The Wheelhouse is a beautifully appointed 2 bedroom apartment with two separate living areas and two flat screen TVs situated in the centre of town with only Marine Pde separating you from the foreshore & beautiful waters of the North Arm. Boat ramps, beaches, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and the pub are all within a few hundred meters. North facing, The Wheelhouse bedrooms open onto a lovely deck with stunning water views. The Wheelhouse has a large loungeroom, family room, kitchen, bathroom/ laundry and is the perfect place for you to relax and unwind.
The Wheelhouse is right in the centre of town, offering close proximity to almost all attractions in the central area. You’ll easily be able to leave your car behind as most places in town are literally just a short walk from your front door. The Wheelhouse offers 2 car parking spaces right out the front of the apartment and room on the grass beside to park a boat
The Wheelhouse is tastefully decorated and we supply the linen, towels and provide a fully equipped kitchen and pantry essentials. We want our guests to feel like they have the comforts of home so you can just relax and enjoy yourself.
When home, the owners live on the second storey, however concrete flooring, double bricks and a considerate, friendly demeanour minimises any noise.
The neighbourhood of Marine Parade is waterside, tranquil, and close to many attractions and amenities. You can paddle board, kayak or launch you boat from the ramps across the road and along Marne Parade or set up a picnic at the lakeside beach literally a stone’s throw from your front door or on the grass and experience all that Lakes Entrance has to offer. There’s a walking / running / cycling track across the road that weaves its way right around the town, up Jemmy’s Point and back along the lake if you’re keen.
Bullock Island is right at the western end of the street, set yourself up there for an early morning coffee and watch the dolphins play in the channel or witness the most spectacular sunsets and see the sun melt into the lake as the waters of the Gippsland Lakes and Bass Strait meander their way through the entrance.