"Sea-esta" an inviting beach pad located in a quiet and beautiful section of Apollo Bay- within walking distance of Apollo Bay’s main street
Charming, comfortable, and inviting, the timber home has lots of natural light, high ceilings and a large back yard area allowing room for the kids to run and play.
The home features open plan living and meals areas with comfortable seating, a large smart TV for wifi streaming, a coonara fireplace, split system heating/cooling and a deck with views of the hills. The kitchen is located centrally and is equipped with everything you need to cook and prepare your own meals whilst you are away with utensils, cutlery, pots, pans, a large family fridge, microwave and a dishwasher.
The master suite is large, spacious and is fitted with a queen sized bed. The generous master offers its own private deck with sliding doors leading outside and also features its own attached ensuite.
The second bedroom downstairs is a king bed the third bedroom offers a queen size bed, whilst the 4th bedroom is set up with 1 set of tri bunk beds (double bed on bottom, single bed on top) and one standard single bed.
There is a central bathroom downstairs as well as full laundry facilities including a washing machine and a dryer.
If you could Please Input correct amount of guests so we can provide the appropriate amount of linen to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Also when booking our prices are calculated per guest. Extra Guest found to be at the property will be deducted from your bond. Thank you for your cooperation.
SLEEPS 10 GUESTS
Bedroom 2: King
Bedroom 3: Queen
Bedroom 4: 1 x Sets of Tri Bunk (double on bottom, single on top) and one single.
The home has wifi for guests to use.
Access via a key box
Management is off site, but we are only a phone call away!
We live in Marengo, so can be onsite to help if required.
Apollo Bay is located between Wye River and Cape Otway on Victoria's scenic coastal route, the Great Ocean Road.
As a popular tourist destination, Apollo Bay offers both swimming and surf beaches, as well as a large boat harbour and marina which is home to a major fishing fleet. The town's commercial centre, which features a good selection of restaurants and cafes, is situated along one side of the Great Ocean Road, overlooking a wide, grassy foreshore which fronts the main swimming beach.
Overlooking Apollo Bay are rolling green hills, which create quite a scenic backdrop when viewed from the beach, foreshore and shops. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from the Marriners Lookout, located at the northern end of town off Marriners Lookout Road. It's a short walk from the car park along a scenic mountainside pathway to the lookout where there are views of Apollo Bay's town centre, the harbour and beaches up and down the coast.
A couple of museums are worth exploring in Apollo Bay. There is the Bass Strait Shell Museum, at the golf course end of town, offering a good collection of local and overseas shells, coral and preserved sea life specimens. The Old Cable Station Museum, on the Great Ocean Road at the northern edge of Apollo Bay, features collections of local memorabilia housed in the former cable station which was used for communications between Tasmania and the Australian mainland.
A popular scenic drive is along the Barham River Road which follows the Barham River inland from the coast through the lush rainforest of the Barham Valley, eventually ending up at the Marriners Falls. The small seaside community of Marengo is located just south of Apollo Bay on the other side of the Barham River and it offers quiet, sandy beaches. A 5 kilometre drive north of Apollo Bay on the Great Ocean Road takes you to Skenes Creek, which is another small and scenic seaside community. Fantastic views of the coast can be enjoyed at Evans Lookout, a couple of kilometres inland from Skenes Creek on the main road to Forrest and Colac.
The rugged and bushy Great Otway National Park, which includes a lighthouse at Cape Otway, is easily accessible, making Apollo Bay a great place to enjoy the coast and the bushy hinterland of the Otway Ranges.
- Accommodates: 10
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Property Type: House
- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 10:00
- 24 Hour Check-in
- Air Conditioning
Baby bath Baby crib
Books Books Kids Ceiling Fans Central Heating Child's Swing
- Clothes Dryer
- Coffee Maker
Dvd Player Elevator Energy-efficient devices
First Aid Kit Free Cleaning
- Full Equipped Kitchen
Game Room Games For All Ages Kids' Games Garage
- Hair Dryer
- Kids Friendly
Laptop Friendly Workspace
- Linen Towels
No single-use plastic No single-use toiletries Not Suitable For Children Organic food & beverages
- Parking Included
- Pets Considered
- Private Car Park
- Private entrance
Rainwater harvesting system Paperless / recycled paper Renewable energy system Safety Card Satellite Or Cable Sea View
- Self Check-in
- Smoke Detector
Smoking Forbidden Stereo System Information about property sustainability Sustainability projects support Sustainable materials Terrace
Towels changed upon request Toys
- Washing Machine
Waste Sorting Work Desk
Beautiful home in a great location
This home had everything we needed for our stay. Beautifully appointed and practical, with comfortable beds and kitchen facilities. A great house for summer or winter.June 2019
Beautiful place to stay!
Stunning, unusual, comfy family property!December 2019
Perfect for group holidays!
It was the perfect stay for my group of friends and I! Great location and had everything needed, highly recommend!January 2020