Blue Moon Cottages - The Sandpiper

Blue Moon Cottages - The Sandpiper, Rye

The Sandpiper is a charming log cabin style cottage ideal for a couple or small family.

Set on an established garden block with two other cottages, it is a completely private fully self-contained cottage. Relax and unwind in the cosy lounge with a closed wood burning fire, the latest flat screen TV or a good book and a glass of wine during winter stays or open the French doors and bathe in the sunny courtyard in summer.

This cottage has one bedroom, one bathroom and can sleep up to 2 people.

  • Bedroom 1 - one queen bed, wall-mounted TV

All linen, towels, toiletries and basic kitchen provisions are supplied.

Walk to everything... only 400 metres to Rye front beach and within walking distance to Rye itself. Take a picnic to the beach or browse the gift shops, eat in the cafes and award winning restaurants or even have a casual drink at the numerous watering holes.

Kids and pets are always welcome. Even though the cottage is cosy and ideal for couples we can easily accommodate pets with a kennel provided if you wish. We are truly pet friendly, we don't charge for your pet as some places do!

There is room for the kids and they can be kept entertained with a box of toys, books, games and DVDs. A portacot and highchair can be supplied at no extra cost. Relax outside and cook dinner on the barbeque, there is an outdoor setting for eating al fresco in the warmer months and enough logs to keep you cosy during winter.

Features: log fire heated bedrooms, air-conditioning, free wireless internet.

Property features:

  • Entire property sleeps 2 people
  • BBQ facilities
  • Laundry facilities
  • Dogs allowed - view details
  • Wi-Fi internet

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Blue Moon Cottages - The Sandpiper

Floor plan

Blue Moon Cottages - Floor plan

Walk 430 metres to the beach

Beach walking map - Blue Moon Cottages - The Sandpiper

Walking directions:

  • West along Blakiston Grove
  • North along Shirlow Avenue
  • Cross Point Nepean Road
  • North through foreshore reserve to beach
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