Island House, Lord Howe Island

A secluded island paradise, just 400 visitors are allowed on the island at any time, and there are just 300 permanent residents. It's one of Australia's best-kept secrets.

Lord Howe Island is a World Heritage-listed Island paradise where shoes are optional and the lifestyle is laid back. A secluded island paradise, just 400 visitors are allowed on the island at any time, and there are just 300 permanent residents. It's one of Australia's best-kept secrets.

Its most-recent addition is the luxurious Island House, two luxurious lodges, where just eight guests can enjoy breakfast on the deck listening to the sounds of the forest and use it as a base to explore the island. Each of the two lodges can be booked individually, but really Island House is the perfect exclusive-use hideaway for you and your 7 closest family and friends, offering an idyllic private bubble of luxury.

The lodges' open design and natural materials reflect the timeless nature of the island, with hardwood timbers, copper, wide oak floorboards, solid oak walls and ceramics featuring throughout. Expansive kitchens are stocked with island-grown produce from sister-business, the Nursery.

The island itself is fringed with coral reefs and turquoise lagoons and topped with mountain valleys and sea-cliffs. To allow gests ample opportunity to explore the spectacular landscapes, the lodges are inclusive of an ‘Adventure Room’, stocked with glass bottomed kayaks to explore the sparkling waters and witness the sealife below, bikes for an active exploration on land, fishing gear for the keen anglers and so much more. Island House offers the perfect private tropical escape, secluded and luxurious, without another soul in sight.

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