Pretty Beach House is the epitome of relaxed luxury and elegance for those looking for a private & romantic getaway. A serene escape nestled within the heart of the NSW Bouddi National Parkand high above Pretty Beach, the hotel is an easy 90min drive or exhilarating 20min seaplane/helicopter flight from Sydney.
With the perfect balance of intimacy, privacy and personalised service, an experience at this stunning coastal sanctuary is effortless and unforgettable.
All inclusive rates, sumptuous decor, delicious food, personalised service and complete privacy…
Intimate and laidback, the guesthouse sleeps a maximum of eight guests in four exclusive, luxurious pavilions. In-pavilion comforts include a premium king beds dressed with fine Italian hand-loomed linens, fireplace, underfloor-heating, heated plunge pool, double outdoor day bed and full mini bar stocked with premium wines & spirits.
Wine and dine on the properties luxurious private boat or in the spectacular dining room with authentic, seasonal menus. De-stress in the relaxing day spa, or enjoy a champagne at the cocktail bar whilst enjoying the beautiful coastal and bush views, that are quintessentially Australian.
The hotel is surrounded by natural beauty including several glorious golden beaches and picturesque bays, all easily accessible for hiking expeditions along walking trails and over coastal sandstone cliffs. Indigenous rock art at the doorstep of the hotel, dating back an incredible 10,000 years.
All dining is included as part of the hospitality. Also included is an open bar stocked with premium wines, beers and spirits, pavilion mini-bar, unlimited wi-fi throughout the property, an indigenous smoking ceremony, and, complimentary mountain bike hire.
“High above the inlets and coves of Brisbane waters, just north of Sydney, this Bouddi Peninsula haven only 90 minutes from Sydney …is a place to catch your breath, reconnect with someone special and indulge in some of the best resort food in Australia – when ever and wherever you want it” – Sally Hammond, ‘Dream Destinations’ The Sydney Morning Herald