The SpacePlease email required dates for an exact cost.
To keep the rental cost down for you LINEN is an extra and can be discussed with management after booking - the cost is $70/ bedroom - includes sheets, pillow slips and bath towels.
This spacious architect designed home with two separate lounge rooms, 5 double bedrooms, 4 toilets and 3 bathrooms, perfect for a large group of friends and easily accommodates 3 families and only a 2min drive to main shops or 15min walk along beach side track.
Located bayside, opposite Tideways Beach, near the site of Victoria's first settlement, with sprawling green lawns and off street parking, this house is perfect for your escape and beachside vacation - especially for people who like to entertain or relax while enjoying the tranquil surroundings.
Maximum people on property at any time is 12. No external parties or catering of events. Guest Access5 BEDROOMS, sleeps total of 12 (5 doubles and 2 singles as pull out )
1 X King Bedroom with ensuite
4 X Queen Bedrooms one with ensuite
2 X singles as a pullout
Linen is optional and can be discussed with management after booking - generally extra $70/ bedroom - includes sheets, pillow slips and bath towels.
2 Separate lounge rooms, one downstairs the other upstairs
3 BATHROOMS and 4 Toilets
Linen is optional ($350) - 400 Thread Count - Egyptian Quality. Please email me if you require linen, the funds need to clear account prior to check in.
All bedrooms have large built in robes
Master bedroom has a 19" plasma TV & DVD player
Air Conditioning and Central Heating throughout
Free WiFi Internet (provided the monthly GB is not exceeded by current or previous tenant)
Downstairs has a 55" Full HD TV, Blue Ray DVD, Apple Wii
Upstairs has a 42" plasma flat screen TV, DVD player
SMEG 6 burner European stove
Large Fisher Paykel Fridge
Large granite bench
Large separate dinner table to seat 12 people
Large hood top 6 burner BBQ
Outdoor BBQ table and smaller side table
Deck is fully enclosed and safe for toddlers and babies.
1 Bathroom with shower
1 Outdoor shower
2 Powder rooms
(total of 4 toilets, 4 showers, 1 bath)
Spacious European laundry with a fully automatic Fisher and Paykel washer and separate dryer and plenty of storage.
Babies high chair
Safety rails at the bottom and top of the stairs
A porta cot
Access to garage is not included in rental. Interaction with GuestsManagement is always contactable via email and phone if necessary. The NeighborhoodThe town of Sorrento was the very first site where the English convicts first settled.
The beaches are turquoise blue, with lovely white grey sands. The air is always fresh and country crisp, the smell of native gum trees surrounds the bay.
The shops and local cafés are varied and full of character with friendly service and excellent food.
Golf courses, fishing, skin diving, surfing, boating, mountain bike and horse riding, bush walking, cinemas, swimming pools and many fabulous wineries are all local to the vicinity.
There's even a natural thermal hot spring health spa and resort located 20mins drive from the property.
There's so much to do!
...Or you can just take a book across to the beach and read. Getting AroundBus stop only 100m walk, easy access to taxis, local boat ferry is 15min walk, bike/ walking track directly opposite property, walking shoes can take you anywhere! Other Things to NoteA quiet secluded beach is across the road from the property- 400m. There's a lovely beach track to walk along into town - about 15mins walk or 2min drive.
1. EAT, DRINK SORRENTO
VISIT Sorrento in summer and it can seem as if Reg Hunt's Golden Mile of Cars has driven in convoy to the seaside and turned the historic village into a giant gridlocked parking lot. But if you visit in winter, you can see colonial architecture, get a seat in one of its great historic pubs and walk the footpaths without fear of being crushed. Sorrento's restaurateurs are encouraging people to visit their town next weekend with a food festival featuring a fair at the Sorrento Community Hall on Saturday with chocolate- and sausage-making master classes, and tastings of Mornington Peninsula produce. Regional produce and wine make for an exceptional value $25 lunch at The Baths overlooking Port Phillip Bay for the duration of the eight-day festival. Of the 20 other events, one of our favourites is High Tea on the High Seas, $35 for cakes and savouries plus tea, coffee or sparkling wine on a return ferry trip from Sorrento to Queenscliff. Taste of Sorrento, June 1-8, phone ,
2. HISTORIC PARK
IN 1870, on a hill overlooking Port Phillip Bay, a section of Sorrento was set aside for a pleasure park. It was planted with European trees, and a bowling green and croquet lawns were laid out. Soon after, it was described as being a ''magnificent park with beds and walks laid out with great taste''. Today it is a cool and pleasant park with a copse of elms shading a gully and a fortress-like kids' playground perched in a defensive position above the bay where they can protect us all from their imaginary pirate ships. Point Nepean Road, Melway Reference 157 E9
THIS is Marlene Miller's 30th year selling antiques in Sorrento. She's a funny woman and has no hesitation in telling you about the ghost of Catherine Ellis who followed her book collection from the antique stores' old home in the former guest house next door to her newly built, barn-like store. Antique jewellery is her specialty, though there are some real gems in the book room upstairs including some original food posters from the 1960s and '70s, plus crystal tableware and tea sets. 128 Ocean Beach Road, daily 10am-5pm,
4. MILLIONAIRES' WALK
THIS is a perfectly valid excuse to stickybeak into the front yards of the other half of our two-speed economy who live along what is known locally as Millionaires' Row - those grand mansions on the cliff at Point King. There is an artists' trail where you'll find replicas of paintings - you can download a map at . Part of the trail goes along the cliff at Millionaires' Row which you will find down the end of Lentell Ave off Point Nepean Road. Walk to the end of the road and there is a paling fence with a gate which marks the start of the walk. Please respect residents' privacy.
5. COPPINS LOOKOUT
AT LOW tide the rock pools of Sorrento Back Beach are revealed and waves crash over the rocks sending shawls of spume spreading over the surface of the still water like expanding fans. From Coppins Lookout, a rotunda overlooking Bass Strait, take in the view of the back beach, east to Cape Schanck, over the rugged limestone outcrops and towards Point Nepean to the west. Car park at the end of Ocean Beach Road.
6. WALK WITH THE DEAD
THE Sorrento cemetery, two natural amphitheatres surrounded by native bush and sheltered by old cypress trees, is one of the most beautiful and well-kept cemeteries in the state thanks to Sexton John Aschhoff. ''I bumped into Tom Hafey the other day,'' Aschhoff says. ''He wanted to make sure I was looking after Percy.'' Percy Cerutty coached 1500m runner Herb Elliott to gold at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome. One elegant but worn marble tombstone reads Zara Kate Bate, the widow of former prime minister Harold Holt, and faces Bass Strait which pounds ceaselessly on the rocks just the other side of the dunes. Located at Normanby Road