Darryl Kerrigan proclaimed in the classic Australian film The Castle, "How's the serenity?", and there is no better way to describe the experience of staying at The Palms, Erowal Bay.
The backyard and deck take center stage, allowing visitors to connect with the tranquility and peacefulness the South Coast has to offer.
There is an expansive deck surrounded by tall palm trees, with sun lounges and a day bed looking over a vast garden. Guests can gather around the large outdoor table, with seating for ten, and enjoy a BBQ under the bright evening stars.
The manicured lawn is perfect for energetic kids or pets, and the secret garden at the end is ideal for young and old to explore. Australia’s native birds can be heard as you wake, and Erowal Bay’s colony of Kangaroos are ever present in the front yard, making their way down to the lake just two minutes away, perfect for any watercraft.
In Winter enjoy the wood fire, plus gas heating and curl up with a book or a good movie on the huge lounge.
The Palms is close to the beautiful beaches of Jervis Bay, including the whitest sands in the world of Hyams Beach. The area is renowned for dolphin sightings and whale watching, and the nearby National Park brings visitors into the heart of outdoor life.
The Palms is a four bedroom house that can sleep up to 9. Three queen Bedrooms, and a fourth bedroom with a double bunk, plus two single beds. Two Bathrooms (one en-suite).
Note no schoolies booking taken - sorry.
Just 2.5 hours from Sydney. A quite village on the shores of St. George Basin. Just 4 Km's from Hyams Beach which is great for swimming or chilling on the beach. Or there is one of the most beautiful walks along Jervis Bay... and if you're early you can catch a sight of the dolphins. There is a great general store within walking distance for all those last minute things. Good public boat ramp less than 600 meters from the house.
WHAT TO DO
The Palms is perfect for those wishing to spend some time on or near the water. Situated on St George's Basin, and close to beaches such as Hyams, Caves, Murrays and Greenpatch. Kayaking, boating, water skiing, fishing, snorkeling, diving, swimming and surfing.
Great bush walks surround the area, including those in the National Park. There is a fantastic esplanade walk from Huskisson to Vincentia, which takes in views of the water.
Restaurants and cafe's close by, including the recently renovated Husky Pub, Thai, Indian, Mexican, Italian and good-old Fish n' Chips.
You can catch a movie at Huskinson or choose from one of the many DVDs at the house. Alternatively, you can spend some quality time at the house, playing a game of badminton or soccer on the grass.
The Markets are on frequently, and there are many boutiques in Huskinson offering a range of home-wares and clothing.
Why not see the Whales / Dolphins - We can offer 15% off a Cruise!
Free Wi Fi
RATES:-Pricing is subject to change, and a minimum stay period and other conditions may apply. You should confirm pricing with the property owner.
Note long weekends Minimum of 3 Nights (Easter 4 Nights)
Christmas Holidays 7 Nights Friday .
Note Sheets / Towels are $20 Extra per bed per stay.