About This Listing
2 beautiful rooms in an original Old Queenslander, private bathroom, veranda with table and chairs and day bed and use of 'shared with owner' kitchen on a little known beach, Cooya beach, 20 minutes North of Port Douglas. Directly opposite the Coral Sea with a view of Low Isles, this wonderful home provides peace and solitude, cool ocean breezes, birdsong, starry nights, fires on the beach, fishing, boating and laughter and fun for chilled out people who appreciate kindness and generosity.
Peace, quiet, serenity. Use of kitchen to cook whenever they please. private bathroom and large live - in veranda.
No shops on the beach but one take away fish and chips etc shop. 10 minute drive to Mossman where there are good restaurants and Woolworths. Port Douglas has many good eateries and bars and shops and is 20 minutes drive.
No public transport so hire car is necessary. Rent- a- bomb or Cairns second hand car hire at Cairns airport offers good reasonably priced car hire.
We have 2 bicycles, one is electric and we have fluoro jackets and helmets.
This beach is Aboriginal owned and boasts one of Australia's best known indigenous hunting, folkloric tours run by a local family, often featured on National television. Well worth an excursion.
I offer my wonderful body work, muscular release massage sessions to all who want. I have a private practice locally and occasionally work from home.
no shoes inside. quietness at all times. keeping the kitchen clean. During your stay , you do all your own cleaning. If you need fresh towels and / or sheets feel free to ask or use washing machine which is in your bathroom.
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About the Host, Margot
I am an independent 57 year old self employed English woman. I occasionally work from home practicing a unique form of personal development body work. I also have a practice in Port Douglas. I enjoy the silence and peace of the place where I live and I love the beauty of this typical wooden Queenslander home and the horizon it looks out at.
I am not particularly sociable and I like to allow guests their own space in the way that I enjoy mine.