Bay Escapes

Pet Friendly Villas and Cottages

Bay Escapes specialises in family, couples and weekend away escapes where 4-legged loved ones are also most welcome. Our accommodation consists of Shearwater Cottages at Shoal Bay and Echoes at Fingal Bay.

Shearwater at Shoal Bay are 2 cottages each comprising of 2 bedrooms – one with a queen and twin room and the other cottages with 2 queen rooms. Facilities include a full kitchen and laundry facilities, TV/DVD/CD, free wifi, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, off-street parking/garages, comfortable sun-drenched sitting/dining rooms, bbq facilities and tropical outdoor settings.

Echoes at Fingal Bay are 2 contemporary coastal design villas each comprising of 3 bedrooms: a master queen room with an ensuite, another queen bedroom and a twin room. Facilities include a full kitchen and laundry facilities, TV with Netflix, wifi, reverse cycle air-conditioning, off-street parking/garages, open plan living and dining leading out to one of 2 secure courtyard and deck areas and bbq facilities.

The beautiful, clear waters of Port Stephens bring people back year after year. Your dogs are welcome inside and each cottage and villa is fenced and secure – we kindly ask that owners provide their dog’s bedding and bowls to help them settle, and ensure their dogs are immunised.

The choice of water activities is staggering- sailing, water-skiing, cruising, fishing, swimming of course, snorkeling, dolphin and whale watching. Also a visit to the area is not quite complete without experiencing the incredible 30km stretch of sand dunes of Stockton Beach either by 4WD, by horse, on foot or even quad-bike.

There are four golf courses, some wonderful bushwalks and walking your dog! And your dog is also catered for with dog friendly beaches and exercise areas. The choice of restaurants and clubs grows all the time and The Hunter Wine country is a great day's outing.

All this and some of the most beautiful scenery on the Mid-North Coast.


Bay Escapes

23 Bent Street, Fingal Bay NSW 2315, Australia