What a hidden gem Kalkite is, the perfect place for a peaceful summer getaway! Located at the bottom of Banksia Avenue, Kalkite is this large 3 bedroom home with views straight across Lake Jindabyne and up to the Snowy Mountains. There is also a gate that offer's direct access for a boat to the lake on the back of the property.
The huge balcony soaks up the afternoon sun and overlooks the finest lake and mountain views, it sets the perfect stage for entertaining the afternoon away with friends, and with no neighbours in front, it's also perfect for privately enjoying the peace and perfection of the areas and the downstairs covered area offers similar views.
If there's a chill in the air the large indoor wood fire will warm you up and set the tone for a cozy evening. The house is set up with everything you need for an enjoyable holiday experience. You'll find a fully equipped kitchen, electric blankets on the beds, heating, drying room, Foxtel, DVD's and flat screen TV.
Summer rates do not cover Christmas, New Year or Easter. For these dates the additional charges will be incorporated.
The property sleeps 9 in total and comprises 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, 1 en-suite. The bed configuration is; Bedroom 1: Queen Bed (en-suite) Bedroom 2: Queen Bed Bedroom 3: Double Bed and single bunk and 1 bunk bed
Pricing is as follows:
$1090 - 2 night weekend (Fri-Sun) $1,560 - 3 night long weekend (Fri-Mon) $1,760 - 5 night midweek (Sun-Thurs) $2,510 - full week (Sun-Sun / Fri-Fri)
Rates include linen and cleaning
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