Accommodation Australia introduces Dune Hideaway in Aldinga Beach, for all your accommodation and travel needs, book your holiday today.If your idea of a great holiday home is being able to stroll to the beach and come home to your own piece of sand dune, then Dune Hideaway may be your perfect place to spend a weekend, or a relaxing week away from the hustle and bustle. Set on 1000 square metres of literally sand and native vegetation, Dune Hideaway is a piece of quiet, coastal paradise that is perfect for families, couples or groups of friends. Just 30 minutes drive from Flinders Uni, via the Southern Expressway, Dune Hideaway is located at the very quiet, country end of Aldinga Beach, near Silver Sands. On a dirt road, with the beach at one end of the street, and the Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park at the other end, you could think you were much further from Adelaide. With the McLaren Vale wine region and the Fleurieu Coast on your doorstep, however, there are plenty of great places to explore if you want. Or, just put your feet up in a hammock, or around the cosy fire in Winter with a local wine and goodies collected at the Willunga Markets, and you wouldn't have to leave the house. There's so many ways to enjoy Dune Hideaway. There are two bedrooms with plenty of options for sleeping (Queen Bed, plus double bed with single bunk above it, double sofa bed in the lounge, a double mattress to pull out in the second bedroom etc). It is ideal for a family of 3 to 5 but we have happily had two families with kids enjoy the space. Comfort is a priority and there are 4 sofas inside the house (one in the main bedroom) because we think you can never have too many! Afterall, people want to put their feet up on holiday. The ducted evaporative air-conditioning keeps the house cool in Summer and there is a combustion wood fire for cosy Winter days. Visit our website for more info. Very reasonable rates from $125/night (minimum of two nights). Find us on facebook here: www.facebook.com/dunehideaway
Dune Hideaway has found some interesting facts about Australia that may surprise you. The Australian Alps get more snow than the Swiss Alps. 90 percent of Australians live on the coast. Tasmania has the cleanest air in the world. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest eco system in the world. Australia has over 60 separate wine regions.
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