A quiet, charming, simple & relaxing - casual 3 bedroom coastal cottage.
Scenic surroundings with expansive water views over lake, beach, sandbar and ocean.
Living & dining area opens onto large entertainment deck. An easy stroll to Smiths Lake waterfront and short drive to a selection of superb beaches. Private and set back from the road - a place to escape and be nourished by nature.
3 X BEDROOMS: 2 double bedrooms with queen size beds - main one with superb water views and reverse cycle A/C. Plus one bedroom with a tri-bunk (1 x double and 1 x single).
KITCHEN: Open plan kitchen with breakfast bar. Fully equipped and includes microwave and dishwasher.
LIVING: Open plan lounge/dining and opens onto sea view deck. Wood fire burner for cozy wintery holidays. Includes all mod cons; large flat screen TV, DVD, Video and CD, iPod/ iPhone docker and free wifi.
DECK: Large entertainment deck with spectacular lake, beach & ocean views - gas barbecue - enjoy relaxing sunny breakfasts and dinners under the stars with a vino and freshly caught local seafood.
SUN-ROOM: Small sun-room/kids den off the living area is perfect as a study or for playing computer games. Includes and an additional small TV and DVD player.
BATHROOMS: Newly renovated main bathroom, with WC. Under-floor heating for winter with separate shower and bath. 2nd. WC - combined with laundry with washing machine & dryer.
PHONE: Not provided, however Telstra reception is excellent for both mobile and mobile broadband.
INTERNET: Free Wifi available.
PARKING: Off road parking - but not undercover.
Accommodation at Seaward
Stroll down to the waterfront, or 2 min. by car - for a swim, fishing, or a coffee. Smiths Lakes a large, beautiful lake - perfect for safe swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, catamarans, boating or fishing.
BEACHES CLOSE BY:
SANDBAR (or CELLITO) BEACH: Just a short drive away, and entered by walking through a rainforest - or a short hop across the lake by water - for a swim, a fish or a picnic. It's a stunning beach - great for swimming, surfing, fishing, and long beach walks.
BLUEYS and BOOMERANG BEACHES: A few minutes drive further north, are 2 popular, surfing, swimming and fishing beaches.
ELIZABETH BEACH: A safe family beach - for swimming & fishing.
SEAL ROCKS: is an easy drive to the south - and has a number of beaches - providing great surfing and fishing beaches, plus excellent for diving & sea kayaking - magnificent views from the lighthouse.
ON THE WATER:
Apart from Smiths Lake, there are many other nearby lakes and waterways providing excellent fishing, boating, windsurfing and kayaking. Prawning is very popular when in season.
The area features many National Parks and sub-tropical rainforests with bush and coastal walking trails.
Golfers have the choice of 2 nine hole golf courses nearby- at Sandbar and Shallow Creek - and three 18 hole courses at Tuncurry, Forster and Tallwoods (all within an easy drive )
There are 2 local clubs, a couple of restaurants and coffee shops within minutes of Smiths Lake and the Palms beaches. Both Smith Lake and & Blueys Beach have takeaway. In Forster, 20 minutes north, there are a number of clubs, a variety of restaurants. Or you can share your fresh caught fish & chips with the seagulls on the Co-Op wharf at Tuncurry.
Close to Seaward
The famous ‘Froffy Coffee’ restaurant/boatshed is great for that early morning breakfast and lunch. Situated, on top of the water in a boat shed next to a beautiful beach for children to play. Under 5 minute walk from Seaward. PS – You can also hire canoes, kayak, sailing & fishing boats.
Seal Rocks - Famous national parks, beaches and beautiful walk to the lighthouse.
Bluey Beach – Next beaches, located 7 minutes from Seaward, Boomerang & Elizabeth beach. The best and most beautiful is the famous Sand bar/Celeto beach seen from the house and which you can take four wheel drives along the beach.
Smith Lakes – Great from swimming boating and fishing.
Myall and Wallace Lakes which take you all the way from Seaward to Forster via water.
In short Seaward is surrounded by 3 magnificent lake systems thus the area known as ‘The Great Lakes District’.