A lovely renovated 3 bedroom cottage with the beach just at the end of the street. An easy walk or bike ride into town, the house has front and rear decks, carport, garage and an enclosed backyard. A great place to relax. Please BYO Linen.
The house is located at 36 Cuttriss St, Inverloch. The house is a child-friendly no-fuss space with floating floorboards in the main areas and carpet in the bedrooms. The vibe is relaxed and easy (website hidden), DVDs, books, magazines, board games, well equipped kitchen, BBQ, outdoor dining setting & deck umbrella's.
Disponible para huéspedes
You'll have access to the whole house, yard and garage. You're welcome to borrow any beach gear from the garage. Ask us about a late check out :)
Atención a los huéspedes
The house is completely private. You may meet our neighbour Maggie :)
Otros aspectos destacables
BYO Linen (sheets & towels).
All house keys have been provided in the key safe however access to the linen closet is not available at this time. Please lock all doors and windows and return house keys to the key safe when you leave.
All sliding windows are fitted with an additional small clamp lock to enhance security. Please use these when you leave the house to ensure the security of your belongings.
The water meter is located on the front lawn near the neighbour’s side fence. The power meter is located on the exterior house wall under the carport. There is a tap located on the rear wall of the house, as well as an outside power point for the BBQ. Gas is not connected. Please note we don't have a landline at the house.
To use the oven you first need to turn on the oven switch on the wall above the hotplates. The oven is electric.
A microwave oven is located above the fridge.
See the main dials on the washing machine to determine water level, temperature and cycle options. Water will start once you close the lid. Don’t forget to plug it in ;)
Ironing Board & Iron
These are located in the wardrobe cupboard in the back bedroom.
The property is BYO linen. Please BYO sheets, pillow cases, and towels. Tea towels are stored in the kitchen drawer. If you forget your linen we can arrange access to our linen cupboard for a fee, just give us a call.
Clothes may be dried outside on the collapsible clothes line on the back side wall of the house or on drying racks inside the house. Drying racks are stored in the back bedroom wardrobe.
All cleaning equipment is stored either in the kitchen cupboard under the sink, under the laundry trough or in the back bedroom wardrobe
To use the TV please...
1. Click separate input selector to 1 (located behind TV).
2. Turn TV on at the power point then press red button on the universal One for All remote to switch on. Channel and volume selection buttons are located on the remote. Remote controls for TV, DVD, and IPOD port are all located on the side table.
3. Turn on Teac digibox. Press AV button on One for All remote till you reach AV3. This is for TV channels. You will need to manually change TV channels on the digibox because I am a monkey and threw the remote away. Sorry.
4. To watch a DVD. Turn Sony DVD player on. Insert DVD. Shift input selector to 2 (behind TV). Use Sony remote. Keep TV on AV3.
Turn on IPod port at the power point. Place your IPod on the plug-in. Volume and track changes may be made directly on the unit or via remote control.
HEATING & COOLING
Turn Coonara on at the powerpoint. To light the Coonara pile up newspaper and place small twigs inside. Light. Turn fan on using dial at the base of the unit on the right side. To encourage fast burning open the vent by having the vent lever in the down position. Once fire is established you can close the vent for slower burning. Newspaper, kindling and logs are provided next to the Coonara. Extra firewood & kindling is available in the garage. It is safe to leave the Coonara on a low fan setting to burn overnight if you wish.
Three electric heaters are also provided. The two Noirot heaters are the most efficient.
An electric blanket is provided in the main bedroom only. Spare blankets are provided in the back bedroom wardrobe. A spare single doona cover and quilt are located in the 2nd bedroom wardrobe. Two pillows per person have been provided. All pillows and mattresses have been provided with protectors.
An electric BBQ has been provided. This may be plugged in to the external power point on the back wall of the house.
An outdoor setting has been provided on the rear deck. Two deckchairs are also available and stored in the garage. Over winter we store these in the garage but please feel free to use.
Please feel free to read any of the books, magazines or cookbooks provided. Feel free to take them home if you swap for some of yours. I like new books :)
A selection of games have been provided for your entertainment.
We ask guests to respect our property & make every effort to leave the house in the condition in which they found it. Please don't stand on the arms of the couch - they've been broken a few times and I'm sure you don't want to pay for that. Otherwise the house is pretty user friendly. Relax and enjoy yourself. That's a house rule :)
The following is taken from the local shire 'Holiday house management plan'.
The property and its occupants will not cause a nuisance or detriment to the surrounding area. Occupants need to keep noise to a minimum and that any music being played must be reduced to an inaudible level outside the property by 10 pm. A NO EXTREME PARTY POLICY IS IN PLACE. Police and/or nuisance call outs will not be tolerated and will result in immediate removal of the occupants. The name and contact details of the local police station have been distributed to the immediate neighbours.
HI, I'm Jacinta, a wife, mum and part time music therapist. My family and I live in Selby in the Dandenong Ranges, just out of Melbourne. My husband Nic and I have two children, Lamont 4 and Ben 6. We have lived in Selby for over 10 years now and love the hills lifestyle. We're a family of introverts who love pottering around at home, going camping, to markets, the pool and playgrounds. I love reading, cooking, crafting, music, films and playing in the veggie patch.