Holland House Bay of Fires

Holland House is situated in an area of the Bay of Fires known as ‘The Gardens’ and sits elevated above the land providing magnificent views of the Bay of Fires.
The house consists of two bedrooms each with a queen-sized bed and a third small bedroom with a single bed. The view from the master bedroom ocean side is breathtaking.
Located next to the master bedroom, the bathroom has a double sink and shower. Guests are provided with towels, beach towels and beautiful ‘Rituals’ shampoo, body wash and hand wash.
The dining area downstairs has a well-equipped kitchen and an expansive living area which opens out to the deck. There is an outside dining area with a BBQ set up on the roadside deck. A second toilet is available on the ground floor.
There is a large wood heater in the living area and a plentiful supply of kindling and wood to heat the whole house. The floors and decks are all made from recycled eucalyptus wandoo wood sourced from a Western Australian shearing shed.
Holland House is a luxurious and comfortable beach house – the ideal place to get away from it all to unwind, reflect and just relax.
Please note -2 night minimum stay applies

Contact Details

1160 Gardens Road
Binalong Bay, 7216

0474 025 708
bookings@destinationbayoffires.com
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