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Bundeena Hideaway

SuperhostBundeena, New South Wales, Australia
Entire house hosted by Marlena
4 guests2 bedrooms2 beds2 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the house to yourself.
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16 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
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Suits 1 or 2 couples. Lwr level (self -cont) house app. 35 mtrs to Beautiful Hordern beach or 50 sec walk. Nearby bush & coastal walks, bird or whale watching (May-Sept), swimming, fishing, hire a kayak or SUP. 500 mtrs to Cronulla/Bundeena Ferry (25 mins each way), arts and crafts. Relax on the beach or outside with a drink and & listen to the sound of breaking waves. Visiting King Parrots, Rainbow Lorikeets and Kookaburras. House is surrounded by trees and is difficult to see from the road.

The space
Perfect for a couple or 2 couples who love the beach or bush or coastal walks or just want to relax and unwind. Walk through the camping grounds (1.5km) to the basin to swim or snorkel or just paddle a craft or check out or photograph the birdlife, over 330 different species throughout the Royal National Park (more than Kakadu). At least 45 -50 different kinds at Bonnie Vale and the Basin.

Guest access
Wifi available if required. TV, DVD. Only 500 metres to local bowling club or 700 metres to new C.S.C (Community Services Club, with stunning water views of Port Jackson) for meals or a drink. Local shops (500 metres) include an I.G.A. and 5 cafes for that caffeine hit and Charlie's Gelato Factory. Hire kayaks or paddle boards locally at Bonnie Vale picnic grounds (1 km walk) or at Audley (20 mins drive).

Other things to note
Lower level consists of 2 double bedrooms, (one with ensuite), kitchenette, main bathroom with front loading washing machine, dining and living area, and generous al fresco area for dining or relaxing. On Street parking. Please ensure you park facing the direction of travel as rangers are known to patrol in peak season. House is fitted with insect screens on doors and windows and if the doors or windows are open the screens need to be in operation. Price is according to location, proximity of beach, size and standard of accomodation yet well below recommended market value. Old, unrenovated, fibro houses on the beach are $310 upwards per night. Bundeena Hideaway is the third house back from Hordens beach in a perfect location for privacy.
Suits 1 or 2 couples. Lwr level (self -cont) house app. 35 mtrs to Beautiful Hordern beach or 50 sec walk. Nearby bush & coastal walks, bird or whale watching (May-Sept), swimming, fishing, hire a kayak or SUP. 500 mtrs to Cronulla/Bundeena Ferry (25 mins each way), arts and crafts. Relax on the beach or outside with a drink and & listen to the sound of breaking waves. Visiting King Parrots, Rainbow Lorikeets and Kookaburras. House is surrounded by trees and is difficult to see from the road.

The space
Perfect for a couple or 2 couples who love the beach or bush or coastal walks or just want to relax and unwind. Walk through the camping grounds (1.5km) to the basin to swim or snorkel or just paddle a craft or check out or photograph the birdlife, over 330 different species throughout the Royal National Park (more than Kakadu). At least 45 -50 different kinds at Bonnie Vale and the Basin.

Guest access
Wifi available if required. TV, DVD. Only 500 metres to local bowling club or 700 metres to new C.S.C (Community Services Club, with stunning water views of Port Jackson) for meals or a drink. Local shops (500 metres) include an I.G.A. and 5 cafes for that caffeine hit and Charlie's Gelato Fact…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Indoor fireplace
Kitchen
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Dryer
Hangers
Washing machine
Essentials
TV

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Bundeena, New South Wales, Australia

Quiet neighbourhood, birdlife is abundant. Kookaburras, magpies, King Parrots, Lorikeets and Tawny Frogmouths. Walk 1 km to 1.5 km to the Basin and see Spoonbills, Egrets, Comorants, Variegated Fairy Wrens, Wood ducks, Chestnut Teal ducks, Masked Lapwings herons both white headed and rufous night, , Olive-backed Orioles, Channel-billed Cuckoos (from P.N.G) and others.
Quiet neighbourhood, birdlife is abundant. Kookaburras, magpies, King Parrots, Lorikeets and Tawny Frogmouths. Walk 1 km to 1.5 km to the Basin and see Spoonbills, Egrets, Comorants, Variegated Fairy Wrens, Wo…

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Hosted by Marlena

Joined in March 2018
  • 80 Reviews
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An avid nature, bush and coastal walker I love living in Bundeena because it provides flora and fauna, and the best of the bush and coast. I thrill to see an echidna on the bush or coastal walk, Wallabies and deer are more common. I love sharing my knowledge of how to get the most out of your walks including the best times and places to see the whale migration along our coast. As a host I want to ensure you have the best holiday you can so when booking if you email me a little about yourself I will do my best to ensure your stay is hassle free. One of the things I need to know is if you are a hiker, how far do you prefer to walk and if you need a drop off in the morning for longer walks. If you prefer kayaking and paddle boarding that is just a matter of pointing you in the right direction. My aim is to ensure your stay is memorable in the most positive way ever. I see life as an adventure and am grateful for so many blessings. On the east coast, Humpback and southern right whales tend to migrate between Cape Byron and Antarctica, but have been seen as far north as Hervey Bay, Queensland. You can also see southern right whales migrating during May to November along the NSW coastline June and July are whale migration peak times passing the R.N.P.
An avid nature, bush and coastal walker I love living in Bundeena because it provides flora and fauna, and the best of the bush and coast. I thrill to see an echidna on the bush or…
During your stay
Host lives in the separate, fully self contained upper level (with private, separate entrance) and if required will drive bush walkers or coastal walkers to a designated drop off point. For example will drop off at Wattamolla for the 10 km (3 hr) walk back to Bundeena. Please let host know if you would like to be dropped off at Wattamolla.
Host lives in the separate, fully self contained upper level (with private, separate entrance) and if required will drive bush walkers or coastal walkers to a designated drop off…
Marlena is a Superhost
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House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 pm
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $541