Dalmeny Shores was a fabulous place to spend a relaxing week with a family of four (well, two humans and two teenagers actually). We had the three bedroom villa which was very spacious, well equipped in the kitchen, clean with comfortable furnishings and beds. We particularly liked the separated master bedroom at the opposite end of the house to the other two rooms that included a chaise lounge and its own TV. Having the use of a lock up garage was also a real bonus for the bicycles, kayaks, surfboards..... Not too distant view of the beach from the verandah - good enough to check the surf. Super handy to the local shops (2-3 mins amble). Can't write home about the local coffee options, but the IGA is brilliant - it has everything you'd ever need, and we tested the extent of that range. Located close to the beach, the estuary, the bikepath to Narooma it is in great location and the villa was a real delight.…
Great location, short walk to beach and local shops, very quiet and peaceful, the unit was very clean and tidy. I had the pleasure of meeting Rod who is a fantastic host and Lee who does a fantastic job keeping the units clean. I can highly recommend Dalmeny Shores.
Room was exactly as advertised. Stayed one night, on the ground floor, easy to find. Key pad entry was eady to use, we did have an issue with the door, but rang the number posfed on the wall and the owner/manager was quick to answer and was helpful.Had a nice dinner at the local takeaway which was less than a mintue walk.
+Beautiful location so close to the beach and shops. +It had everything we needed for a great getaway. +Beds were very comfortable. +Great for a family. +Went with a group of young adults from church and had a lovely time. -Coded door for the 1 bedroom studio was a little tricky but eventually we worked it out.
A beautiful part of south coast New South Wales , unspoiled beaches, great surf , swimming , beach fishing, walks , lots of lovely scenery , easy to access and most beaches have plenty of parking , can even see whales from the beach during migration