The Clyde

80% Recommended
3 people
No pets
The land location is a historical shipyard dating back to the late 1800, with breathtaking views of the farm land, open skies as far as the eye can see . The Williams river is right at your door. The property is called the old shipyard because of its heritage and the name for our first tiny home “ The Clyde “ is in recognition of the first ship ever built from this location....
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Features and Amenities

1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bathroom
Air conditioning
BBQ
Heating

Details

  • Check in after 3pm
    Check out before 11am
  • Minimum booking: 1 night
Cancellation Policy: Receive a full refund (minus service fee) up until 1 week prior to check-in.

Additional Information

TINY HOUSE DETAILS
With the Williams river banks lining the property fishing from the pontoon, swimming, canoeing, boating and all from the private boat ramp or simply sit in this peaceful location surrounded by green mountains open skies and the stunning Williams river at your feet.

GUEST ACCESS
Guests will have access to the tiny house and its surroundings except for owner's private residence.
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Prices

  • Base Price $179 / night
  • Weekend Price $199 / night
  • Cleaning Fee $50

Host

Tiny Away
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Tiny Away integrates the concept of tiny houses with eco-tourism. It stems from our desire to offer city dwellers a chance to experience the perfect escape from a hectic, digitally-laden lifestyle. We want to allow everyone a chance to experience the tiny house lifestyle - to Discover Nature and Stay in Comfort. 
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Adventures on the Property

These are the exclusive natural wonders and outdoor activities within the property boundaries.

Kayaking On The Williams River

Discovered by Madeline
The host of the Clyde kindly let us use the Kayaks on the property for a kayak along the Williams River. The water was so calm! It was a beautiful way to relax and unwind....

Sunrise At The The Clyde

Discovered by Madeline
Wake up and enjoy the serenity of sunrise at The Clyde. The Williams River is so calm if it looks like a mirror reflecting the clouds from above. We took our coffee and sat near the water, just listening to all the birds around us. We had the sweetest surprise when our host dog, Gemma, came down for a visit....

Williams River

With the Williams river banks lining the property fishing from the pontoon, swimming, canoeing, boating and all from the private boat ramp or simply sit in this peaceful location surrounded by green mountains open skies and the stunning Williams river at your feet....

Location

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Adventures Nearby

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Breakfast At Shoal Bay Country Club

Discovered by Madeline
The BEST breakfast with and incredible views! We absolutely loved the House-Made Buttermilk Berry Waffles with Mascarpone and the Vegetarian Brekkie Bowl. The Views overlooking the Mount Tomaree National Park were sublime too....

Hiking The Mount Tomaree Summit

Discovered by Madeline
This steep 2.2 km round trip hike to the summit of Mount Tomaree will bless you with the best views overlooking Port Stephens! Enjoy a beautiful sunset overlooking Shoal Bay, Zenith Beach, and the Fingal Split....

A Walk Out To Fingal Split

Discovered by Madeline
Enjoy a walk along Fingal Beach to the Fingal Split. This incredible piece of beach connects Shark island. It's also so unique because you can see both sides of the beach from this small strip of sand. During high tide, this disappears underwater!...

Horse Riding

Explore the Hunter Valley horseback, riding through stunning wine country you will explore its gorges and see the best our valley has to offer. Breathe in the crisp clean air as you enjoy a pleasant ride in the Hunter bushlands. Local tour groups and guides provide an excellent experience and share their extensive knowledge of the area....

Snorkelling

The clear waters of Nelson Bay are a fantastic destination for water activities including; snorkelling swimming and diving. For snorkelling, there is easy access at well-known Fly Point where you'll find abundant sponge gardens. The incredible Broughton Island has so much to explore under the water but is only accessible by boat. For more information visit local dive shops for gear and advise....

Kayaking At Port Stephens

The Port Stephens Marine Park holds 26 pristine beaches and is a thriving sanctuary for local sea life. Paddle through the sparkling blue waters of the park, take in the salty ocean air and keep an eye out for the friendly dolphins swimming by. There are plenty of nice beaches and bays to launch the kayaks or book in with local tour providers for personalised tours and insider info....

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80% Recommended

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