Little Colonsay Beach House

The kitchen has an electric oven with a gas stove-top, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a BBQ. As well as the addition of a new bifold door and sliding door, opening from the lounge onto the deck. We have built a new sleepout (similar to what we have up at Gunyah) located behind the house. 

Inside the sleepout we have included an extra LARGE shower (designed for divers to put on their wetsuits) and two new toilets with a double hand basin. In total sleeps 12 - It has 2 queen beds, 1 double bed, and 6 single beds.

The house was built in 1952 for the engineer of the Perano Whaling Station, Mr David Cormick, whom helped to design and build the large, metal, cylinder shaped tanks used for delivering the whale oil to Picton (which are still at the whaling station today). The house is situated a stone’s throw away from the sea, and is in position to have the sun shine onto it throughout the day even through the winter time.

We loved our time at the farm, was very relaxing, awesome views and fishing. The Radons couldn't do enough for you. Thank you for an awesome stay.

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