Eastcliff Cottage is a heritage listed, limestone building only 400m from the main shopping village of Sorrento. The 4.5 star property is now available for holiday rental and short stay accommodation. The whole house is at your disposal, with modern kitchen (and laundry) amenities, but the traditional wood stove still resides in the old chimney along with the antique dresser, giving you that old-world feel whilst you prepare the meal. There are three luxury bedroom suites, two queen and a spacious king suite that can be converted into twin share king single beds and can double as the family room. The property features Victorian fireplaces, exquisite end-suites with double spa baths, plus individual lounge and dining areas within each suite.
The accommodation consists of the George Morce King Suite, Sir Henry Queen Suite, the Lord Coppin Queen Suite, plus a full kitchen, dining area (eight seater table), barbecue area with outdoor dining, a second outdoor area in the Rose Garden and a laundry with washing machine and dryer. Each room has its own webpage so you can decide where you want to sleep and enjoy your luxury holiday in this stunning home.
Prices are per night stay. Minimum stay off season is two nights. Peak season and school holidays minimum is five nights. Fresh linen provided. Bakery and pastries delivered fresh for holiday stays for an additional charge.
Luxury Suite - Geroge Morce King Suite
Individual spacious lounge and dining area, fully air conditioned, with Victorian open gas log fire, Foxtel, flat screen television, DVD player, CD player, fridge, tea and coffee, ensuite-double spa bath. Full breakfasts served in Dining Room or to your suite, or in the cottage garden, weather permitting.
Queen Suites - Lord Coppin Suite and Sir Henry Suite
Luxury Suites with queen bed, fully air conditioned, ensuite with double spa bath, lounge, dining area, gas log fireplace, Foxtel, television and DVD/CD player. Microwave, coffee and tea making facilities available.
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