About this listing
Nautilus 1 is remote, chic and self-contained. Comfortably furnished the interior presents an elegant coastal ambience with stunning views across a breathtaking bay to Mt Killiecrankie with the beach and foreshore just a stones throw away.
1 bedroom with queen sized bed
Bathroom with laundry
Modern well equipped kitchen including a barista quality coffee machine with it's own grinder
Open plan living and dining area
Lounge - Air conditioner, satellite TV, stereo/CD/MP3 player with I-Pod dock, books and games
Kitchen - Fully equipped
Bedroom - Electric blanket
Bathroom/Laundry - Hairdryer, Iron/Ironing board
Other - Local phone landline for emergency use, outdoor furniture, no smokers or pets, not suitable for children
Ramp to entrance decking
All rooms are on the one level
Walk in shower
Swimming, snorkelling, fishing, beach walking, bushwalking both easy and more adventurous, picnics, fossicking for Killiecrankie diamonds, solitude, native animals, bird watching, relaxing
Guests have access to the whole of Nautilus 1.
Interaction with guests
The owners, Helen and Ian, may be staying on the property, in Nautilus 2. If not they will be available by phone to help during your stay.
Killiecrankie is a stunning location with bay, beach and mountains. Nautilus 1 is located on the south side of the bay with a northerly aspect enjoying uninterrupted panoramic views. It is a place to relax, explore and just enjoy being there.
Guests will need to arrange to hire a car as there is no public transport on Flinders Island
Other things to note
The property, with absolute water frontage, is located at the end of Armstrong Ave in the picturesque village of Killiecrankie a 40 minute drive north from the main town of Whitemark.
Before driving up to Killiecrankie you will need to buy all your provisions in Whitemark. Unless your flight is delayed there is generally enough time to pick up your hire car and drive from the airport to Whitemark before the shops close at 5:30pm.
In Whitemark you will find:
•Walkers Supermarket. The service station is in the forecourt.
•A butcher - Flinders Island Meat
•The Interstate Hotel for beer, wine and spirits as well as great pub meals
•Bowmans General Store for newspapers, magazines, clothing, gifts and pretty much anything you might need that you might have forgotten to bring
•Flinders Island Bakery Cafe
There are also some speciality shops to explore but the above are the main ones for your provisions.
There is no petrol available north of Whitemark and no shops.
A bond is not required. However guests are required to meet the cost of any damage beyond fair wear and tear as well as the cost of excessive cleaning.
I am married to Helen. Between us we have 5 children and 7 grandchildren. We spend time living both in Hobart and on Flinders Island in a house we built recently and is available for rent.