About this listing
Our beach house is located on the lovely Northern Beaches of Sydney. Modern and spacious, with colourful local and Pacific art on the walls. Surrounded by Beaches and Bush. Eco-friendly with Solar panels reducing our energy footprint.
You get a double bedroom that is sunny with a double bed.
There is a built in robe wardrobe to store your luggage.
You get to share a luxury bathroom (it's just down the hall) with huge bathtub and shower with heated floor tiles. You share the kitchen and living area with us.
You may borrow our kayak and boogie-boards.
The house has 2 huge living areas, with a library, from which you are welcome to read books. We have wi-fi access covering the house and decks.
We are located near North Narrabeen on Sydney's Northern beaches. About 2 kilometres from the beach up on the hill with ocean views from most rooms and decks. The suburb is surrounded by beaches and national parks and is close to Narrabeen Lagoon for Kayaking, Swimming, and a great bike path.
We are surrounded by nature, and you will see many colourful birds, and maybe even the blue-tongue lizard who likes to sunbathe in our backyard.
Where we are
* 5 minutes drive to beach.
* 5 minutes from the Sydney Academy of Sports and Recreation
* 30 minutes from Manly
* 30 minutes from Palm Beach
* 35 minutes from the City (outside peak hour)
* 45 minutes from Sydney airport
What to see and do nearby
Go down to Narrabeen beach, use our boogie boards to catch a wave, swim in the sea or tidal pool, or relax on the beach. See why the Beach Boys name-checked the beach in ‘Surfin' USA’.
Walk, cycle or Kayak around Narrabeen lagoon (Kayaks can be rented by the hour).
Go into the city, climb the Harbour bridge, see the Opera House and visit the world class museums and art galleries.
Go to Manly, catch the harbour ferries (the best Harbour tour at the cheapest price) and walk along the esplanade, before visiting North Head for great views across Sydney.
Visit Palm Beach, the beautiful beach suburb home to Australia’s rich and famous, where the walk up to Barrenjoey lighthouse will give you stunning views across the national parks and the ocean.
Take a boat out in Pittwater (rentals by the hour) and visit hidden beaches, or catch a fish for your supper.
Walk in the Ku-ring-gai national park and see wallabies, beautiful waterfalls, and ancient aboriginal art. Camping overnight can be easily arranged (Lea is a National Parks Officer whose area includes the camp ground) and is an unforgettable experience.
Go to the Blue Mountains (two hours away) for a day trip.
Ask us while you are here and we will give you our local knowledge of places to visit, great places to eat, and what’s on.
The house details:
We have four decks to enjoy the sun or shade at different times of the day.
- The back deck has a Weber BBQ with beanbags, hammock and couches.
- The front deck has a bar table that can fit 4-6.
- Your deck has outdoor furniture to relax on.
- Wireless Broadband ADSL 2+ connection included.
- Full laundry with washing machine and dryer.
This is our home so you will find everything you need for your comfort and enjoyment including DVD's, sheets, towels, and kitchen appliances.
Our home is likely to suit families and couples with their own transport.
All you need to bring is your clothes.
The room will be professionally cleaned before your arrival. The house has a number of steps so it is unsuitable for people with mobility issues.
Local shops and restaurants are within walking distance, with a large shopping centre 5 minutes by car.
Strictly no smoking or pets allowed.
Eating in the kitchen and tiled living areas only (or on the decks)
Please contact Lea for further details.
Interaction with guests
Available for help during your stay
No smoking allowed at all in at the house. This included decks and front and back garden.
No pets please.
The kitchen must be left tidy after use including washing up and cleaning surfaces.
Family of 3 who are have travelled extensively and love meeting people from all walks of life.
Lea loves to Kayak around the world, while Simon is a travel writer with books on Central Asia and the Pacific Islands.