Pretty Beach House
An exclusive and intimate guesthouse perched above a golden sand beach
- Four pavilions
- Private boat
- Infinity pool
- Guided bush walks
- Boat trips
With just four luxurious pavilions, Pretty Beach House is an intimate and private sanctuary in the Bouddi National Park for a maximum of only eight guests.
The exclusive guesthouse is an epicure-enticing getaway just 90 minutes north of Sydney, or 20 minutes by seaplane. Set in a quintessential Australian bush and with access to a stunning coastline, guests can relax in the tranquil surroundings in effortless luxury with a personalised butler service, an infinity pool and a serene spa.
Designed to connect with its surroundings, local artists and cratftspeople contributed to the look and feel of Pretty Beach House to create a timeless and charming property. Each of the four lodges offers a different immersion in the environment, from the Treetops to Bayview or the Hideaway lodge. The décor is simple and sophisticated and each has a luxurious ensuite, open-plan sitting area and views through the ancient angophoras down to the enticing waters below.
Every element of the property has been thought out to ensure guests feel they are at a home away from home, from the open bar stocked with premium wines, beers and spirits to the double outdoor day bed. During their stay guests savour seasonal, modern Italian cuisine prepared by one of Australia’s most celebrated chefs – Stefano Manfredi, served in the spectacular dining room or on the property’s private boat.
Bouddi National Park is a culturally significant place to explore and guests can head out on guided bush walks or visit one of the 100 Aboriginal sites that have been recorded in the park and learn the history of the local Darkingjung culture – the traditional owners of the land.