We live on a magic spot in a Beach House Peter has built. The house & property is energy balanced & harmonized according to Geomantic & Feng Shui principles.
Imagine yourself sitting on the deck on the same level with the birds in the trees...watching the ocean...feeling the sea breeze...listening to the sound of the waves.
Living in walking distance from Port Willunga Beach you can explore a stunning coast line, occasionally see dolphins & seals, engage in surfing, sea kayaking, stand up paddling, snorkelling near a historical ship wreck or simply enjoy the beauty of nature.
AVAILABLE ROOMS: The cosy Garden House (AC) - suitable for 2 guests.
You have your privacy & your own bathroom. free Wi-Fi on request
EMF sensitive guests can turn the power off completely overnight.
(Sorry, our facilities are not suitable for children or pets)
Bed sheets and towels are made from organic cotton.
We only use earth friendly cleaning products, most of which are home made.
Your Artisan Breakfast will be served on the deck with ocean view.
ON REQUEST - socialising over Dinner with us.
All meals organic - optional gluten free, vegan, refined sugar free
lovingly prepared by Christina.
We have the best of both worlds. The Fleurieu Peninsula is surrounded by the Southern Ocean, rolling hills and ancient fairy tale forests just 50 km south of Adelaide.
Driving on the Peninsula with its extraordinary scenery is an unforgettable experience.
We live in a wine growing area, have some of the best local food & wine producers in the world. Going on a tasting tour is very popular.
Hiking on the Heysen Trail is highly recommended.
You can visit our Green Light Organic Market in Willunga where you can sit amongst almond trees, savour an organic lunch or coffee and cake and connect with our green & eco minded community.
And not to forget our local stars...our wildlife... the koalas, the kangaroos, the colourful birds. The Yellow Tail Black Cockatoo's are nesting in a tree next to our house every year.
The movie 'The boys are back' was produced on the Peninsula and shows our piece of Paradise we are living in.