A surprise at Two Emuz, Kangaroo Island

Whenever I go away, it's normally me organising everything. This time though, it is different. I'm heading to Kangaroo Island with Fleurieu Living Magazine for some shoots. And I'm told we are staying at a B&B at Emu Bay. I was in for a surprise on arrival as to what to expect. 

Well, first we got lost. Our phone lost reception and with it went our directions. Luckily, an attentive local who we met on the ferry saw us stopping, turning and stopping and wandered over to help. She knew everyone in the area and could point us in the right direction within minutes. 

Beyond the farm gate, down the rubble driveway, sits the accommodation and owners pad. A lovely limestone and cedar building. But the real highlight is stepping in and seeing the view from the living area. I stop in my steps and stand with jaw open. I'm not just saying that - I really did. 

Outside, beyond the sunloungers and green grass is the vast ocean. There is nothing between us and the sparkling blue water except the rolling hill down to the beach (that can only accessed by a couple of homes that sit next to us). A private beach (basically). I will be wandering up and down that in the morning before we leave. 

Our host, Rob is just as amazing... we sip gin and tonics with him while watching the sun set and his beautiful Dalmation greets us after our morning walk along the beach. It makes me feel very comfortable and 'at home'. The gourmet breakfast supplies including Illy coffee, crusty bread, eggs and range of teas set me up for the day before I leave too. Mmm. 

Can I go back? Please?

www.tuemuz.com.au

Whenever I go away, it's normally me organising everything. This time though, it is different. I'm heading to Kangaroo Island with Fleurieu Living Magazine for some shoots. And I'm told we are staying at a B&B at Emu Bay. I was in for a surprise on arrival as to what to expect. 

Well, first we got lost. Our phone lost reception and with it went our directions. Luckily, an attentive local who we met on the ferry saw us stopping, turning and stopping and wandered over to help. She knew everyone in the area and could point us in the right direction within minutes. 

Beyond the farm gate, down the rubble driveway, sits the accommodation and owners pad. A lovely limestone and cedar building. But the real highlight is stepping in and seeing the view from the living area. I stop in my steps and stand with jaw open. I'm not just saying that - I really did. 

Outside, beyond the sunloungers and green grass is the vast Southern Ocean and Bass Straight. There is nothing between us and the sparkling blue water except the rolling hill down to the beach (that can only accessed by a couple of homes that sit next to us). A private beach (basically). I will be wandering up and down that in the morning before we leave. 

Our host, Rob is just as amazing... we sip gin and tonics with him while watching the sun set and his beautiful Dalmation greets us after our morning walk along the beach. It makes me feel very comfortable and 'at home'. The gourmet breakfast supplies including Illy coffee, crusty bread, eggs and range of teas set me up for the day before I leave too. Mmm. 

Can I go back? Please?

www.tuemuz.com.au

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