Boots on Broulee Dunes is a stylish townhouse with views over the dunes of South Broulee beach. There is direct access to this stunning beach via a sandy path with no roads to cross.
Boots has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom is private with its own balcony and ensuite bathroom, with double vanity, shower and a bath which looks out to native bush. Upstairs is the spacious lounge, dining and kitchen area. There are filtered ocean views - and lots of native birdlife to see - from a spacious front balcony (with dining setting and BBQ). The rear balcony off the kitchen captures the Winter Sun. Boots is very popular with families but is also suited as an intimate retreat for a couple. All linen is provided so there's nothing to do but enjoy this beautiful area of the NSW South Coast.
Features Sleeps 7 people Bedding Configuration- 1 Queen Beds, 1 Double Bed 1 Bunk Bed & 1 Single Bed Behind the dunes at South Broulee Beach Water view from top floor Linen supplied Spa Bath Secure undercover parking. 50 inch HD TV with Blue Ray Player Dishwasher and laundry facilities
High Season- Weekly/ $2400 Weekend/ $720 - minimum stay 7 nights Mid & Low Season- Weekly/ $1400 Weekend/ $620 Easter 4 days - $1800 - set rate whether you stay 4 or 7 nights
PROPERTY IS FULLY EQUIPPED- LINEN IS PROVIDED
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