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B&B On The Beach, Whyalla

B & B On The Beach is a 4 star self-contained cottage located just 200 metres from the beach. This private self-contained cottage has been exclusively renovated with quality fittings, is set in a spacious well-maintained garden and is located in a prime location for visitors. The cottage has two bedrooms (One queens size bed and two single beds with all linen supplied), a well equipped kitchen with full cooking facilities and dishwasher, lounge with TV, DVD/video, dining room, fireplace, stocked laundry, bathroom with shower and bath, reverse cycle air conditioning, telephone with local call access included in costs and a BBQ and/or cot on request. A continental breakfast is available. There is safe off street parking with space for cars, boat/trailer and pets are welcome – outdoors only.

Relax, enjoy the tranquil beach walks, sea views and the peaceful Ada Ryan Gardens. B & B On The Beach is strategically located near a quality restaurant for lunch, dinner and afternoon coffee breaks. Ideal for business, couples, small families and honeymooners.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed and two single beds.


Popular Activities

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  • Fishing - Beach
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing

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