This four bedroom beach house from The Greenhouse Retreats in Pearl Beach is the ultimate beach retreat for a girl’s weekend away.
This is the ultimate, stylish girls beach getaway; with the dramatic sound of the ocean, a fire roaring, chandeliers, an abundance of beauty products to sample as well as wine, and a steamer pumping natural oils into the air this is every girl’s dream weekend away.
And all within a four bedroom designer beach bungalow overlooking a huge, rainforest style yard with an exclusive glassed -in magnesium swimming pool as the feature.
The coastline in Pearl Beach sits framing Australian bushland with a few streets of houses in-between. Bush and beach walks abound. This is NSW at its best.
This Greenhouse Retreat is located in Pearl Beach, which is about 1.25 minutes from Sydney, and Patonga is about 20 minutes away, as is KiIlcare, and a 30 miner ferry ride will take you to Palm Beach.
Pearl Beach Greenhouse Retreat sits right in the heart of Pearl Beach, a street away from the beach and a 2 minute walk to the local shop. Yoga Classes are two doors away. This location is serene and calm.
The house itself is elegantly fitted out, and has a galley style kitchen stocked with full size retro Smeg fridge, oven, dishwasher, kettle and utensils. Chefs can be brought in, or you can cook up a storm.
The local store is metres away, with basic supplies, and The Boathouse on Patonga is about 15 minutes by car, which is well worth the drive. *just be aware there are no ubers in the area so someone has to be a dedicated driver.
The overall style is one of relaxed beach house – think India Hicks. Beds have luxe thick sheets, thick towels and solid crockery fill the house. Everywhere you look there is a new and innovative product to try.
The floorboards are refreshingly painted white, as are the walls, the bathroom is small but modern, as is the kitchen, and it is a place you feel like hanging around in.
Being surrounded by natural products you can use during your stay, listening to the waves crash and the open fire with logs provided was a winter delight.