With a highly desirable location on the narrowest point of the Peninsula, this picture-perfect beach house is situated within a short walk to the area’s iconic beaches, paths and coastal trails. Featuring an abundance of natural light and immaculate presentation with an outlook of peaceful garden surrounds from every room, the property includes two cosy living areas, two decks and the added bonus that it is pet friendly. An absolutely idyllic coastal getaway suited to a family or small group.
• COVID19 – We will provide a full refund (minus any merchant processing fees, if applicable) or reschedule (subject to availability and any revised tariff) should Government enforced travel restrictions prevent your booking from going ahead.
• Schoolies and groups under the age of 25 will not be accepted at this property under any circumstances.
• The bunks and trundle are not suitable for adults (property sleeps a maximum of 4 adults and 3 children).
• Small house-trained dogs are permitted with prior approval. The property may not be suited to larger dogs due to the height of the front fence.
• While we offer the ability to book instantly, you will be asked to confirm in writing your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions of your stay. Please ensure you have thoroughly read and understand the T&C’s via “View Agreement” (which can be found after entering your dates and contact details). We reserve the right to decline any enquiry or booking if a guest is deemed to be unsuitable.
• 3 bedrooms, (sleeps 7 – 4 adults/3 children)
• 1 bathroom with a step-in bath/shower, 2 toilets including a separate powder room
• Small house-trained dogs are welcome, on request (conditions apply)
• Split system heating/cooling in each living area, ceiling fans in 2 bedrooms, portable fan in third bedroom
• Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar
• DeLonghi coffee pod machine with milk frother
• Main open plan living area which incorporates the kitchen and extendable dining table (seating up to 8), opening to the front deck and picturesque gardens
• Sunken lounge room with comfortable couches, smart TV and DVD player opening via stacker doors to the deck
• Rear deck with outdoor dining for 6, umbrella and Weber BBQ
• Private and peaceful established garden surrounds
• Fully fenced (safe for children and pets)
• Lots of DVDs, games and books
• Laundry with washing machine and ironing facilities
• Carport for 1, off street parking for 2 or a boat
• Tariff includes bed and bath linen, beach and pet towels (on request) and kitchen basics
• Free WIFI, with streaming services accessible via your own login
• Self check-in access details will be provided late afternoon the day prior to your stay, after individual security codes are set
• Bedroom 1: 1 x queen, BIR
• Bedroom 2: 1 x queen, BIR
• Bedroom 3: 2 x single bunks, 1 x single trundle, BIRs
‣ 650m (9 min walk) to Cameron’s Bight Jetty/Foreshore off-lead dog beach
‣ 400m (5 min walk) to Koonya General Store
‣ 1km (13 min walk) to Koonya Ocean Beach
‣ Sorrento Village & Car Ferry – 5 min drive
‣ Blairgowrie Village – 1.8km (20 min walk)
‣ Peninsula Hot Springs – 14 min drive
‣ Nearest winery: 13min drive (The Cups Estate)
‣ Nearest golf course: 10 min drive (Sorrento Golf Club)
Sorrento is a popular tourist destination on the Mornington Peninsula, located a just 90 minutes from Melbourne CBD. The cosmopolitan village is famous for its quaint heritage designer label boutiques, galleries, cafes, furniture and homeware stores. The iconic Sorrento Hotel with stunning views of the bay boasts some of the best pub food on the Peninsula. The beaches of Sorrento are as equally famous as the village, being on the narrow part of the Peninsula and featuring the contrasting front and back beaches. Looking out to Port Phillip Bay on the north side, Sorrento front beach features a lovely foreshore, and the iconic Sorrento Pier, which links the Mornington Peninsula with Queenscliff via the passenger and car ferry. Sorrento Back Beach, on the south side of the village, is a spectacular ocean with safe swimming areas looking out onto Bass Strait. There are a number of stunning walking tracks which wind both along the foreshore and into the hills and native bushland.
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