Ballantrae Cottage. Heritage style. Pets welcome
Ballantrae Cottage is a Picturesque Romantic Stone Cottage, built around 1860, that is filled with love and history. It is one of the most delightful properties Goolwa has on offer. Set in the most fabulous & very sought after central location of Little Scotland! It is so easy to walk to all facilities, including the mighty River, Wharf Precinct, Main Street, Shopping Centre and the cafes, pubs and bars of Goolwa including Hectors on the Wharf, Whistle Stop Cafe, Corio Hotel, Australasian 1858, Mother Duck, the Distillery, 90 Mile Wines, Fleurieu Distillery and Steam Exchange Brewery.
With a cosy lounge to the front of the home with high ceilings, brass fittings, original fire place with combustion stove & ceiling fan this delightful cottage is set up with modern features yet oozes all the charm and feel of yesteryear.
There is a long character-filled passage leading to the dine-in style kitchen. Cute as cute can be with an old wood stove and butlers style servicing room alongside with space for the conventional oven, pantry & fridge.
The cottage has 2 bedrooms and sleeps four people (1 double bed and two singles). Romantically styled, the main bedroom with a brass bed, will give couples some sweet dreams. The adorable second bedroom at the rear of the home has a little peek a boo window looking out over the lovely rear gardens. This room has two single beds plus a desk. There is a modernised hertitage-styled bathroom with shower, vanity & WC.
Gorgeous cottage gardens surround the property and the rear undercover pergola area is the perfect spot to enjoy bbq’s and a glass of wine. Relax and Enjoy!
You can park your car in the garage via rear access from Sidmouth Street. There is a secure fenced area to keep your dogs safe! Please note that big dogs are not permitted. They will love exploring all the hidden nooks and cranny’s of this gorgeous garden. Of course, your well behaved pets are also welcome inside this pet friendly home!
If you are looking for a unique holiday experience, somewhere to fall in love, and in a location to explore all the delights of Goolwa, then this is the perfect property for you and your fur kids!
A little bit of history: Ballantrae Cottage takes its name the Scottish town of Ballantrae, and displayed in the home are photographs of the old town in Scotland. Located in “Little Scotland” in Goolwa there is an obvious historical link. The town is the setting for the novel The Master of Ballantrae by Robert Louis Stevenson. The name probably comes from the Scottish Gaelic Baile na Trˆgha, meaning the “town by the beach”. Ballantrae has a Primary school. The beach consists of shingle and sand and offers views of Ailsa Craig, the Arran and Kintyre.