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Alma Cottage, Port Vincent

Alma Cottage is a solid residence located only one block off the beach and set on a large block overlooking the sweeping bay of Port Vincent. The kitchen is complete with microwave, full size oven, refrigerator and many more items for your comfort. There is a double bedroom where you can enjoy the bay view or watch the stars through the extra large windows while lying in bed.

The other bedroom has two single beds, a pair of bunk beds plus a trundle bed. Pillows and quilts are supplied, all you need is your linen. In the kitchen/living room as well as a colour television and DVD player, there is a sofa which doubles as another spare single bed. There is a separate shower room, toilet and laundry room with a twin tub washing machine and ironing board. Alma Cottage has wall to wall carpet throughout and a lock up garage for your vehicle or boat. Make time to relax on the balcony soaking up the views of the Gulf of St Vincent. For the more energetic it is an easy walk to the tennis courts or bowling green. Why not wander down to the wharf and cast a line or just follow the walking trail. If preferred just relax.

Accommodation Options


One double bed, two singles and one bunk bed.

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