Windows on Bicheno

Windows on Bicheno is luxury boutique accommodation at its best! Proudly offering two spacious king spa suites with private balconies. Gourmet Continental breakfasts are included. Your experience is a very indulgent five-star retreat. It makes the most of this sensational spot with unparalleled north-facing views over the over the ocean, mountains and township.
You will love the contemporary decor reflected in the Sunrise and Sunset suites. Luxurious linens on king-size beds, exquisite ensuites feature walk-in-showers and deep soaker spa baths for two, signature organic pamper products and waffle robes and slippers.
Guests also enjoy an exclusive lounge and dining area with kitchenette. These romantic suites are perfect for couples seeking style in a superb location, while two couples travelling together will enjoy the entire top floor.
Savour breakfast at your leisure before exploring the coastal township. Pristine water sports, whales and dolphins are on your doorstep, great food and wineries are nearby, and Bicheno is home to the ‘Devils in the Dark’ tour – an absolute must! With the Freycinet National Park and the Bay of Fires both only a short drive away, it makes Bicheno the place to stay on the ‘Great Eastern Drive’.

Contact Details

13 James Street
Bicheno, 7215


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