Our newly renovated house is positioned right on the water at Currambene Creek in Huskisson, and has views into the beautiful Jervis Bay. We sit in a quiet & friendly part of town, yet are within walking distance of the cafes, restaurants and fun activities of the central village.
The Creek House is offered in a style that emulates the way holidays used to be. The space is simple, open-plan, with amazing water frontage and views. There is no television, no wi-fi, no dishwasher, because we want you to truly connect with those you are with. Go for a walk on the bushland paths and boardwalks nearby, visit the Maritime Museum across the way, fish from the front lawn, catch a movie at the quaint Huskisson Picture Theatre just down the road, read a book, play a game, walk to the village and grab a coffee, take a whale or dolphin-watching cruise, dive or snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay, hire a kayak to paddle Currambene Creek, or just sit and watch the water traffic from the comfort of your own loungeroom. The idea is just to enjoy your surroundings and truly unwind.
Single garage, BBQ, outdoor shower, laundry with washing machine, outdoor clothesline, direct access to waterfront.
Interaction with guests
We are available if needed, and always ensure our guests know how to contact us. Our neighbours are also a great source of information, and very willing to share their knowledge of the area should you have any questions.
Other things to note
Beautiful bed linen, bath & beach towels provided. Kitchen stocked with olive oil, spices, salt & pepper, teabags, sugar, and ground coffee.
- Please respect our neighbours, because we do
- The waterfront is not fenced, making it unsuitable for young children
- We will ensure that cleanliness of our house is a priority, so would hope that you leave it in a similar state for the next guests to enjoy
- Take a breath, live the moment, and revel in your surroundings and experiences
From Dec 15, 2017 - Feb 04, 2018 the minimum stay is 4 nights.
We love to travel, and do so in a way that maximizes exposure to, interaction with, and respect of local people, their culture, food and language. We also value true and genuine hospitality, and appreciate just how much it can make or break an experience.