(minimum 2 Nights)
About This Listing
Mountbatten Retreat is a newly renovated and updated family & dog friendly home with all the comforts you could require. Situated a short stroll from Bright town centre, riverside parks and quality restaurants & cafes, you are in the perfect place to enjoy Bright.
Featuring 3 bedrooms each with queen bed, double bed & 3 singles (bunk) respectively the home comfortably sleeps an extended family. All bedding, linen & sundry items are provided. The master bedroom features a new ensuite and reverse cycle heating & cooling, the bunk room also has a split system for year round comfort.
A portacot, change table, high chair and other baby goods are also provided for your use.
The open plan living, dining & kitchen leads out to your patio and 2 fully enclosed yards for safety & relaxation! Cook at home in your fully equipped kitchen or dine out just around the corner. Relax in the spacious lounge with wood fire & air con or catch up around the dining table. The property provides 2 mountain bikes for your use as well as a bike for the littlies - bring your helmets!
Also featuring 2 bathrooms, a fully equipped laundry, lockable undercover bike racks, a kennel, FREE WIFI and a few other surprises this is truly a home away from home.
WELL BEHAVED DOGS ARE MOST WELCOME, HOWEVER,
+ Dogs are most welcome in the floored areas. Please do not allow your dog into any carpeted areas or on rugs.
+ Dogs are strictly prohibited from entering the unit unattended, wet or dirty.
+ We ask that dogs which shed heavily remain in the yard as much as possible. Please remove any traces of dog hair from carpets or rugs etc. before vacating the property.
+ Under NO circumstances is your dog to be left inside the property while you are away. They may stay in the enclosed front or rear yard but NEVER in the house. Even the most well behaved dogs have become destructive or distressed in unfamiliar surrounds.
If a dog is found alone in the house they will need to be immediately removed and you will be required to vacate the property - We can assist with arranging a dog sitter if you require, let us know.
Please, please, please do not allow your dog to bark, if we receive complaints from neighbours you will be required to stay with your dog at all times or take your dog home if it cannot be controlled. We are under strict instruction from local council and do not want to upset neighbours.
+ Dogs are strictly prohibited from using the bedding or furniture. Please bring your own bedding or mat and equipment - bowl, lead etc. Dogs are not allowed on any couches or beds at any time.
If our cleaners need to clean up after your pets, excess cleaning fees will need to be passed on to you – this may include replacement of linen if it is found your pets have been inside on any beds, and any extra furniture treatments necessary, so please allow the extra time to tidy up well before you leave and ensure they stay off furnishings & beds during your stay.
+ A dry cleaning charge may apply if dog hair needs to be removed from bedding or upholstery.
+ If holes are found in window or door screens from dogs scratching you will need to cover replacement of the screens. Please ensure your dog does not scratch doors or screens. Scratch marks on doors will also incur replacement charges.
As a pet owner please be responsible for your dogs behaviour & well-being, even the calmest dogs can easily become distressed in strange environments.
+ Please do not wash your dog in the shower or bath.
+ Please ensure you clean up any little surprises around the garden! It is not fair for the housekeepers or next guests to have to do this.
+ Please do not allow your pet to freely roam as they will have access to our neighbours properties and risk being picked up by our diligent local ranger!
+ A 2 dog limit is imposed in the Alpine Shire without a specialised permit
+ *If you have a crafty dog or a dog that can & will jump fences or dig, we can never guarantee that any of our properties will contain them, you may want to bring a lead in case you find that your dog wants to escape - which can happen in new environments!