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Nautical Retreat, Moonta Bay

Nautical Retreat is a superbly located fully self contained three bedroom cottage at Moonta Bay on the Yorke Peninsula. Retreat in the country style pine kitchen and dining area or simply relax with a wine or a beer and barbecue in the outdoor living area of the grapevines patio. Cottage sleeps eight and includes, air conditioning, television, DVD, washing machine and off street parking. Take an easy stroll to the beautiful sandy beaches, jetty with swimming enclosure, beachside restaurants and deli. Visit historical Moonta, browse the antique shops and have a traditional Cornish pasty. Whether you are a keen fisherperson and launch your boat at popular Port Hughes only fives minutes away or you only want a break in a home away from home by the sea. I am sure Nautical Retreat is just what you are looking for.

Pet friendly conditions apply.

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One queen size bed, one single bed, bunk beds and trundle bed.


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