Beach House on McIntosh is a great chill-out spot only 50 meters from the Shoalhaven River. With a well-equipped kitchen for cook-ups and a flourishing herb garden, it's perfect for a relaxing trip away. We have a combustion fire place for cozy winter nights.
Beach House on McIntosh is only 50 meters from the Shoalhaven River, less than 100 meters to the pub and around the corner from a cafe. It is a short 5 minute stroll to the beach and 10 minutes to the golf course.
This two bedroom house is suitable for 5 people with a double bed in one room, and a second room with a 3 man bunk bed - double bed on the bottom and a single on top. It has one bathroom with a shower and a second toilet outside. Our style is inspired by our travels and we want it to feel like home to you too!
We have a back deck with super comfy couches and a chair hammock, great for an afternoon beer. There is also a fire pit in the backyard.
The kitchen is equipped with a great Smeg oven and cooktop. You are welcome to help yourself to anything in our veggie or herb garden as well as our well-stocked spice rack. Other cooking equipment is provided including a microwave, pots & pans, kettle, toaster, coffee machine, sandwich press and a large fridge & freezer.
There is a TV with USB port and DVD player, but no connection to free to air. We also have an iPOD dock with speakers.
We have a large driveway and carport suitable to park a boat and our backyard is soon to be fully enclosed but is currently not. Well behaved pets are welcome.
Shoalhaven Heads is just 2 hours from Sydney and 10km from the historic town of Berry. It is surrounded by river, ocean and Seven Mile Beach National Park, and provides a slow paced holiday experience with flat easy walking and cycling roads and paths, a public swimming pool, playing/sports fields, a choice of two golf courses, a licensed bowling club with a large restaurant, a pub and a number of excellent local vineyards and cafes. Some areas of the river and beach are off leash for dogs.
Please don't smoke inside, but go for it outside as long as you bin your butts.
The fire pit outside is to be used at your own risk.