Lots of activities, pet friendly and private
Yellow Cottage makes everyone welcome. You have access to the whole 4 acres, and four bedrooms, living areas, kitchen and rustic outdoor dining.
This is a place to get away from it all. The cottage does not have WiFi (although it is available free of charge at the local library and cafes), and no mainstream TV. Games, DVD player and lots of local activities - including fantastic beaches, off-roading and walking trails - make this a relaxing but active stay.
Each bedroom is individually decorated, and there are two Queen rooms and two single rooms to provide privacy for all guests. Linen, towels, toiletries and welcome basket of tea, coffee, salt, pepper, oil, herbs provided.
Contact us for the best prices whether you want a short visit or a longer stay.
Stunning beaches, surfing, diving, Great Barrier Reef
Agnes Water / Town of 1770 is the first landing place of Captain James Cook and his crew in 1770. It is described as "a piece of paradise" and has a wealth of attractions:
- Access to the Great Barrier Reef
- Surrounded by National Parks\
- Beautiful beaches: a surfers' Point Break and a stunningly calm bay
- Boutiques, restaurants and cafes
- Wide range of activities: snorkelling, diving, windsurfing (including lessons), paddle boarding, canoeing, kite surfing, hiking, walking, swimming, fishing and much more ...
- Good amenities: Doctor, dentists, pharmacy, supermarkets, butcher, baker, markets, library, Rural Transaction Centre (government services) and much more ... without losing any of its charm
- Fantastic wildlife, walks and sunsets
RVs and Grey Nomads have a warm welcome
Yellow Cottage is RV friendly. There is a very large, four-bay, high-roofed shed that can accommodate boats, RVs and mobile homes (as well as cars). There is a dump point just down the road dump point is located at the 1770 SES Ground.
Water is available at the showgrounds as well. There is a tap next to the toilet block - you will need a big hose to fill up.
Yellow Cottage is itself a piece of real Australia, with four acres of beautiful acreage featuring magnificent Gum, Paperbark and Strangler Fig trees.
Kangaroos and kookaburras (a relation of the Kingfisher) are just some of the wildlife who call it home. Parts of this charming cottage dates back to the Federation of Australia.
Facilities include a full kitchen inside, and an undercover outside rustic barbecue / outdoor dining area. Mobile phone reception is limited across this whole area. There is no Vodafone coverage at all. An amazing place to turn off the WiFi and just relax in a piece of sub-tropical paradise.