Just metres from Dunsborough's best beach, you will love the convenience of having this beautiful area on your back doorstep, walk across the road to the stunning turquoise waters of Quindalup Beach. Dunsborough's exciting cafes, bars, boutiques & restaurants are a few minutes walk or cycle away either via the tree lined streets of Old Dunsborough or along the breathtaking foreshore.Guest access
The home is well designed to accommodate two families, with the living area upstairs, and seating on the balcony, read while the kids watch a movie. This home is designed to allow the morning and evening light, and to capture the cool evening breezes, with air conditioning and heating throughout. A fully equipped kitchen, compliments the space & comfortable sitting areas with easy access to the outdoor spaces to sit or where you can barbecue in amongst the peppi trees. Each living space has couches you can sink into and TVs with Netflix connected.
The property offers two king bedrooms and a third with two single beds all prepared with crisp linens. The master bedroom looks out over the open area to outside with private ensuite access, fitted with a spa bath, located on the second level.
Guests have use of the Whitesands Beach Villas grounds for a game of cricket or lawn bowls and can park their boat in the spare spaces. There is plenty of room for your boat, bikes, canoes and stretching. Family or group of friends, this is a great place to come and enjoy some time away.
Guests have exclusive use of Villa 3 with separate parking at the Villa that can easily accommodate four cars off street.Additional notes
We put a huge effort in to ensure our space is clean & fresh, laundered linens and full detailed clean each time to give you peace of mind.Guest interaction
The villa is 950m to the Quindalup boat ramp, also where the Whale Watching tours leave from.
Not suitable for school and university leavers.
The property is 2.9km from the town centre of Dunsborough.
We are based locally and can meet if required, we are available by phone and email.Neighborhood overview
Over the road from Geographe Bay, local boat ramps, and easy access to the unique Margaret River food and wine region. The area boasts of local produce, boutique wine and beer, local artisans and artists and many natural attractions and experiences.Getting around
Some of note are fishing during the salmon season over Easter, watching the whale migrations, surfing the many surf breaks, riding through Meelup reserve. For the foodies breakfast & coffee at Merchant & Maker or Goanna Gallery or just coffee at Silver Bullet Espresso down at the Old Dunsborough boat ramp, lunch at Wild Hop Brewery or Eagle Bay Brewery and dinner at Burgertron, Bayside Burger Bar or Yarri Restaurant depending on what you are feeling.
Lots of flexibility having your own car, there are many options for bus tours, but local riding options are well worth trying out.