On the Shores of Lake Conjola
Enjoy a special holiday at this house, one of the very few properties available with absolute lake frontage. For skier's beach starts from the shore, children enjoy a very sheltered swimming bay. For fishermen, you can see and hear the fish jumping.
Nature lovers are spoilt for choice surrounded by the pristine Conjola National Park.
The main house has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 4. The main bedroom has one queen bed and the the other bedroom a single bunk. Adjoining the main house is the bunkhouse with two rooms accommodating 6 people. The main room has a queen bed and there is two double bunks in the final bedroom.
The property has a modern fully equipped Kitchen with all facilities, dishwasher, microwave etc. Living area has two large comfortable lounges with TV, DVD & Stereo, for the times when it is too exhausting to be outside.
The house has an extensive tiled deck (with 6 burner BBQ) encompassing expansive views over the lake where you can sit and relax watching the energetic or not so energetic members of your family enjoying your holiday.
Please note the jetty is not part of this property and is therefore not for use.
Minimum 2 night stay $600 (available outside school holidays) Included a late check out at 2pm with no extra charge
Off Peak $1,175 per week
School Holiday $1,320 per week
Easter $1,650 per week (minimum 7 nights)
Christmas holidays $3,150 per week (minimum 7 nights)
BOOKING AGENT- Ray White Surfside Properties Mollymook
Phone : 024455 3331
Please note linen is NOT provided at this property
Air Conditioning, Bath Tub, Boat Parking, CD Player, Drying Room, DVD Player, Ceiling Fans, Gas BBQ, iPod Dock, Laundry, Big Screen TV, Views, Waterfront.
These tariffs are subject to change without notice. Please call our office for availability and current tariff.
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