Set to impress are the crisp clear beaches of Mollymook. Have just spent a gals weekend of fine food and great company in this part of the world. What fun! My first visit but not my last.
Couldn't rate Beaches Mollymook any higher, accommodation was excellent, massages were absolute bliss and overall would recommend this for an amazing getaway.
Lovely little gem, warm and friendly home with lovely walks and views. Very friendly locals and sea life. A wonderful place to relax with friends and family.
Walks along Narrawallee Beach in the morning winter sunshine to relaxing in the grounds of Cupitt's winery could only eventuate in providing lots of "breathes of fresh air" moments.
Easy stroll in the coolness of the evenings to access fine dining for dinner at "Rick Stein at Bannisters" or the "Roof Top Bar & Grill at Bannisters Pavilion", which then allows you to be creative with finding locations for your breakfast and lunches nearby. Highly recommend Ploughman's lunch at Cupitt's winery and/or breakfast at Bannisters Pavilion.
Nearby Milton allows you to wander through stores with secret treasures from the past mingled with contemporary fashion boutiques. Enjoyable stopover en route to or from your weekend getaway - another good location for breakfast, lunch or both!
This is certainly a place where you can do as little or as much as you want to do - I suggest you take the opportunity to focus on "as little" and be pampered!
Two nights may not be long enough though............
We had a lovely long weekend staying at Beaches Mollymook. Sightseeing from Newcastle we stopped at Kiama for some whale watching and lunch on the way down. Beautiful countryside to Mollymook. We took Nicky's advice and dined at Rick Steins Restaurant and the Rooftop at Bannisters. We also had a beautiful day at Cupitts Winery and did the wine, brewery and cheese tour we did not want the day to end. The house is decorated in a relaxed beach theme and has all the comforts of home and only a 5-10 min walk to the restaurants. Mollymook has gorgeous beaches and plenty of local boutique shopping at nearby Milton and Berry. Highly recommended.
Beaches Mollymook is a great getaway for a weekend. Heaps of places to stop and visit on way down. Have stayed at Nickys Blue Mountans Getaway for the last three years and decided to try the Beach. Relaxing massage and spa to jump into after that. You can do heaps or do nothing. Beautiful place to go walking and burn off the food and drink. Would recommend it highly to anyone. Now we can go to the Beach for summer getaway and Blue Mountains for winter getaway. Perfect!