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Saintys Creek Cottage

Saintys Creek Cottage: aerial view of Saintys Creek Cottage's forest and creek.
Saintys Creek Cottage: view of creek from bridge.
Saintys Creek Cottage: front elevation and deck.
Saintys Creek Cottage: lounge area and bush views.
Saintys Creek Cottage: Guests kayaking in Saintys Creek.
Saintys Creek Cottage: drone shot of Saintys Creek Cottage's private bush-land.
Saintys Creek Cottage: open plan living.
Saintys Creek Cottage: bedroom.
Saintys Creek Cottage: beautiful landscape looking over the Cloudy Bay Lagoon.
Saintys Creek Cottage: aerial view of Saintys Creek that runs through the property.
Saintys Creek is a tranquil and beautiful body of water flowing through centuries-old forest and dispersing into the serene Cloudy Bay Lagoon on South Bruny Island. Saintys Creek Cottage is located on a secluded bush block, a short walk from the creek, and a million miles from the stresses of modern life. From the outside, this beautiful timber cottage looks like it may have once housed early settlers, but inside, it is timber-lined, warm and welcoming. The large living and dining space has an open fire coupled with electric heating and a clean trouble-free kitchen with comfortable furniture. Double glass doors open up to the large outdoor living deck with a step down to the attractive grassed garden area below—at dawn or dusk, you will often share the space with one of Bruny Island’s unique White Wallabies; 'regular visitors to this garden'. Sitting outside enjoying the serenity of forest life with a nice bottle of wine accompanied by exquisite local cheeses and engaging with the stunning bush surroundings is a typically mesmerising Saintys Creek Cottage experience.

Barbeque

Carpark

Family Friendly

Non Smoking

Open Fireplace

Outdoor Dining Area

Outdoor Furniture

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