Furnished Ocean View Rental
“... apartment was outstanding. It exceeded all my expectations. It was wonderfully quiet, and sound of waves crashing in the background was therapeutic!...
Thank you, again.
"Wonderful position and spacious apartment in Cronulla
This 1 bedroom apartment was very spacious and beautifully presented. The kitchen was modern and well equipped with oven, cooktop, microwave,dishwasher and large fridge. The modern bathroom included a washing machine. But it was the oulook that was the winner. The balcony provided views over South Cronulla beach and the ocean to the north. Going to bed listening to the waves was great! The car garage made parking easy and it was a short walk to the train station and restaurants.
Review Submitted: 30 Jul 2018 | Date of Stay: July 2018 by Kristine"
"Hi Peter! We absolutely adored the flat, it was divine and the floors amazing, so so shiny, they are what I would like here. We had a fab hol. Cronulla was gorgeous as usual. Shall get that flat next time we come!
Best wishes Carolyn Oct 2018"
Located on The Esplanade overlooking Cronulla Beach and spectacular, world class, surf at Cronulla Point, this top floor, fully self-contained one bedroom apartment, has a dress circle view of Bate Bay, multiple beaches and the Pacific Ocean. Handy to Cronulla's relaxed lifestyle of restaurants, beaches and shops. It has separate lounge and dining areas, open plan kitchen, internal laundry facility with combination washer/dryer, wrap around balcony and single lock up garage with auto door. You can even catch the train to and from the airport or city
1 x queen bed
TV in living room
Alarm radio clock
Linen and towels
Iron and Ironing board
Top floor location, no lift but only up 2 levels from ground.
Rates: from start to vacate.
No Pets allowed.
Things to do while you are here:
Cronulla Cinema, cafes, restaurants and shops are here for your pleasure. Catch the ferry to the sleepy village of Bundeena and its smaller neighbour, Maianbar, unspoilt hideaways that draw many visitors eager to enjoy their timeless charms. Bush-walk through the nation's oldest park - the Royal National Park. Explore Sydney Tram Museum. Visit the Kurnell Peninsula - it was here, in 1770, that Captain James Cook first set foot on Australia, claiming the continent for Britain. There are plenty of attractions under the water for diving or snorkeling fans. Lean To Surf at North Cronulla Beach. All the surf beaches at Cronulla have been dedicated as Australia's 5th National Surf Reserve. The first 4 National Surf Reserves were Bells Beach, Angourie, Crescent Head and Lennox Head. Kayak or SUP (Stand Up Paddle Board) the Port Hacking and Woronora Rivers. With horse riding, ten pin bowling, rock climbing, children's indoor play areas, museums and galleries, Leisure centres, more cinemas and golf courses near by, it is sure to keep you entertained from start to finish.