Accommodation for you

November 2012
Thank you for a wonderful stay at your lovely place. The view was just amazing. Our two days stay here was wonderful, absolutely fantastic, it feels like home. The unit was clean, warm, cosy and the beds were very comfortable. We would like to thank you for your cheerful, friendly hospitality.
Frankie and family, Singapore

Unit 1

The largest of the self-catering units and sleeps up to 6 people. It is 15 squares and has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, laundry and full kitchen.

Bicheno Ocean View Retreat Unit 1

Unit 2

On the lower section of the retreat and sleeps 4 people. There is a queen bed in the lounge area and a separate bedroom with 2 single beds.

Bicheno Ocean View Retreat Unit 2

 


 

Unit 3

This unit has a queen-size bed only and is on ground level as well. It has a separate lounge/dining area. Maximum occupancy is for 2 people.

Bicheno Ocean View Retreat Unit 3

Unit 4 Studio Apartment

This is a small studio apartment with a queen-size bed and limited cooking facilities. It has a microwave, electric skillet and toaster oven, as well as a gas BBQ right outside the door. No direct view of the ocean from this unit, however, spectacular views can be obtained from a private courtyard outside your door. Max. occupancy is for 2 people.

Bicheno Ocean View Retreat Unit 4

 


 

Bed & Breakfast Rooms

The B&B rooms are in our new section built in 2003. There are bedrooms with ensuites and the most spectacular 180 degree views of Diamond Island, kilometres of pristine white sandy beaches and Macleans Bay with Douglas Apsley National Park in the foreground.

The tariff for the Bed and Breakfast rooms includes full breakfast.

Spa Room 5: Large bathroom with double spa
Room 6: Twin share

Bicheno Ocean View Retreat Bed and Breakfast Unit 5

Bicheno Ocean View Retreat Bed and Breakfast

 

All our units have private parking right outside your door. There are no stairs.

22nd October, 2012

Very comfy suite, wonderful view and we saw a whale late afternoon. Loved the little wrens, robins and new hollands flying around the garden and also said hello to a large echidna along the driveway hedge. What more could we ask for except a longer stay.
Doris and Barry