Rye

from $470 per night

4 2 2
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SUMMER LAZE HUT

This charming beach house is close to both bay and ocean beaches. Situated well back from the street in a lightly elevated block, generous front garden and huge front deck serve as platforms leading to the front door of the house and provide for extra privacy and peaceful enjoyment, and additional security for children to play in the garden.

This holiday house has lots of popular features sought after among holidaymakers: There are four bedrooms sleeping up to 11 to 13 guests, so big enough for a large family or 2 to 3 smaller families; In addition to the heating and cooling facilities, there are fans in all the bedrooms; Two separate living areas; Wi-fi and online entertainment media through chrome casts; Wide deck beautiful for watching sunset ; Enclosed back yard with undercover outdoor sitting; Infant/toddler friendly; And the list goes on. This is the perfect place to enjoy your long lazy summer holiday with dear ones.

MINIMUM STAYS
Peak season (Christmas/New Year) 7 night minimum
Easter and shoulder season 4 nights
Other dates 3 nights

PROPERTY FEATURES
Sleeps: 11
Bedrooms: 4
Bedding Configurations: Bedroom 1 - 1 x Queen (2)
Bedroom 2 - 1 x Queen + 2 x Singles (4)
Bedroom 3 - 1 x Queen + 1 x Single (3)
Bedroom 4 - 1 x Queen (2)
Optional Sofa Bed in Living Room (2)

Bathroom: 2
Living Room: 2
Flat Screen TV: yes
Air Conditioning: yes
Linen / Towels: BYO
BBQ: yes
Indoor Dining: 6-8
Outdoor Dining: 6-8
Internet: NBN

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Property Features

  • Bond : $1000
  • Courtyard
  • Deck
  • Ensuite
  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Fully Fenced
  • Furnished
  • Gas Heating
  • Open Spaces
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Property ID: 3449737

Justin Tang

Justin Tang

0499 099 995

Contact Office

Blairgowrie

2831 Point Nepean Road

BLAIRGOWRIE 3942

T 03 5988 8391

F 03 5988 0852

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