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Saturday 4 November 2023

New lodges take luxury to higher levels

So you fancy a luxury nature escape?

The Lodges at Bells at Killcare might be just up your street.

The latest venture for Karina and Brian Barry, the trendsetting couple behind Bells at Killcare, features four new luxury lodges at Bouddi National Park on the NSW Central Coast.

The tri-level lodges are situated in a place where five waterways converge, "creating an ambience that rejuvenates the body, soul, and spirit".

On the ground level of each lodge, there will be two bedrooms with underfloor heating, an indoor rain-shower, and a freestanding bath, along with a private pool, double day beds and an outdoor rain room along with a poolside barbecue and al fresco dining area.

The second level is designed for entertaining and relaxation with a fully equipped kitchen, open-plan dining and living areas with a large-screen television, stocked bar and larder, and a fireplace. This level opens onto a wrap-around terrace.

The third level, the Sunset Deck, offers views of Bouddi National Park, Broken Bay, Palm Beach, the Hawkesbury River and, in the distance, the Sydney skyline.

Just a short walk away is Bells' on-site restaurant, The Wild Flower Bar and Dining, along with Bells Day Spa.

Premium lodge inclusions are: daily hot breakfast, nightly three-course à la carte dinner, or, chef's tasting menu, in-lodge premium bar, snacks and lunch provisions from Bells Bakery & Larder, complimentary arrival cocktail, wifi, parking for two cars, room service and use of mountain bikes. 

Rates start from $750 per person, per night, based on four guests.

Bookings for The Lodges are available now to stay from February 1, 2024

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