Remote island retreat off the Australian coast

Capella Lodge is located on a remote island retreat positioned in blissful solitude on Lord Howe Island, lying 370 miles east of the Australian coast. Enjoy lagoon, forest, and mountain views from your beachside hut. The lodge is a magical place with breathtaking scenery, jagged mountains, turquoise lagoons, isolated beaches, remote trails and untouched reefs.

Lying in the azure waters of the South Pacific, Lord Howe Island is a UNESCO accredited World Heritage Site. Find knotted subtropical forest playing host to rare birds and reptiles as well as the lesser-spotted hiker. Look closely across protected coral reefs and you might see the splash of a snorkeler’s flipper.

The spacious, light filled interiors are beach house chic, with timber floors, marine ply joinery and luxe organic finishes combined with kentia-themed custom furnishings to create a relaxed contemporary style and streamlined luxury. Reflecting the sheer rise of the mountainous cliffs beyond, basalt stone is featured in the striking ensuite bathrooms, an oversized rain shower and island-inspired Capella Spa toiletries invite guests to relax and revitalize.

The open and airy lodge blends in nicely with the landscape in bleached wood and glass. A clever, contemporary architectural design features an open-plan bar, restaurant and lounge to create an easy living, flow-through feel; skillion roofs and floor to ceiling windows welcome the outside in. There are a total of nine suites; the beach hut style lodge includes a spa, restaurant, and outdoor pool to relax in after a day of discoveries.

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