Moyne Mill Townhouse

A former 1860s flour mill reimagined as a riverside retreat this 2 bedroom townhouse offers a quiet retreat in which to escape the everyday... read more.

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A former 1860s flour mill reimagined as a riverside retreat this 2 bedroom townhouse offers a quiet retreat in which to escape the everyday.

The interior is spacious, but intimate and has been designed with couples or small groups in mind. The lower level features an open plan living/dining area and well appointed kitchen and laundry (with toilet). The living area opens out to the courtyard with views of the river and King George Square.

The King’s Suite, is nestled on the middle floor, with views of the square and river and space to relax. It has easy access the main bathroom.

The “Marriner’s Loft” is a penthouse style room taking up the entire top floor, featuring ensuite, living room, a place to write and work with sweeping views north and south of the river.

The townhouse has five levels and is not suitable for those with mobility issues.

With the town centre, river, beaches, national parks, bars and restaurants a hop skip and jump from our front door, you won’t find yourself wanting for anything more . . . except for a few extra days to stay.

Your host, Fleur, is a long-time Airbnb Superhost and Guest Favourite, who knows what you want from a holiday home.

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