RELAX IN THIS APPEALING BALINESE INSPIRED APARTMENT: Fold-back doors in the living area allow easy access to the charming garden and covered courtyard area - perfect for indoor/outdoor living.
THERE ARE TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS - 1 x QS, 1 x 2 singles. One bedroom is upstairs and one downstairs, each with its own bathroom.
THE KITCHEN is open plan, modern and well-equipped and enjoys a garden outlook. The style is relaxed throughout.
THERE IS REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONING in the upstairs bedroom and downstairs living area. There is a double lock up garage with a remote controlled roller door and direct access to the living area
THERE ARE 2 TELEVISIONS, one in the living area and one upstairs in the main bedroom. Each has a DVD player.
GREAT LOCATION: 2 minute walk to inlet beach and 1.2 kms into town centre. The property is near the end of a long drive and is private and peaceful.
THE WALLED GARDEN is exotic and includes a fishpond. You will see the goldfish but will you be lucky enough to meet one of the appealing little frogs?
LINEN: You will need to bring your own sheets and towels. These can be provided for an extra cost, but you will need to let us know in advance.
PRE-SCHOOLERS: The property is not suitable for pre-schoolers (because of the fishponds)
Inverloch is an extremely appealing seaside village and is suitable for year-round holidays. There are beaches to suit everyone including the beautiful Inlet beach which is at the end of the street. The surf beach which is a 5 minute drive away is patrolled during the summer season and there are a stunning selection of rock-pool beaches. Inverloch is 1 and 3/4 hours from Melbourne, about 30kms after the Phillip Island turnoff.
Inverloch offers a wide variety of activities; fishing, surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, boating, snorkelling, golf, tennis, walking and bird watching etc. A popular jazz festival is held during the Labour Day weekend in March. There is also a regular farmers market.
The town offers a variety of restaurants and cafes, shops, galleries and the Bunurong Environment Centre which houses a large shell collection and gifts.
If you are staying for a while, be sure to explore some of the appealing nearby towns, for example the Kongwak market on Sundays, Fish Creek, Koonwarra etc.