Holiday house design and environment

Sans Souci @ Red Rock has been designed to connect guests to the natural environment. The décor has been inspired by Margaret Preston’s “Wheelflower” (c. 1929) bringing bright oranges, greens and greys to complete a palette in harmony with the Australian bush.

Screened outdoor living areas protect from the elements as well as from mozzies, and give a sense of sitting amongst the trees and the birds. Flexible living spaces give families places to congregate as well as find a quiet spot to read, draw or ponder.

The house offers three bedrooms which caters for one larger or two smaller family groups. The master bedroom has a queen size bed, the bunk room a double bed with single bunk above, and the twin room, two single beds. A port a cot is available for infants and toddlers. All the beds are made up with fresh linen with beach and bath towels for each occupant.

The recently renovated kitchen offers an electric oven and hotplates, fridge, microwave and dishwasher. The kitchen is well equipped with many appliances ready for cooking and serving up an extravaganza!

Don’t forget the gas BBQ in the outdoor room, with hot plate and grill, completing the holiday cooking experience!

The bathrooms have toilets, showers and wash basins. There is a washing machine and dryer in the laundry area of the verandah.

Red Rock is a sleepy seaside town which is yet to convert to town water or sewer. The house runs off a 20 000L rain water tank with electric pump, and septic system. As we are environmentally conscious, we don’t use any harsh chemicals to clean the house, and we supply all cleaning products for guests, including washing powder.