A spacious cottage with an exposed beam, cathedral ceiling living room, two queen downstairs bedrooms and an upstairs attic bedroom - set in a secluded, bush garden with grassy area - only 2 minutes to beach or walk along beach to town for good coffee.
Every room looks out on the garden, and each bedroom (except the attic) has french doors leading to outside. There is a grassy area which is great for children to play. There is plenty of off-road parking space.
The entire house and garden is yours and completely private. The Sealink bus can drop you at the door, and there is a Rockhopper (local bus transport) nearby. The local neighbourhood boasts a golf course.
Interaction with guests
Your host can help with information and local knowledge during your stay
Other things to note
A beautiful walk and cycle path along the edge of the sea leads into town in one direction. It leads to a beautiful cliff walk from which you can see seals and in season, occasionally whales. Continue on along the esplanade to historic Point Reeves with a beautiful view over the spit, where the first settlement in South Australia occurred - now occupied by large numbers of shore birds.
The house is non-smoking.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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I am a retired health worker living in Adelaide. A while ago I made a conservation trip to a beautiful Island called Kangaroo Island where there are spectacular beaches and animals which no longer exist on the mainland. I have visited many times, at first staying in a small unit which I renovated. Recently I bought a spacious, architect-designed cottage close to the beach, in a bushy area just outside a small coastal town of Kingscote (pop about 1600). I'm thrilled because the house is full of character, spacious and comfortable, there is a large garden and an abundance of tiny birds such as the blue wren, white eyes and finches that I no longer see in Adelaide. I walk along the beach every morning and find it a peaceful, beautiful secluded place to relax.