VICTOR HARBOR STAYZ - VICTOR BEACH HOUSE - Seafront at Victor
SCHOOLIES - $2800 - 7 NIGHTS for up to guests
PEAK SEASON - Xmas School holidays
** Xmas week 7 nights up to 6 guests $2600
Arrive 21/12/18 - depart 28/12/18 ( booked)
** New Year’s week 5 nights up to 6 guests $2250.
Arrive 28/12/18 - depart 2/01/19 ( booked)
Low season 2 nights ok $450 for 2 guests staying for nights + $130 per additional guest staying for 2 nights
** all linen and complimentary departure clean
VICTOR BEACH HOUSE on the seafront offers spacious accommodation for up to 6 guests ( 3 king beds)
Huge windows across the lounge and dining area offer uninterrupted panoramic sea views from Granite Island to The Bluff. Downstairs is the 2nd living area with fabulous seafront views. There are 3 bedrooms each with a King bed, there are 2 bathrooms, the upstairs en suite bathroom has a shower at floor level, the downstairs shower is above the bath. The front balcony is a beautiful spot to start the morning while you sip your coffee and read the newspaper, in the evening you can enjoy drinks with your friends. The spacious rear deck has a large table, quality dining chairs and a BBQ.
VICTOR BEACH HOUSE - self catering townhouse, 1 guest group at a time
Seafront on Franklin Parade, Victor Harbor’s premier seafront location.
Exclusive Franklin Parade Address
Wonderful panoramic sea views from Granite Island to the Bluff.
Spacious 3 bedroom townhouse
Bedroom with a king size bed
En suite bathroom (shower at floor level – separate loo)
Built in robes
Full kitchen with dishwasher, family size fridge & full cooking facilities & electric frying pan
Quality crockery, glass ware and cutlery, pots pans and saucepans
Pantry cupboard with coffee, tea, salt & pepper, sugar, jams & spreads
Open space living and dining area of generous proportions
3 leather couches, to seat 6 guests
Dining table and chairs to seat 6
TV, DVD, CD
Front balcony with drinks table and chairs
Rear deck with Gas BBQ and table to seat 8
Fabulous sea views
2nd living area with comfy couches
2 bedrooms, each with a king size bed
Bunks in one king bedroom suitable for children
- there is no charge for 1 or 2 children when 6 adults are booked to stay
Both bedrooms have built in robes
2nd full Bathroom with bath, the shower is over the bath & loo
WINDOWS: To minimize the glare & reduce the heating and cooling impact on the environment all windows are tinted. If for any reason you need to wash any of the windows on the inside the tinting will be affected if you use anything other than water and soft cloth only please.
Undercover parking for 1 car plus additional off street parking or 2 cars.
Reverse cycle air conditioning
All linen for the bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen is supplied. Please bring your own beach towels.
Hair Dryers, Cleaning products, toilet paper and soap are provided
Large enclosed rear yard .
In the interest of all guests and our precinct residents, South Australian City Coast & Country operates a strict “Zero Tolerance” and “No Party” policy. Noise from any source within the common areas of the building or the apartments or balconies must be kept to a reasonable level and must not disturb other Guests or Residents. Any infringement of these rules will result in immediate eviction from the property without re-imbursment of monies paid.
ABSOLUTE SEAFRONT, panoramic uninterrupted sea views
facilities to rate 4 stars.
Enjoy the small town feel in exclusive Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor's premier seafront location, a rich tapestry of fabulous places to eat, galleries to visit, pristine beaches & endless sea views
Seafront at Victor - VICTOR BEACH HOUSE is situated on Franklin Parade Victor Harbors premier seafront destination offering magnificent uninterrupted sea views.
VICTOR BEACH HOUSE is within easy walking distance of the centre of Victor Harbor and over looks the magnificent Encounter Bay.
Meandering around the bay is the Encounter Bike Way a terrific cycling / walking trail which runs from Encounter Bay to Goolwa following the coast and meandering thru the beautiful seaside towns which make up the Fleurieu Peninsula
Choose how best to spend the day, swim, surf, watch the waves roll in, watch people saunter along the walking trail and on the beach, visiting a winery, or a seaside restaurant for wonderful meals prepared using local produce, go dolphin spotting with Big Duck Tours ( on line bookings are essential to receive 10 % discount for guest staying at VICTOR BEACH HOUSE ) , take the famous horse drawn tram to Granite Island, maybe walk back to the mainland and reward yourself with an ice cream.
You may like to play bowls ( contact the Encounter Bay bowling club where visitors are very welcome)
Fabulous dining at the The Flying Fish , Port Elliot or Eat @ Whalers ( best to book at both places) or play golf on one of the many beautiful golf courses.
Feedback tells us the most popular thing to do at VICTOR BEACH HOUSE is not too much at all,... just let the world meander by while you keep an eye on the waves rolling in and the moochers wandering along the foreshore or on the walking path which runs around the bay.
Small town feel in exclusive Encounter Bay, the best sea views, galleries and craft shops, restaurants and cafes with wow factor
Had a fabulous weekend 'down south'. We had a leisurely drive from Snowtown and called at Alexandrina Cheese Co. on the way through. Arrived In Victor at about 3p.m. Friday and made our way to Victor Beach House. Accommodation and location were fantastic. Thanks so much for the brekky provisions, a lovely and unexpected surprise (good old fashioned country hospitality!). Dropped back into town for a much deserved beer at Anchorage while Sharee went shopping we and headed back to Beach House at about 7.30 for a great curry. Woke up to drizzly rain Saturday morning but headed to markets shortly after breakfast. Had a yarn to a few of the vendors and bought some goodies before walking down to the foreshore via the mall and a number of shopping stops. Had a great schnitty lunch at The Crown and wandered up to Coles to get provisions for an evening barbie. Back to Encounter House to enjoy a few beers, footy, snooze, a couple of 'lazy reds' (Coonawarra Cab Sav) and HEAPS of "how'z the serenity?" through the huge glass windows at the front. Early breakfast on Sunday then a slow drive through to Glacier Rock for a nice coffee and chat with the owner. A beautiful spot that we will definitely visit again. Short-cut through to Parawa and then on to Deep Creek and Raywood Nursery. Can't wait for our grand-daughter to be old enough so I can take her back and search for fairies-what a beautiful spot! Scenic drive and visit at Talisker mine then into Cape Jervis for counter meal at the pub. Steady tour back via Normanville, Yankalilla and Myponga with an obligatory beer tasting at Smiling Samoyed Brewery. Had a quick look at Hindmarsh Falls on way home and a lovely evening meal at Anchorage-cosy,warm facility and relaxed atmosphere. Great sleep and final breakfast before some more shopping and coffee at Nino's before heading to Mount Barker for lunch with our daughter and a cuddle with our 7 week old grand-daughter. So glad that we decided on Encounter House-you'll be hearing from us again. FANTASTIC!