About Flint House
High above the coastline, this large holiday home boasts beautiful views of the surrounding mountain side and wild waters of Morgan Bay.
Just 100 meters from the beach and a few bush walks, the area is a great holiday destination for the adventurous, while the house is well-equipped for leisurely activities and the ideal venue for good friends, great food and lasting memories.
Comfortable and long loved, the house has enough furnishings and amenities for everyone. Both the upper deck and the lower deck can be used for entertainment, with of course the views to match.
A number of local amenities and places of interest are just a short drive way, though you may find your day trips few and far between, as the beautiful environment calls for long walks and sun loving.
The basic rate will apply to 3 or fewer guests (min 3 night stay) OUT OF SEASON
For April and Dec/Jan please apply for a quote
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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