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Nautical Myall Is A Unique Holiday Accommodation in Tea Gardens


Nautical Myall Tea Gardens

Imagine yourself holidaying in a Mid-North Coast paradise, in one-of-a-kind accommodation that you'll be talking about for years. Welcome to "Nautical Myall", a home that has taken years of patience and imagination to create showcasing the owner's love of the ocean and boating.



Set in a tropical paradise garden, this home showcases unique nautical memorabilia and handcrafted furniture. You would be forgiven for thinking you were entering a miniature marine museum; there are many interesting nautical pieces to investigate.


The gallery below showcases the living room and the kitchen.



Before entering the property, you will notice the theme of nautical collectibles, including shipping ropes hanging from tree branches and buoys. The entrance also entices garden lovers to explore the exotic plants, including ferns, tropical flowers and elkhorns.


On entering the home, you are drawn immediately to the timber and marine memorabilia; your eyes will not know where to look first, from a boat hanging from the ceiling to a model ship in a glass case.



As well as recycled timber, there is education to be had by staying at Nautical Myall. Cabinets showcase numerous artifacts of marine life, shipping, and the Myall Lakes.


The kitchen is a large open plan with a dining area and has everything you need, including a Nespresso coffee pod machine to make your stay memorable. The dining table seats six people.


The living area is spacious with luxurious leather seating, a smart TV, WiFi, and air-conditioning, all incorporated into a memorabilia and design masterpiece that looks out onto a tropical garden with hidden places to explore.



The main bedroom has a handcrafted king bed, a sitting area, a smart TV and air conditioning. It looks out to the tropical garden, which also ensures privacy.


A second bedroom is a fully self-contained studio with a queen bed, kitchenette, shower, and toilet, and it also has a beautiful private courtyard.



There are three bathroom areas, including a unique shower and a sizable claw-foot bathtub in the outside bathroom.



It feels like you are in a tropical resort in this secluded garden. You may take in various garden views in four separate seating locations. They are all connected by a boardwalk that takes you on a short journey exploring the secret spaces. Enjoy a BBQ, and chill with a drink on the daybed, which is a boat.



Take a seat in the sunshine, unwind, and take some Port Stephens heritage into your experience.

This property is something to be experienced; believe me, I've seen it many times. It is stunning, and there is something new to discover every time I've visited.


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There are plenty of things to do in the Tea Gardens area - if you ever decide to leave the property that is! You may visit the Myall Lakes National Park, take a kayak on the lake, explore the sand dunes at Dark Point, swim at one of the two beaches in Hawks Nest and stroll along the mariner.


Nautical Myall is close to the shops, the hotel and restaurants in Tea Gardens.


 

All bookings are strictly subject to Hawks Nest First National Real Estate Terms & Conditions.


The property is not suitable for children. Smoking is not permitted in the property. Pets are not permitted on this property.


Schoolies, bucks or hen groups are not suitable for this property. Strict No Party policy.


To make an inquiry please contact Hawks Nest Holidays.




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