Eagle Heights of Eden | Cliff top accommodation

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Eagle Heights | Take in the views

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About Eagle Heights

Awesome ocean and cliff views from these units. Eagle Heights Holiday Units are located in Eden on the far South Coast of New South Wales. The complex is perched on a cliff-face, known as the Eagles Claw that overlooks Twofold Bay and the ocean. Eagle Heights is situated off the main highway in a quiet residential area. Sit, relax and enjoy the views from our two bedroom villa style units.

About Eagle Heights

The Units

Each unit contains a queen bed in the main bedroom and two singles in the second bedroom. There is a large lounge/dining area, bathroom that includes washing machine and some units have clothes dryers. There is a separate toilet, flat screen TV, Austar, CD player, clock radio to both bedrooms, reverse cycle air conditioning, hair dryer, bed linen and personal towel per person, electric blankets, pillows and blankets.

The Units

The Grounds

Each unit has its own off-street car space and there is ample off-street boat parking available. The complex boasts a large salt water pool with a deck that overlooks the ocean. If you meander down one of two paths past the pool you will find our cliff top gazebo area which houses two barbeques, three eating areas and a small but useful herb garden. We don’t believe that there is a better place along the coast to watch the whales on their migration south.

The Grounds

About Eden

Some (including myself) consider Eden to be one of the far South Coasts best kept secrets. Surrounded by national parks there is no better place to relax. Eagle Heights is situated just 250 metres from the Rotary lookout and the Fishermans memorial, 400 meters from a little tin shed which sells some of the freshest seafood in the area (Snug Cove Seafood) and only 500 meters from Eden’s Marine Discovery Centre, and main wharf where you will find plenty of places to eat, including one café (You’ll have to ask us which one) which serves the best coffee from here to Melbourne.

If you would like to travel a little further a field you could walk up Warren’s walk where you will find Eden’s Killer Whale Museum. Take a short stroll through town and if you turned right down any of the side streets you will find your way down to Eden’s main surf beach which is home to a large rock pool. The possibilities are endless and my hope is that you will discover a few of Eden’s hidden secrets on your own.          


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