Relax and unwind in the seaside sanctuary known as The Lighthouse. Beautifully appointed throughout with quality furnishings The Lighthouse is a family inspired three bedroom, two bathroom holiday home which will sleep up to 8.
The covered deck has ocean and lake views, with outdoor furniture and BBQ facilities. The open plan living, dining & kitchen means comfortable living space for all. The kitchen boasts a dishwasher, wine fridge and large domestic fridge. The main bedroom with a king-sized bed also has an ensuite with shower, vanity & toilet. The main bathroom has a bath, shower and toilet and a second shower and toilet is located in the laundry downstairs.
The Lighthouse caters for families with small children providing a port-a-cot, toddler bed and highchair. The newly installed woodfire means winter beach holidays will be warm and cosy. The Lighthouse also provides free Wi-Fi.
All linen is provided at The Lighthouse which has 1 king bed, 1 queen bed, 1 tri-bunk and 1 trundle bed. Only a short stroll to the local cycleway which leads to lakes, beaches, shops, cafes and restaurants.
Bring your bicycles and explore Tuross Head to your hearts content. Kayaking, fishing, surfing, golf, bowls or just relaxing on the beach - it's all part of the Tuross Head beach village experience and The Lighthouse will certainly make your stay memorable.
What to bring - All personal toiletries and food items. The Lighthouse is a non-smoking holiday home No Party policy or large group bookings
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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