Perfect for a family holiday, with one double bedroom and two single bedrooms.
Comfortable lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning and an open fireplace (wood supplied). Large fully equipped kitchen/eating area, and a family room/study which can also be used for dining. Spacious bathroom with separate toilet.
There is a paved area with BBQ at the rear of the house while the front porch provides a sheltered space to enjoy the late afternoon sun.
Beach House at Middleton provides something a little different - a genuine family beach cottage built by the current owner's father in 1945 and recently renovated to provide a high standard of comfort and amenity whilst retaining its original integrity.
Old fashioned delights to enjoy, especially if the weather is not 'beachy', include a wood fire, an eclectic selection of old books and mother's wonderful classical LP collection.
Parking for 2 vehicles. Minimum stay: 3 nights. Minimum 7 nights in January
Location, location. Beach House at Middleton is perfectly situated to enjoy the best of Albany.
The coastal strip between Middleton Beach and Emu Point offers many attractions easily accessed from the Beach House at Middleton, mostly within walking distance. You can:
* Walk to the beach in less than 5 minutes
* Walk around the corner to Bay Merchants cafe/deli/ and RATS wine bar
* Have a very good chance of seeing whales off the beach or from the Board Walk between July and October
* Play a round of golf at the highly ranked Albany Golf Club
* Play bowls at the Middleton Beach Bowling Club, just one street away
* Enjoy the Eyre Park playground and picnic area, next to the bowling club
* Walk and cycle on the scenic board walk connecting Emu Point, Middleton Beach and the town
* Launch your boat at Emu Point or the town foreshore
* Buy fresh oysters and mussels from the Oyster House at Emu Point
A base to explore Albany and surrounds .Jump in the car to enjoy, explore and experience:
* Easy access to the world class Albany Entertainment Centre (you can be home 10 minutes after the show!)
* Albany's early military and Anzac connections at the National Anzac Centre and The Forts (Mt Adelaide,) and the Desert Mounted Corp Memorial (Mt Clarence)
* Walking trails on the mountains and in the nearby national parks
* Fresh local produce from the Albany Farmers' Market (Saturdays) and the Boat Shed Markets (Sundays)
* Albany's maritime history and whaling heritage
* Great Southern wines - our rieslings are amongst the world's finest!