Coalface B&B is brand new and purpose-built. It is tucked away on the Illawarra escarpment behind the patrolled beach of Coledale and the dog friendly (off-leash) Sharky’s beach, (named after a man, not a fish).
What makes Coalface B & B so special is that you are just minutes away from a wide choice of surfing beaches, ocean rock pools, bush-walks, good coffee and food. When you are here you could be a million miles away, with none of the inconvenience of distance.
On the property itself, there are 7 acres of land for the adventurous to explore.The vegetation ranges from Eucalyptus to Rain-forest, with iconic Red Cedars, Sandpaper Figs and towering Turpentines. If you are lucky, you may catch a glimpse of Lyre Birds, Wallabies and a vast amount of bird life, from tiny Blue Wrens to the matronly Wonga Pigeon as it waddles around foraging on the forest floor before reluctantly getting airborne.
Coalface B & B is brand-new and has been purpose-built for luxury accommodation. This means that convenience and comfort is built-in with parking right at the door, a private outdoor terrace separated from the family home by a brick courtyard wall, a hot &cold outdoor shower, solely for guest use, a large indoor bath with views, a kitchenette and a separate entrance.You have a large orchard to wander and relax in and at night you can settle round the sandstone fireplace and enjoy an open fire under the stars.
Coalface B & B is an open plan studio style accommodation with a kitchenette and a private bathroom. The large bath comfortably overlooks the orchard and ocean views -lovely at dusk as the sky turns pink…. There is a large stacker sliding door opening from your room onto a sandstone terrace separated from the family home and garden by a brick courtyard wall.
When at Coalface, you are offered as standard a generous breakfast of juice, cereals, toast with a variety of condiments, bacon, eggs and ‘pod’ coffee or tea that you can cook and eat at your leisure. One of our favourite things to do is a refreshing morning swim and a late cooked breakfast over Sunday papers…mmm