Pretty Beach House is a luxurious exclusive retreat within the coastal Bouddi National Park, just 90 minutes north of Sydney.
Pretty Beach House is a luxurious exclusive retreat within the coastal Bouddi National Park, just 90 minutes north of Sydney. The four exclusive pavilion suites are the ultimate in relaxed luxury, with glimpses of the bay beyond, elegant furnishings, deep soaking tubs and three with private heated pools. The infinity pool at the main lodge is a stunner, ensconced in native bushland and overlooking the national park and turquoise bay below. Pretty Beach House gets the little details right, with personalised service and special touches a hallmark of a stay here. All dining is included with the House sommelier expertly pairing premium wines with the daily changing menu. A coastal sanctuary well-deserving of a place on any Australian travel bucket-list.
All food, wine, beer and spirits are included throughout your stay, with a well-stocked open bar at the main lodge and private mini-bar in your pavilion. Other inclusions are unlimited WIFI, sunset drinks and canapes by the fire; complimentary mountain bikes
Located on New South Wales Central Coast, a 90 minute drive from Sydney
The Retreat and The Hideaway pavilion
Best Nearby Park
Bouddi National Park
Best Food & Wine Experience
Degustation dinner with wines selected by the House sommelier
Best Place for Relaxation
By the fire with a glass of red in winter or by the pool in summer
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