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Hideaway, The, Penneshaw

The Hideaway is a comfortable, modern and tastefully appointed three bedroom home on the seafront, offering spectacular unrestricted sea views. The house is only metres from the boat ramp at Christmas Cove, close to shops, restaurants, beach, ferry terminal and jetty, yet far enough away for a quiet relaxing escape. Next door you’ll find the Maritime and Folk Museum, and across the road a nine hole golf course, visitor information centre, and a short stroll to the mini golf challenge and tennis courts. We offer a queen size bedroom, a double bedroom and a third bedroom with two single beds which is great for couples, friends holidaying together and just perfect for families. The house has a fenced back garden, lawn in the front garden, undercover parking and is also a good spot to see wildlife like fairy penguins which nest around the house, dolphins, and if you are lucky in June to November you may see a Southern Right Whale.

Accommodation Options


One queen bed, one double bed, two single beds.


Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Driving
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Golfing
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Wildlife

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