New South Wales' most luxurious accommodation? Written by Olivia Shead
Wouldn’t this have been a divine place to be cooped up during our recent storms? Truly the pinnacle of luxury accommodation and hospitality, Pretty
Beach House is back with a new look after a two and a half year hiatus.
Perched on a seven and a half acre promontory of the Bouddi National Park and Broken Bay (a 90-minute drive from Sydney), the four pavilion hideaway is under the direction of hoteliers Karina and Brian Barry, the masterminds behind the equally nice, Bells at Killcare.
Designed by Sydney interior designer Michelle Leslie, she has created an extraordinary and unique property that both reflects and supports its local environment. With four private pavilions, three freestanding and one penthouse, Pretty Beach House can sleep eight people at any one time. Each pavilion has a generous king bedroom, separate dressing room, deluxe bathroom, open-plan sitting area and a fully stocked bar. Colours and textures of the surrounding landscape inspire the interiors and furnishings, with three of the four pavilions opening out onto a private deck with a day bed and their own plunge pool.