Adriana, 4/83 Ronald Avenue - open plan living with backyard
- From: $150 per night
- 6 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Ground floor apartment with views over the tranquil bushland setting with the National Park which is flull of birds and native animals right at your back door!
This ground floor apartment gives you the best of both worlds, there are a couple of steps from the carpark to the front door, once inside you are on the ground level which takes you straight out onto your own backyard , perfect for children who want a bit a room to run and play. The bonus of having a bath and your own internal laundry whilst on holidays is a must for when you have children.
Adriana is nestled in a tranquil bushland setting with direct access to the National Park where you’ll see all the bird life and native animals right at your back door.
4 Adriana is also within walking distance to surf beaches, Shoal Bay beach, shops and just a short drive to Nelson Bay and Salamander. Your own backyard with retaining wall fencing gives you somewhere to relax, cook up a BBQ and watch the kids play.
Sheets and towels are not provided at the property, you have the option to either hire or bring these with you, no pets and no party policy in place.
Bedroom 1 – Queen Bed
Bedroom 2 – Queen Bed + Single Bunk
Inclusions – Digital Television, DVD, stereo, microwave, washing machine, BBQ
- Air Conditioning
- Bath Tub
- CD Player
- Ceiling Fans
- Dining Room
- DVD Player
- Lounge Room
- Microwave Oven
- Queen Bed x 1
- Queen Bed x 1
- Bunk Bed x 1
Good holiday apartment.Shirley
An easy place to stay for a week, as long as you don't mind the climb up the hill. Well appointed kitchen and very comfortable bed. Only problem with in winter is lack of sun. It's quite cold.
Peaceful... But hot water issuesSel
Peaceful holiday apartment looking onto the bushland. Clean and we'll equipped kitchen. There was one main downside to our stay. No immediate hot water. After some looking around we eventually found the hot water switch. There should really be a sign in the apartment to say that you need to turn on the hot water. Also there were only two of us staying there and we ran out of hot water several times. There would definitely not be enough hot water to accommodate full occupancy of 6 people.