Great for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), and pets. Also has WIFI access.
Close to the beach (1km), great cafes, restaurants and bars, short bus, drive or walk (1.5km) to Event Cinema and more restaurants and supermarkets. Just 2 minutes walk to the entrance to the National Park where you can leisurely walk into Hastings Street, the heart of Noosa.
Immaculately clean and great for your pets - enclosed outdoor area for them to get out of the house and play in the garden.
It's perfectly located between the town for shopping and dining and the beach for recreation and more cafes, bars and restaurants with a small convenience store. The national park is right round the corner for beautiful walks that even lead down to the famous Hastings Street as well as past secluded beaches. The house is pet friendly with an enclosed backyard and mainly tiled floors inside.
Finally, this is a place that I have visited greatly through my life over the past 25 years so it is warm and cozy as well as functional and infused with a homely, family feel including the furry kind - it was once home to kitty, who now lives with me.
You have access to all parts of the property which belongs to unit 2 except the shed in the back yard.
Общение с гостями
If you need any assistance throughout your stay or questions answered, please contact me, Leonie. I will email you directly with instructions on how to get in once your booking has been confirmed.
I will do my best to guide you with all your needs including suggestions for romantic dinners for your anniversary (I once planned a lovely itinerary for a couple celebrating here).
I have a good network of local people too, should you need something fixed or changed.
Другие важные подробности
There are some great restaurants healthy, romantic and delicious in all price ranges down by the beach - including the surf club right on the beach (very reasonable).
Unless you are a strong surfer, I would suggest going to Noosa Beach, which is better for beginners.
It is warm all year round with bouts of rain - but I have actually been on the beach in my bikini in the middle of August (winter in Australia...).
And, do go for a walk in the national park - it's incredibly peaceful and rejuvenating. Dogs are not allowed, unfortunately, but the backyard is fully secured so you can give them a rest under the trees while you explore. There is a dog park just around the corner, where they can meet other dogs and dog owners on a daily basis.
Oh, also, I speak French and Dutch in case you are comfortable reading all this in English but prefer to talk to someone in French to get clarification on anything.