The 1900 timber cottage has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a queen-sized bedroom and a twin bedroom with two king single beds. The sitting/dining room has a comfortable leather sofa and two recliners, a wood-burning combustion heater, TV and DVD player. In the bathroom are a spa bath, a separate shower and vanity. Next door is a separate WC. The laundry area has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The galley kitchen has a cooktop, oven, microwave, rainwater tap, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. Showgrounds Cottage has reverse cycle air conditioners in the sitting/dining room and bedrooms; and a wood-burning combustion heater in the sitting/dining room. A feature is a modern back verandah with decking and a barbecue and outdoor setting – ideal for casual meals, drinks and snacks. Showgrounds Cottage is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Smith Street Villa and Pinkerton Hill.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. Naracoorte Cottages offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there’s only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Please note that we have a 3-night minimum booking for Easter (during the four days from the Thursday night before Good Friday through to Easter Sunday) and a 2-night minimum on long weekends. NARACOORTE is home to the South Australia’s only World Heritage listed site, the Naracoorte Caves National Park, 10km south of town. The park includes Wonambi Fossil Centre, telling the story of megafauna whose bones are preserved in fossil deposits, and caves with spectacular limestone formations, a Bat Cave and a cafe. The Caves, 10km south of town, are open 9am to 5pm daily ((URL HIDDEN) Naracoorte is also central to four premium wine regions – Coonawarra, Penola, Padthaway and Wrattonbully – within a 48km or 30-minute radius. Splash out in the large manmade Naracoorte swimming lake, with reticulated and chlorinated water and lifeguards on duty on very hot days. It’s surrounded by lawns and shady trees, is free and is open from December 1 to March 31. The town of Naracoorte has two seven-day supermarkets, three hotels, Thai and Chinese restaurants, a renowned family bakery, a French patisserie/chocolatier, McDonald’s, Subway and many other takeaway food shops and a thriving shopping centre. The Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, Westpac, National Australia Bank and BankSA all have branches in the town centre; and there’s also the People’s Choice credit union and a Bendigo Community Bank agency. Out of hours, you can draw money from six ATMs. Be sure to visit the award-winning The Sheep’s Back wool industry museum, set in a historic three-storey former flour mill, and the Mini Jumbuk factory, where woollen bedding products for the world are made, and its visitor centre. Naracoorte welcomes families to its many parks, including the Naracoorte Community Playground and Lions Pioneer Park, both in MacDonnell Street. Stroll, walk or run on the picturesque Naracoorte Creek Walk through the centre of town; and feed the geese on the pond in the Scout Hall grounds, off Park Terrace, near Naracoorte Holiday Park.
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The SpaceAnderl's Beach Cottage is a quintessential beach house offering you a modern, fresh and beautifully equipped cottage. The Cottage sleeps 5 with the option of 6 on a pullout single mattress. The master bedroom is beautifully decorated in timeless furniture with a very comfortable padded QS bed. The second bedroom also featuring a Queen bed with rustic furniture that captures the era of the cottage, with the third bedroom having a single bed and pull-out single mattress. The modern kitchen/dining has a free standing breakfast bar, double sink, stainless steel appliances (electric fan-forced oven, electric cook top and microwave), as well as a full size fridge & freezer. There is plenty of pantry space where you will find all you need for a family holiday, including Tupperware, salad bowls, even cake trays. We also have a coffee grinder and a coffee machine for all those coffee lovers. There are many little extras to help make for a smoother start to your self-contained holiday, including foil, glad wrap, rubbish bags, starter toiletries, including locally-made soap and a hairdryer. The living room has two comfortable couches and a reverse cycle split system and a ceiling fan. The bathroom has a relaxing and inviting corner 2 person spa with an overhead shower. There is also a separate laundry with both a washing machine, ironing board and iron. Fresh professional hired quality linen and towels are provided free of charge with each booking. Outside, there is a rear deck, perfect for alfresco dining, with an outdoor setting for 6 and a BBQ. There is also a large garage to safely store your boat, fishing and beach gear in And with just over one acre of tranquil gardens and lawn you can sit back and watch your kids be kids, dad enjoy the space for he's boat and also with all the modern fresh comforts that ensures mum has a holiday too. The cottage is within walking distance to local cafes, hotels and shops and both the front beach and back beach are a mere stroll away. It is also perfectly located for day trips to the Coonawarra and other Limestone Coast natural and historic attractions. Beachport is simply captivating to say the least- it is nestled in the northern end of Rivoli Bay, surrounded by white pristine beaches which offer surf and safe swimming all year round. Spectacular views of rugged coastlines along the many scenic drives will capture the pristine beauty of this beautiful hamlet. Many of the highlights of Beachport are :- - The Pool of Siloam - Beachport Salt Lake, it is almost 7 times saltier than the sea and the high salt concentration in the water makes swimming very easy. * Day trip to the beautiful Coonawarra wine region for wine tastings, and whilst you are there visit the historic Penola township and wander through the beautiful town engulfed in history. *Bowman Scenic Drive - providing spectacular view of the rugged coastline from the Lighthouse to Woolley's Rock Lookout * Day trip to Robe township and enjoy the local food on offer or simply enjoy fish and chips on the foreshore *Penguin Island * Many historic sites - including the Custom House & Beachport Museum show you a detailed insight of days gone by in our history as a whaling station. There are many walks scattered around the town a must see are the Lighthouse & Lookout, Chambers Way, Wendy's walk and Lanky's walk. Or simply sit down at one of the café's and enjoy the local coffee and uninterrupted views of the Bay. Guest AccessGuests have access to everything in the house Interaction with GuestsYou will receive one week prior to your arrival a welcome letter informing you of all details pending your arrival. The cottage is self check in and hassle free ! - the key location will be contained in a Welcome letter that will be sent 1 week prior to arrival and also an SMS to confirm your acknowledgement. I am available anytime during your stay on my mobile or email. My House Manager lives in town and available if the need arises. The NeighborhoodBeachport is a quiet beach side town located on the beautiful Limestone Coast, a great family friendly holiday destination, about 380km from Adelaide and 555km from Melbourne. It is home to South Australia's second longest jetty. The neighborhood is in a very quiet area with no through traffic. The only noise of a night time is the waves crashing on the beach. It is situated within walking distance to cafes, hotels and shops and both front beach and back beach. With many centrally located walking tracks nearby. Getting AroundBeachport is a small enough town to enable you to ride a bike, drive your car or a leisurely walk. A bus service is available from the main street as well as a taxi service. The house has great mobile range. Other Things to Note(URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceBeautiful country house as featured in South Australian magazines. C.1888. Fully restored, unique stonework. Situated on working farm of 280 acres. Private, spacious, unique. Guest AccessKeys are kept in a secure box outside. A code will be provided on booking. Interaction with GuestsOwners do not live on the property. Hosting is available if required. The NeighborhoodRobe has always been a popular seaside township, lodged between National Parks and beaches. Cafes, restaurants, galleries and water sports are only a 3 minute drive from Fayrefield House. The famous Coonawarra wineries and Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves are one hour away. Local wineries a short drive away. Fayrefield offers a luxury, skippered catamaran for hire. Getting AroundA taxi bus service is available. No public transport.
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The SpaceThe Shelter is self contained accommodation allowing guests privacy and peace to do what you want in your own time. The house is well presented with everything you should require and is only a phone call away if there is something we haven't thought of. Guest AccessThe Shelter is a fully equipped house for your comfort and enjoyment. Interaction with GuestsThere can be as much or as little interaction with guests as desired. The NeighborhoodRobe has a lovely 'feel' which is brought about by the people and the coastal location. Whether you want to see all the sights or simply relax and refresh for a couple of days you will find Robe an excellent place to do it. Getting AroundYou will need a car when visiting Robe. (There is a Bus Service to and from Adelaide Monday, Wednesday and Friday but there is no public transport in Robe.) Other Things to NoteRobe boasts beautiful beaches - Long Beach is 16km of pristine beach that you can drive on in the summer months. Such a treat. If you have a 4WD you can venture out to the 'back beaches' but it's not for the uninitiated driver. These beaches are simply stunning if you have the right vehicle and driver.
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The SpaceThis is no shed – it is a holiday home inspired by iconic Australian materials (corrugated iron, glass) and offering understated coastal style. An open-plan lounge, dining and full kitchen with glass walls down both sides. Whatever the time of day or season, light floods in to create a warm, cheerful space. The Pelican Shed is surrounded by a native garden creating its own environment of privacy and shelter from the coastal elements. Just arrive, settle in and think of the Pelican Shed as your own beach haven. 2 double bedrooms (king and queen) and twin rooms. The 2 bathrooms have large showers and quality Australian toiletries. It is only 150 foot steps to Long Beach from this dune-top hideaway, making it perfect to bounce between beach and home without a car. Stroll along the cliffs into town and choose somewhere for a long lazy feast. Guest AccessGuests have full access the house and small garden shed. We have a locked store cupboard in the house that is private. Interaction with GuestsWe leave the guests to enjoy their privacy. We live on a farm but have plenty of contacts in town if you need. If you have any questions or need any information we are only a phone call away. The NeighborhoodOnly 100 metres to beautiful Long Beach, Fox lake with its bird hide, walking trails, 150 metres to fishing spots, a 20 minute walk to cafes with fantastic coffee and local food along the rugged limestone coast... Getting AroundYou will need your own car as Robe does not have taxis or public transport. Other Things to NoteSole occupancy
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The SpaceBeautifully appointed with quality furnishings, comfortable and still homely. Relaxed space with privacy but within walking distance to shops, eateries, beach, marina. Guest AccessGuests have access to the whole house. We only prepare the bedrooms that you require when booking. Interaction with GuestsThe guests are left in privacy, but I am only a phone call away if they have any questions. The NeighborhoodLocation - close to shops and eateries, short walk to town beaches, ski lake and walking trails. Other Things to NoteSmall to medium dogs are allowed to stay outside. We have a $50 pet fee and require a bond in case of damage. Please discuss before booking.
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The SpaceBuilt from local stone, one of the original homes in Keith. Inside you find a large farmhouse style kitchen, beautiful big bedrooms, bathroom with relaxation bath and and separate shower with Australian toiletries, spacious living area with wood heater looking over the back yard. Price is for 2 adults (one double room) extra guests as $30 each. A light continental breakfast hamper is included for the first morning. Guest AccessTo whole house and yard. We have a locked cupboard in the laundry that is private. Interaction with GuestsGuests are left to enjoy their privacy. We live on a farm out of town but are only a phone or short drive away if you need any information or have any questions. The NeighborhoodPeaceful location, 10 minute walk to the local shops and hotel. Getting AroundYou will need your own car as Keith doesn't have taxis or public transport.
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The SpaceThe house accommodates 6 persons in 3 Queen bedrooms. It has a fully equipped kitchen and all linen is supplied. Guest AccessThe guests have access to the entire house. Getting AroundThere is car parking available
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The SpaceLakeside timber cottage, fully self-contained, perfect for 2. Across the road from the Outlet lake or Fox lake and only a minutes walk to Fox beach and a 2 minute walk to Long beach. Driftwood is a lovely sunlit cottage set in a coastal garden with open plan living area. A light continental breakfast hamper is provided for the first morning and we leave a complimentary bottle of wine for you to enjoy. Guest AccessGuests have access to the whole house and garden. Interaction with GuestsWe leave the guests to enjoy their privacy. If they need any information we are only a phone call away. The NeighborhoodOnly a minutes walk to the beach, lake across the road, fishing spots and birdwatching nearby. Good selection of cafes with great coffee, historic port, rugged limestone coast. Getting AroundYou will need your own car as we do not have any public transport in Robe. Other Things to NoteMinimum stay is 2 nights. Sole occupancy.
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The SpaceIt's quiet, relaxing and you have your own private garden and BBQ area separated from the main house. Are free to walk around, close to the main house yard and out in the paddock to watch the gorgeous sunset. Minimal, but we are close by should you need anything. But we do offer a farm tour for a small cost if you wish. Very quiet, wake up to the birds chirping every morning. No, but we are 45kms from 3 different towns, Millicent (inland) and Robe and Beachport (coastal) We have recently purchased some camp bunk beds to cater for families of two children aswell, so charging $15 extra per child, for the bed and breakfast the next morning. Also there is a BBQ and full cooking facilities enabling you to cook and relax at your leisure. Are free to walk around, close to the main house yard and out in the paddock to watch the gorgeous sunset. Minimal, but we are close by should you need anything. But we do offer a farm tour for a small cost if you wish. Very quiet, wake up to the birds chirping every morning. No, but we are 45kms from 3 different towns, Millicent (inland) and Robe and Beachport (coastal) We have recently purchased some camp bunk beds to cater for families of two children aswell, so charging $15 extra per child, for the bed and breakfast the next morning. Also there is a BBQ and full cooking facilities enabling you to cook and relax at your leisure. We have also recently purchased a coromal camper we have set up once to accommodate two couples travelling together. Just need a few days notice if you require it, so we can set it up for you. Guest AccessAre free to walk around, close to the main house yard and out in the paddock to watch the gorgeous sunset in evening. Interaction with GuestsMinimal, but we are close by should you need anything. But we do offer a farm tour for a small cost ($15) if you wish. If you have any questions about anything, please don't hesitate to ask, more than happy to help & make your stay enjoyable and memorable! The NeighborhoodVery quiet, wake up to the birds chirping every morning. Getting AroundNo, but we are 45kms from 3 different towns, Millicent (inland) and Robe and Beachport (coastal) ....Centrally situated in the heart of the limestone Coast. Perfect place to base yourself and do day trips to many towns Other Things to NoteWe have recently purchased some camp bunk beds to cater for families of two children aswell, so charging $15 extra per child, for the bed and breakfast the next morning. Also there is a BBQ and full cooking facilities enabling you to cook and relax at your leisure. We have also purchased a camper to Accommodate extras if you don't mind a camp out. Cooking is still to be done in the B&B room for breakfast. And there is access to the bathroom/toilet through another door.
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The SpaceBeautiful cottages with all the conveniences of home. A great stop over for tourists travelling between the Great Ocean Road and Kangaroo Island. Ideal for families, corporate travellers and romantic getaways. Pet friendly and free wifi. Complimentary bottle of wine. Beautiful gardens to stroll around and enjoy the surroundings. Free wifi. Pet friendly. King sized beds and spa baths. Fully equipped kitchen. Guests also receive a bottle of wine and homemade slice and chocolates. We like to meet the guests but then let them enjoy their stay in peace. We live on the same property so are available either by wandering over to main house or contacting us by phone if needed. Situated on the outskirts of town we have a rural view of paddocks and gum trees or a vineyard across the road but still only 2.5kms to the centre of town. Taxi service available Guest AccessBeautiful gardens to stroll around and enjoy the surroundings. Free wifi. Pet friendly. King sized beds and spa baths. Fully equipped kitchen. Guests also receive a bottle of wine and homemade slice and chocolates. Interaction with GuestsWe like to meet the guests but then let them enjoy their stay in peace. We live on the same property so are available either by wandering over to main house or contacting us by phone if needed. The NeighborhoodSituated on the outskirts of town we have a rural view of paddocks and gum trees or a vineyard across the road but still only 2.5kms to the centre of town. Getting AroundTaxi service available
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The SpaceBeautiful sun filled modern place with stunning sea views. Stones throw to the beach and shopping in the quaint town of Robe. Guest AccessThe quest have the whole house. Three bedroom, two bathrooms, two living areas and generous deck you will never want to leave. The NeighborhoodRobe has stunning beaches, great shopping, top restaurants, cinema and coffee shops. It also has a variety of cliff top and beach walks, 4wd drive tracks, surf spots, wineries all within a close vicinity.
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The SpaceLocation! Location! Location! Beach House-with a view enjoys a breathtaking position overlooking beautiful Guichen Bay. It is close to the main street of Robe and all its great eateries ,cafes, cinema, gallery, fashion and home-ware shops Sleeps 6, 2 Queen size beds, Main with en-suite. Bedroom 3 has 2 king singles that can be joined to make a king bed. There is a 2nd bathroom and laundry . Polished boards throughout living areas and carpet in bedrooms. Kitchen is very well equipped. Dishwasher and microwave The main bedroom, kitchen and living spaces all have sea views. The house faces North and captures all the warmth of the sun in Winter Reverse-cycle air conditioner. Open plan living area. Large BBQ table and BBQ in private sheltered area is supplied for you to enjoy a wonderful meal overlooking the bay. Children can play in the large back yard The house has a flat screen TV and a DVD/Video player in family room .Videos and DVD's supplied for your enjoyment on wet days and lots of games. Second TV in main bedroom The township of Robe is a 5 minute walk away with its boutiques and trendy home wares shops. You can meander through its Antique shops and galleries. Catch up on the latest movies in the cinema. The restaurants and local pubs are friendly and serve great meals. No pets and smoking outside only Sorry No "Schoolies" groups Price may vary during the year with peak rates in summer. Contact owner for Winter specials Summer rates are $3300 a week Guest Access3 bedrooms 1 king bedroom with en-suite , 1 queen bed , 2 singles Price is for 4 Summer rates are $3300 a week Shoulder Season is $ 1800 a week Low Season is $1450 Interaction with GuestsBy phone if you need help. The NeighborhoodA guide and a few ideas to help make your visit to Robe more enjoyable, The whole idea of going to Robe is generally to do nothing, so filling your holiday calendar with all sorts of activities is probably contradictory to most people's requirements, however if you feel the need to do something other than lay on the beach and relax, then the following suggestions might be suitable. 1. Fishing if you're looking for something to do in Robe, just marginally more physical than sunbathing, then fishing is the ideal choice. Robe is renown for its seafood and has some great spots including the wharf at boat harbour (which is almost in the centre of town) plus rock fishing in Guichen Bay, and surf fishing at Long Gully, Wrights Bay and Longbeach, the latter being a 17 kilometer stretch of sand which runs to the west of Robe and best accessed via 4 wheel drive vehicles ( pictured above ) 2. Dining Out - Robe has a reputation for excellent quality food, so while you're in Robe take the time to sample some of Robe's local produce. In particular make sure you sample some of the local seafood before you leave. 3. Woakwine Cutting Robe's mini Panama canal - In 1960 Murray's McCourt, a local grazier (and ex-army engineer) borrowed money to buy a D7 Caterpillar tractor and a scraper used to build aircraft runways in World War II. For the next three years he worked at cutting a channel from his property to Lake George. The result transformed his property, from a snake infested swamp into fertile grazing land. You can see this mini engineering marvel about 15 kms East of Robe - The original Caterpillar D7 and scraper are on display close to a lookout point which is located just off the Robe, Beachport road. 4. Cape Jaffa / Mt Benson Wine Region another activity which won't raise your heart rate unduly and sure to be enjoyable is to visit one of the many wineries in the Mount Benson region. This region is developing a reputation for the quality of its wines and there are a number of local wineries that welcome visitors to their property. Cellar door sales are available from Ralph Fowler wines, Norfolk Rise wines, Wangolina Station and Cape Jaffa wines. The village of Cape Jaffa is a base for some professional fishermen and now has a new $14M marina that is worth looking at. 5. Picnic On The Beach. Longbeach is one of a few beaches on the south coast that allows vehicle access and if you are a bit adventurous then a drive along Longbeach and a picnic on a secluded section of the beach is a great way to have your own Robinson Crusoe experience. It is generally recommended that you have a four wheel drive but there are plenty of two wheel drive vehicles that regularly use the beach as well. Before you go, pick up a leaflet from the Visitor Information Centre about the "Do's and Don'ts" of driving along the beach. Getting AroundCountry town, no public transport Other Things to NoteMY BOOKING CANCELLATIONS: Should you need to cancel your booking less than one month prior to entry, the Landlord may retain all rentals paid if the property is not re-let. (Every effort will be made to re-let the property) A fee of $75.00 applies to all cancelled bookings
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The Space3 bedrooms- Bed One -double Bed Two-double. Bed Three- Bunk & Trundle (suit (URL HIDDEN) Bathroom with shower. Separate toilet. Open plan living area/ kitchen. Laundry with washing machine. Neat ,comfortable style. Well equipped kitchen with microwave . BBQ. TV with DVD/Video/Stereo Quiet seaside setting .100 meters to safe swimming beach .Southend is central to great south east tourist attractions, such as the Coonawarra and Mt Benson wine regions, Volcanic crater lakes including the Blue Lake, Naracoorte Caves and diving caves. Close to other popular beaches such as Robe and Beachport. Southend is adjacent to the Canunda National Park for 4WD enthusiasts. Southend is perfect for fishing, sailing, swimming or just lazing on the beach. A surf beach is situated between Southend and Beachport. Southend has a small shop that is licensed and sells basic groceries. It has a takeaway fish and chip shop open weekends (6 days during summer).There is a local community club open weekends (open for meals in summer).Restaurants and other shopping is available in Beachport and Millicent, both a short drive away. We would like to stress this property is our own beach house. It is not resort standard accommodation. There is'nt any airconditioning only fans and basic heating. Our pricing reflects this. It should be viewed as a comfortable base for exploring the area and other activities : fishing, boating, surfing and 4wheel driving.
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Carolynnes Cottages 3 self contained cottages with all the luxuries of home. Family accommodation, pet friendly, free wifi, complimentary bottle of wine, homemade slice and chocolates. Spa baths.Possums Paradise is ideal for romantic getaways. Robins Retreat and Blue Wren cottage ideal for families. Spacious gardens surround.
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The Space‘The Cubby’ has 3 bedrooms, (sleeps up to 9 people) with 2 bathrooms including a spa bath. The kitchen is fully equipped including dishwasher and microwave. Ideally situated in the town centre, within walking distance to the town beach (only 200m with no roads to cross), all shops, restaurants and cinema also walking distance. 3 tv's, spa, dishwasher, bbq. Interaction will be by email and phone. Robe is a popular beach town with plenty of beautiful beaches to choose from. Minimum 2 night bookings. Private walk way to beach Guest Access3 tv's, spa, dishwasher, bbq. Interaction with GuestsInteraction will be by email and phone. The NeighborhoodBeautiful beach walking distance, no roads. Central to the gorgeous retail shops Getting AroundOwn transport but unless you want to go the famous 'Long Beach' almost everything is walking distance from 'The Cubby' Other Things to NoteMinimum 2 night bookings. Private walk way to beach
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The SpaceLovely self contained retro house 5 minutes walk from the front door to the beach. Sleeps up to six people with two new queen beds with built in robes, two single beds in third bedroom with built in robes also. There is a main bathroom, with a bath, and a stylish ensuite. Fully equipped kitchen with everything you need. Built in the 1980s, this spacious 3 bedroom house has been updated to cater for the needs of today whilst retaining it's comfortable retro feel. Relaxing lounge with new furniture and retro touches, LCD television, DVD player, DVDs, board games and a selection of books for you to enjoy during your stay. Reverse cycle air conditioning keeps you cool in the summer and cosy in the winter. There is also a gas heater, to add to your comfort in the winter. There is an outdoor shower at the back of the house for use after the beach. Fully equipped laundry with new washing machine, iron and ironing board. (sorry no dryer) Guest AccessYou will have access to the whole house and garden. The kitchen has everything you need. Interaction with GuestsYou'll have use of the entire house and I'll be available on the phone should you need anything. The NeighborhoodIt's all about the beach! The beach near the house is fabulous for swimming and body surfing. A little further down the esplanade you can take your 4 wheel drive onto the beach, if that's your thing. Getting AroundPlenty of room for one or two cars. Other Things to NoteHappy to answer questions if you need more info.
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The SpaceLocated on the majestic red gum lined tributary of the Naracoorte Creek, this beautiful elevated property is easy to settle in to from the time you arrive. “Karinya” is the aboriginal name for"peaceful place" and our family home is all of that, to relax and unwind from a busy life, and just enjoy the serenity of the bird life from surrounding flowing natural gardens. The house consists of a large, open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area, It includes a large flat screen TV complete with Apple TV for movies music & more, L shaped lounge, good quality stereo system including outdoor speakers, with large colonial style windows opening up to views of the gardens and creek beds. Twin colonial doors open out to the patio which facilitates a quality BBQ and large square outdoor setting able to seat up to 12 people. Kitchen facilities include an island bench providing interaction during those culinary inspired creative cook-ups, with good quality appliances, dishwasher, gas hotplate, fridge oven & microwave with a pantry cupboard stocked with essentials. Naracoorte, located about 3 ½ hours drive from Adelaide, is diverse in it’s attractions, including wineries, caves, wetlands, swimming lake, and spectacular golf course. Being in the heart of the limestone coast and an hour from Mount Gambier, an hour from Robe/beach and half an hour from Penola it is the central business district for a vast array of agricultural pursuits due to plentiful underground water. With it’s central parks and playgrounds, visitors are greeted in the town square with 3 hotels, diverse shopping and many cultural events throughout the year. Sleeping capabilities at Karinya include the option of 4 bedrooms, all located across the southern side of the house, 3 with queen size beds and 1 with 2 single beds. We also have 2 double sofa beds for if required, allowing then for a total of 12 people. As the property is rurally located with livestock and dams in the immediate vicinity, Karinya is not set up for kids under 10 unless strictly supervised by parents. Please note, swimming in the dam is not recommended and if ignored, is at own risk. However, the property is perfectly appointed for couples looking for a retreat, older families to enjoy quality time or visiting friends and relatives, or executives seeking a relaxed environment at the end of the day. The master bedroom has it’s own ensuite facilities. The main bathroom includes a bath and is shared for the other bedrooms. Verandahs surround the house shading all rooms, and a reverse cycle air conditioner heats and cools the main lounge/dining and kitchen areas. All bedrooms contain ceiling fans. The laundry includes a front load washing machine and dryer, ample bench space and sink. Water is supplied by a 10000 gallon rainwater tank which is sufficient all year round, however we ask that guests use water conservatively to ensure the supply is capable of lasting. Cleaning is included in the price, but as with any privately owned premises we ask that the guests leave the place as they found it. Cleaning equipment is provided in the laundry cupboard. The premises are used on other occasions for business and our own private home when staying in the region so we ask that guests treat the place with respect. The combustion fire is available for use during the winter with supplied fire wood. It is very efficient and will heat the whole area with a minimal amount of imput. The gardens are watered by an automatic watering system daily during the summer months. The controllers are located in the shed which is not accessible. During the summer months the fruit trees will bear, and these consist of an apple tree, plums, nectarines and pommegranites. Guests are welcome to the fruit if it is in season. Guest AccessBreakfast provided for the first two mornings and all linen and towels provided. Option of bacon and fresh free range eggs or continental breakfast. All local produce including Mahalia coffee. Interaction with GuestsApart from initial welcome guests have complete privacy during their stay, however, in case you need anything please let us know and we will be only too happy to take care of it. The Apple TV is available free of charge, which is great for playing music and other content from your Apple device. You will need to enter your own iTunes username and password to watch movies The NeighborhoodNeighbours love the rural living environment, enjoying the spectacular views of native creek bed settings. We ask that guests respect their privacy. Getting AroundTaxi's are available in Naracoorte and many of the hotels will include a shuttle bus on request. Other Things to NoteWe can arrange an in house "massage therapist" on request. Recommended to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
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The SpaceLarge open plan 4 bedroom home. Great for relaxing and a great base to enjoy the Limestone Coast Guest AccessThe entire home aside from the locked storeroom Interaction with GuestsWe do not live in Robe, however will be in contact with you throughout your stay to make sure everything is fine. We have local contacts to assist with anything if required. The NeighborhoodLong beach is a quiet part of town, by the beautiful Long Beach. The whole town becomes busy during summer, but mostly quiet through the rest of the year. Getting AroundThere is no public transport or taxi in Robe. you will need your own car. Other Things to NoteVilla Malmö has a 2 night minimum stay in low and mid seasons (3 night minimum on long weekends) and a 7 night minimum stay in high season (20th December-31 January) and 4 Night Minimum over Easter. Send us a message if you are interested in staying and it doesn't fit these requirements. We may be able to help.
house
Excellent
1 review
4br house
    Villa Malmรถ is our beachside holiday home in Robe South Australia. Completed in 2014 we have designed our homefor relaxation and socialising with friends. Villa Malmรถ is located 150 meters from beautiful Long Beach which is an easy stroll, and close enough to run home if you forget your sunscreen. We have a fully stocked kitchen for cooking and a 10 person dining setting, as well as outdoor BBQ area for you tp enjoy Located close to the beach, Villa Malmo has 4 bedrooms (3 Queen Beds, 2 Single) and 2 bathrooms. There is ample room for 2 families and a secure backyard to bring your family dog along for the holiday
    apt. / condo
    Excellent
    1 review
    2br apt. / condo
      Situated in Adelaide's leafy eastern suburbs, the Tusmore unit is only 4.5kms & a 10 minute drive from the Adealide city centre. Burnside Village, one of Adelaide's finest shopping centres, is an easy walk & Norwood Parade with its many eateries is only a short drive. A bus runs from the next street, Stiring Street, to the city centre & also in Stirling Street is beautiful Tusmore Park with its walking trails, playground etc. Guests wishing to be energetic could visit Burnside Swimming Centre, a local gym or Waterfall Gully & hike the 4kms to Mt Lofty summit. The Tusmore unit is also accessible to the beach, the beautiful Adelaide Hills & several of South Australia' wine regions. The Tusmore unit is ideal for a family of four & children are welcome. The Tusmore unit is situated in the Burnside area, in the leafy eastern suburbs & one of Adealide's prestigious residential areas. Very classy shopping centres can be found & cafes & dining options are many & varied. The unit is well furnished & well equipped with functional kitchen & separate laundry & small enclosed back yard. There are two bedrooms, one with a queen size bed & the other with two singles. There is a garage under the main roof & parking for a second car behind this
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      1br house
        the Island House Located 14kms from Penneshaw on the main sealed highway, between the famous Island Beach and the stunning Brown Beach, the Island House is the perfect couples getaway location. Situated amongst 79 acres of natural bush land forest, the Island House offers a truly unique private eco holiday accommodation experience far from any neighbors. Powered by an off the grid solar power system, gas appliances and stand-alone rain water harvesting system, you will realise the amazing freshness of drinking and bathing in some of the cleanest rain water the world has to offer. Recently completed, the Island House is a well-equipped spacious 2 bedroom which has plenty of room for your couples or family getaway offering modern stylish finishes throughout, porcelain tiled wet areas, leather lounges and a lovely wood fire for those cooler nights. At the rear, the Island house has an amazing massive 72 m2 new hardwood deck and veranda, with outdoor dining, BBQ and brand new outdoor lounge seating. Just perfect for enjoying some local wines or entertaining. Just like the sun will rise in the morning, you will almost certainly be visited by the wild Kangaroos at dusk, with other regular visitors including echidnas, goannas', thousands of small lizards and loads of native birds species including stunning Blue wrens and an occasional flock of the endangered Glossy Black Cockatoos. Upon night fall enjoy the pleasures of sitting around a camp fire, soaking up the bushland serenity with the occasional sound of native owls hooting, whilst gazing at the millions of stars above. The property enjoys ample fire wood supplies for both indoors and outdoors fires and comes equipped with bamboo torches and solar tree lights for that perfect night experience. Just 1.5kms from Browns Beach and 2.5kms from the famous million dollar row at Island Beach. The Island House is just 700m as the crow flies to the waters edge, nestled into the natural forest far from any neighbors. Yet still a short drive of around ten minutes to the main port of Penneshaw. Kangaroo Island - the Island House Located 14kms from Penneshaw on the main sealed highway, between the famous Island Beach and the stunning Brown Beach, the Island House is the perfect couples getaway location. Situated among 72 acres of natural bush land forest
        b&b
        3br b&b
        • Pets Allowed
        Delightful self contained accommodation in the heart of Robe. You'll enjoy sole occupancy, crisp quality linen, a welcoming bottle of Limestone Coast wine and nibbles plus generous provisions for a full breakfast on your first morning. The Shelter is ideally located and a short stroll has you on the beach - take your stroll further along the cliff top walk to the famed Long Beach - or pop down to the main street to enjoy the ambience of the many cafes, restaurants, retail outlets and the cinema. Robe has great history and there are a number of older buildings reflecting this. The pristine beaches and rugged coastline are simply stunning. We look forward to welcoming you to The Shelter and Robe. The Shelter is centrally located. Pop the keys on the fridge and walk if that's what you like to do. Day trips to nearby Coonawarra and the delicious wines produced there, Penola with Saint Mary McKillops' history a drive down Petticoat Lane and Mount Gambier has the spectacular Blue Lake. On a different tack, take a trip into Little Dip Conservation Park a must for a picnic and to enjoy a day with nature. 4WD if you want to go further to the Back beaches.
        apt. / condo
        2br apt. / condo
          Two Bedroom Apartment features large open-plan living area with sofa, dining table & chairs, flat panel TV, DVD, and free Wi-Fi. Full kitchen with oven, cook-top, microwave, sink, large fridge and all utensils. Separate bathroom with shower, and one bedroom with Queen size bed and one bedroom with two single beds and second TV. Linen, towels and toiletries, Iron & ironing board, Hair dryer provided, free parking at door. Free use of heated indoor pool & spa and indoor BBQ kitchen. Coin operated Laundry Facilities on site. Sleeps 4 (4 adults or 2 adults + 2 children) No capacity for extra guests. Australian GST included in price. No capacity for extra guests. Rate is room rate for up to 4 guests. 1 child under 2 years sleeping in a child's cot allowed free (in addition to the standard 4 person occupancy). Cots available free on request.
          b&b
          Excellent
          26 reviews
          4br b&b
          This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
          b&b
          Excellent
          15 reviews
          5br b&b
          This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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          Excellent
          6 reviews
          3br b&b
          This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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          3br house
            Anderl's cottage is situated within an easy 5 minute walk to all cafes, restaurants and the foreshore. The cottage sleeps 5 with all doonas, pillows and blankets supplied. The cottage consists of 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2 have QS beds and bedroom 3 has a single bed with extra mattress. The open style house is fully furnished with everything you could need for your relaxing holiday. The lounge room has a digital TV and DVD with a reverse style heating for those cool beach nights and air-conditioning for those hot summer days. The kitchen consists of electric fan forced oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee machine just ready for your favourite local brew. The relaxing bathroom features a spacious 2 person spa with an old fashion shower over the top. The laundry is equipped with an automatic washing machine. The back decking has a 6 setter table and chairs with a 4 burner BBQ. There is a 4 car lockable shed with enough room for that boat. There are many walking tracks winding through the township which enables you to explore the township and all it has to offer from this centrally located cottage. Beachport is simply captivating - it is nestled on the north western tip of Rivoli Bay, surrounded by white pristine beaches which offer surf and safe swimming all year round. Spectacular views of rugged coastlines along the many scenic drives will capture the pristine beauty of this beautiful hamlet. One of many highlights to visit is the Pool of Siloam, Beachport salt lake is almost 7 times saltier than the sea and the high salt concentration in the water makes swimming very easy. Or a Day trip to the beautiful Coonawarra wine region for wine tastings and whilst you are there visit Historic Penola township and wander through the beautiful town engulfed in history. Take a day trip to Robe township and enjoy fresh seafood food on offer or simply enjoy fish and chips on the foreshore, the list is endless. There are many walks scattered around the town a must see are the Lighthouse & Lookout, Chambers Way, Wendy's walk and Lankys walk. Or simply sit down at one of the many beautiful cafes and enjoy the local coffee and uninterrupted views of the Bay.
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            2br cottage
              Driftwood is a cosy timber lakeside cottage that is close to both Fox Beach and Long Beach. A great base for taking long walks, fishing and bird watching. Complimentary bottle of local wine and light breakfast provisions for first day. Small dogs welcome - please ask about suitability before booking.
              b&b
              Excellent
              3 reviews
              3br b&b
                Rubin's is centrally located in Robe A short walk to cafes, boutiques, shops in the main street. Close by you will find beautiful beaches, ski lake and walking trails. Beautifully appointed, fully self contained, king main bedroom with ensuite. Free wifi and a complimentary bottle of local wine included.
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                4br house
                  A beautiful, relaxed beach house, nestled in a coastal garden with the beach over the rise. Only a minutes walk to the beach, 5 minute walk to fishing spots, bird watching and coastal walking trails. Fully self contained and beautifully appointed. Perfect for a couple or family (we just close off the rooms not needed). Free wifi and complimentary bottle of local wine. Seasonal packages and specials, check our website for details. Rates are for 2 adults staying. Located in the coastal town of Robe. Historic port and fishing village with plenty of shops and eateries plus scenic walks, self drive tours and cellar doors.
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                  2br b&b
                    SHOWGROUNDS COTTAGE at 198 Smith Street is opposite the Showgrounds, a popular events venue, and close to the centre of Naracoorte. It's a self-contained Bed and Breakfast, private for one guest group at a time, whether for one guest or four, so you don't share with anyone you don't know. Tariffs are based on the number of guests and the number of nights; and include full breakfast provisions. The 1900 timber cottage has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a queen-sized bedroom and a twin bedroom with two king single beds. The sitting/dining room has a comfortable leather sofa and two recliners, a wood-burning combustion heater, TV and DVD player. In the bathroom are a spa bath, a separate shower and vanity. Next door is a separate WC. The laundry area has a washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board. The galley kitchen has a cooktop, oven, microwave, rainwater tap, cookware, cutlery, crockery and glasses. Showgrounds Cottage has reverse cycle air conditioners in the sitting/dining room and bedrooms; and a wood-burning combustion heater in the sitting/dining room. A feature is a modern back verandah with decking and a barbecue and outdoor setting – ideal for casual meals, drinks and snacks. Showgrounds Cottage is one of five properties owned and run by Naracoorte Cottages. (The others are MacDonnell House, Limestone View, Smith Street Villa and Pinkerton Hill.) Richard Peake and Judy Barton established this “people friendly” Bed and Breakfast business in 1995 and have welcomed thousands of satisfied guests from South Australia, interstate and overseas. Naracoorte Cottages offers comfort, convenience and cleanliness with all modern amenities. The B&Bs; are ideal for singles, couples, families and groups – as well as corporate guests – for one overnight stopover or a longer stay. They are private for one guest group at a time – even if there's only one guest. The houses have plasma TVs, DVD players, free local call telephones, free access to wireless broadband (BYO laptop or desktop computer) and reverse cycle air conditioning. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are provided. Tariffs are value for money and include generous full breakfast provisions (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, boxed cereals, bread, jams and spreads, tea, instant coffee, coffee grounds and milk); and a complimentary 750ml bottle of wine with every booking. Families and children are welcome (cot, high chair and change table can be provided if needed). Note that MacDonnell House does not have any single ensemble beds, but a fold-up bed for a child can be provided. All prices include full breakfast provisions for each night of the stay. Ask for a quote on corporate, family or group rates; and ask for a quote on a stay of more than 1 night. The tariff for children (aged 2-17) is $28 per child per night when staying with 1 adult ($145 per night) or 2 adults ($187 per night), with a maximum of 2 children, who can be accommodated in 2 king single beds. There is no charge for a child under 2 and we can provide a cot, high chair and change table. Naracoorte is the principal town in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council district. Naracoorte
                    Home/Apartment
                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Breakfast
                    • Parking
                    Seagrass is a gorgious 1800 cottage with open fire in the old part of the cotttage and one bedroon which is a king bed is also in the old part of the cottage Open kitchen area with dining table - off the kitchen we have a double bathroom which will delight and also we have a twin room the property is fenced and just beautiful to just relax pets are welcome too pots and pan crockery all is available in the house very nice walks along the beaches great jetty and good fishing