Contemporary double storey house 300 m to beautiful Sorrento beach.
The Tranquil room has a queen size bed with built in robes, a palatial bathroom with free standing bath to luxuriate in and modern kitchen, laundry and lounge room with wide screen TV, WiFi and DVD player.
Watch the sunset from the deck whilst sipping a cool sundowner. There are four restaurants located at the bottom of the street and it will only take 10 minutes to walk to the Hillarys Marina, one of Perth's premier tourist attractions.
Public Transport is at the bottom of the street and West Coast Highway runs north and south past Raleigh Road giving great access to many beautiful beaches. Sorrento is located a mere 17 km from the city centre of Perth. Sorrento Beach is protected by a shark net so you can swim secure in the knowledge that you are safe if you are nervous of creatures of the deep and is one of Perth's beautiful northern beaches.
Breakfast consists of healthy fruit, cereals, plunger coffee, selection of teas, gourmet spreads and delicious bread.
There are two rooms available for rent, if one party books one room the other is not leased so that the bathroom remains for your private use.
Guests are welcome to use the downstairs level which consists of a private bathroom, laundry, bedroom, kitchen, family and dining room.
Guests are also most welcome to use the outdoor alfresco area and the garden. There is room for car parking on the property.
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I am a business owner connected to the building industry and a Relationship coach. You could say I have many and varied interests! Life is never boring.
Love travel and meeting new people which I think is the greatest way to learn about our wonderful planet.
I am broadminded and accepting of all nationalities and religions - diversity is what makes the world go around.
I have two little dogs who are my 'kids' and who have no idea that they are actually dogs.
I respect my guests privacy as much as is possible and am either at work or writing upstairs in my 'den'.