penthouse by the sea
Experience the ultimate in luxury coastal accommodation with unforgettable panoramas of blue skies over sparkling waters with unique amenities and features to make every stay special.
Collette Dinnigan PENTHOUSES
Step into two exclusive Penthouses, designed and reimagined by iconic Australian fashion and interior designer, Collette Dinnigan. Collette’s inspiration was to capture the seaside coastal elegance of the suites in a relaxed and comfortable environment.
Both Penthouses feature oak floorboards, an expansive deck and uninterrupted ocean views as well as a light-drenched living room with wooden shutters, gas fireplace, comfortable linen sofas, kitchenette, master bedroom with a king size bed and ensuite with a bath and separate shower, all with the glint of Collette Dinnigan’s effortless style.
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Instantly relaxing with the sound of waves crashing. Walking into the living room, past the kitchenette and large trestle style table, you have uninterrupted ocean views with comfortable linen sofas, handprinted cushions by textile designers such as Kathryn Ireland, Penny Morrison and Carolina Irving, a wool rug by Vaughan, a fire place with marble mantle, oak wooden floorboards, wooden shutters and doors.
The bedroom features Schumacher fabrics, brass Aerin Lauder wall fittings and a chair Collette bought in the South of France hand covered in velvet. The bathroom is real luxury featuring hand made vanities with Carrara marble tops, Perrin & Rowe tapware, a sizeable bathtub and shower, and heated floors. There is also a separate powder room. Australian photographers and artists who have an emotional connection to the water are featured throughout — such as Murray Hilton and John Witizg’s 1970s surf nostalgia. Both suites have a collection of botanical and coral sea life sourced from the French markets, as well as charts from Collette’s family’s sailing journeys across the Indian Ocean. The balcony offers customised cane furniture in a relaxed setting for two.
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Now accessed through a private hallway adorned with John Witizg’s nostalgic Australian surf photography from the 1970s. Walking past a kitchenette and large dining table into the living room you have stunning ocean views towards the east, and north towards Jervis Bay. Comfortable linen sofas, hand printed cushions by textile designers such as Kathryn Ireland, Penny Morrison and Carolina Irving, wool rugs by Madeline Weinrib and Robyn Cosgrove, a fire place with marble mantle, wooden oak floorboards, then past wooden shutters and doors onto an extended balcony with antique Indian day bed filled with cushions, two sun lounges and customised cane furniture.
The bedroom features Schumacher fabrics, custom lamps and a chair Collette bought in the South of France hand covered in Belgium linen. The bathroom is real luxury featuring hand made vanities with Carrara marble, Perrin & Rowe tapware, a sizeable bathtub and shower, and heated floors. There is also a separate powder room. Australian photographers and artists, such as Martine Emdur and Hugh Stewart, who have an emotional connection to the water and the landscape are featured. Both suites have a collection of botanical and coral sea life sourced from the French markets, as well as charts from her family’s sailing journeys across the Indian Ocean.
MORE INFO + room prices
Per room, per night, per double. Maximum two adults (no children under 12). All room rates include a continental buffet breakfast. All rates are non-commissionable and subject to change.
Low Season – June, July, August
Shoulder Season – Everything else
Peak Season – Mid December - Mid January plus long weekends
Rooms start from $800 or alternatively you might like a Pavilion Penthouse starting at $600 p.n.