The Sky House
Step out of the ordinary world and into The Sky House for the perfect South Australian weekend getaway. This rammed-earth villa is located on the highest point of the property with sweeping views of the rugged coastline as far as the eye can see and on to the beach below. The slow combustion fireplace, the huge Villeroy & Boch bathtub, the internal floor heating under the bedroom/bathroom (subject to seasonality) and the complete solitude keep temperatures high all year round, crowning this house the ultimate honeymooners’ delight.
Configuration: Sleeps maximum of two guests in luxury! – 1 x King bed with en suite. Luxury beach house, honeymoon accommodation South Australia.
The Sky House Gallery
One booking per house – individual houses are not shared with other guests.
Minimum 2 x night’s stay per house.
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Facilities & Features
- Outdoor private courtyard
- CD and record player (pull out your old vinyl favourites) and broadband internet access
- Powerful telescope for some of the best star gazing free from city lights
- TV with DVD player
- Combustion fireplace and auxiliary heating/cooling
- Kitchen cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery for when you feel creative
- Drinking rainwater
- Espresso machine
- Iron and ironing board, hairdryer
- Board games by the fire for those cooler days
Kangaroo Island is located 16km off the coast of South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula (Cape Jervis – which is 80kms from South Australia’s capital city and gateway, Adelaide). Kangaroo Island is best accessed by scheduled air services with Regional Express or Air South, direct from Adelaide (20 minute flight) or by ferry from Cape Jervis (for those with their own vehicle). Cars are available for hire from the Kingscote Airport or through Hertz or Budget.
Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third larges island with over 32% of the island preserved as National or Conservation Parkland.
The island’s diverse landscapes provide habitation for sea lions, fur seals, endemic kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, echidnas, platypus, goannas, 243 separate bird species (many rare or endangered), possums, bandicoots, seahorses and even a pod of resident dolphins.
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