Beachfront Zilzie Holiday Home and Cottage

Zilzie, Livingstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$180

Beachfront Zilzie Holiday Home and Cottage features a two bedroom house and a one bedroom cottage. It is very quiet, down a private lane with relaxation areas. The houses are surrounded with coconut and pandanus palms and is very tropical. The property has beach frontage, and is beautifully maintained.

Pet friendly with dog friendly beach. The area is 45 kilometres from Rockhampton, 20 kilometres south of Yeppoon near Emu Park.

The Holiday House sleeps up to six people with open-style living, large ceiling fans throughout and air-conditioning. It has two bedrooms. One has two single beds the main bedroom has a king size bed, both have built-ins wardrobes. The upstairs mezzanine level (accessible by ladder) has a double sofa couch. Luxury accommodation on a budget.

The Beachfront Cottage has lots to offer it is absolute beachfront. The Cottage is ideal for a couple with its lovely comfortable King Bed and en suite. Fabulous 60-inch television and a pull out double sofa for your guests. The modern kitchen has a large oven/stove dishwasher. Nothing has been missed in this lovely Cottage, with it's original 100 year old look combined with modern living.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
1 Sandy lane
Zilzie, Livingstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

Holiday Cottage

The Cottage has one bedroom with a king size bed and ensuite. The Cottage has a large lounge with 60-inch television. There is a wonderful large balcony with outdoor furniture and convenient barbecue. The large modern kitchen includes everything you'll need.

The Holiday Home has two bedrooms with large patio caters for six guests. The main bedroom features a king size bed and built-in wardrobes. The second bedroom features two single beds and built-in wardrobes. The mezzanine level (accessible by ladder) has a double sofa couch.

There is a vanity and toilet upstairs and downstairs features a full bathroom with bath and toilet.

There is a large living area.

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