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1770 Heritage Cottage, Town Of Seventeen Seventy

Perched atop cliffs with spectacular views overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the historic 1770 Heritage Cottage was the first building erected on the headland at 1770.

Reminiscent of seaside holidays from yesteryear, the cottage is totally self-contained with two bedrooms sleeping up to four people. It has a spacious living area with television and video, a well equipped kitchen with oven, microwave and fridge-freezer, and a huge timber deck with ocean views.

Open to refreshing ocean breezes and with an open fire for those cooler winter evenings, this is old fashioned comfort for your relaxed holiday by the sea.

Quiet and far from the maddening crowd, the cottage is the perfect hideaway with dramatic views over the coastline and adjacent National Park, and spectacular cliff-top walks.

The cottage is situated six kilometres from Agnes Water, three kilometres from the Tree Bar and Saltwater Caf restaurant at 1770 and four kilometres from the marina.

Your host Walter Gould has a wealth of local knowledge. Chat with him about the history of your cottage and the best spots for fishing and spectacular walks.

Dogs are welcome.

Accommodation Options

Double Bedroom

Homely room with four poster queens sized bed. French windows which open onto huge timber deck and provide spectacular sea views.

Twin Room

Comfortable, smaller room with two single beds.

Heritage Cottage

Cottage includes the double bedroom, twin room, a spacious living area, television and video, a well equipped kitchen with microwave and refrigerator and a huge timber deck with beautiful ocean views.

Popular Activities

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  • Beach
  • Cruising
  • Fishing
  • National Park
  • Reef
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife

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