The Beach House
Escape to the tropics without leaving the house at the Tali Tu luxury beachfront home. Tali Tu is an absolute beachfront property in the prime location of Port Douglas's Four Mile Beach, and is only a few minutes away from the best local shops and restaurants.
The beach house is fully furnished and designed for a relaxing and tranquil holiday in a private paradise, featuring contemporary Eastern decor set against the scenic East and West of lush palm gardens and Asian-inspired stone sculptures.
The open and spacious interior of Tali Tu includes three bedrooms with peaceful and airy decor, and plenty of light for a warm and inviting atmosphere. The master bedroom, overlooking the garden and pool grounds, includes a king bed and adjoining bathroom. Overlooking a private courtyard is the second bedroom, complete with a king bed and connection to the main bathroom. The third bedroom, connected to the living area, is furnished with two single beds. Although compact it would well suit children of any age.
Tali Tu has a generously sized kitchen, living room, and dining area for great food and entertaining at home. The kitchen is styled with a modern simplicity and fully equipped with all the necessities for in-home cooking. The adjoining living room is made for comfort and convenience, with cozy seating areas and full-service digital television, video player, and DVD player. The exotically furnished dining area completes this trio of elegant rooms with it's open design, direct access to the outdoors, and lovely views of the surrounding courtyard. Rooms in the Tali Tu beach house are tastefully finished with cool marble floors, modern sliding doors, and air conditioning. The property also contains convenient wheelchair access.
Step outside at Tali Tu onto the picturesque grounds of your own private oasis. The beach house is surrounded by nature at its most appealing, with beautiful sprawling gardens and a large crisp lawn where the kids or the whole family have the space to play in the sun and enjoy the outdoors. An abundance of tropical plants ringing the expansive grounds of this charming retreat adds the final touch to this vision of loveliness.
At Tali Tu visitors can luxuriate in the simple pleasures of the outdoors in comfort and style. Have a pleasant meal outside in the outdoor dining area and cook up your own delightful fare with the onsite gas barbeque. There are multiple seating areas for relaxation and reflection, including a cozy covered verandah with Asian-style daybeds perfect for lying back with a drink, reading a book, or just admiring the view with the soothing sounds of the ocean and tropical birds.
You don’t have to go further than your own backyard to experience the height of luxury. Go for a refreshing dip in the 13 metre private salt-water pool, and afterwards, dry off under the sun on calming sun-beds with the lush overhanging vegetation providing just the right amount of cool shade. And of course, beautiful Four Mile Beach is only seconds away with direct, private access from the garden. Take a rejuvenating walk or a jog in the sand and enjoy the fresh ocean air.
Additional Features & Services
The Tali Tu beach house includes all the comforts of home and all of the special comforts reserved just for vacations.
A stay at Tali Tu means that all you’ll need to bring is the family. The beach house is equipped with all vacation necessities, including all linens and appliances. A washer, dryer, and iron are provided on the premises for laundering needs. In addition to air-conditioning, the house is outfitted with screen doors and ceiling fans throughout.
Electronics include an Austar digital television, video player, DVD player, and Hi-fi CD stereo player. For convenient communications a local telephone and fax machine are also supplied onsite.
Additional services can also be arranged at your convenience as needed. Enjoy a holiday getaway without the hassle of cleaning and arrange for housekeeping daily or weekly during your stay. For pleasure-seekers, local tours can also be arranged for an exciting exploration of Port Douglas.