Beach Retreat in Australia Set Among Native Eucalypti

29 Jun
2011

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Here is a contemporary retreat that is sure to stir up your holiday plans. Pretty Beach House is located in Australia, just north of Sydney, in a beautiful natural environment, amongst the trees at the edge of a delightful beach. Consisting of a main home and three surrounding pavilions, each hosting one bedroom, the all-inclusive retreat is a place that inspires complete relaxation. Here are more details from the official website: “The property is set high on the escarpment above Pretty Beach and nestled into the Bouddi National Park. Guests are offered privacy with around-the-clock service. The pavilions Treetops, Bayview and Hideaway have views through a mass of ancient angophoras and native eucalypti down onto the sparkling Brisbane Waters. The décor is simple and strong, with tub chairs in vintage leather, 1930’s travel trunks, hand crafted tables and fine Belgium linen. Local artists have taken advantage of the fallen angophora branches and created sculptures that feature throughout.” We don’t know about you guys, but for us the inspiration given by this retreat far exceeds the field of design.

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