Bundeena Beach House - Holderns Beach
Bundeena was our second stop on a two week tour over Christmas and New Year 2017/2018, with five days booked in a beach-house in Bundeena. It was a long drive from Thredbo, around six hours and 600 kms through the Kosiuszko National Park and into the Royal National Park to reach Bundeena. A most scenic journey albeit long.
I’d spent many weeks looking online for beach-side accommodation on the coast, North East of Thredbo, where we’d spent Christmas in the mountains, for the second leg of our Christmas holiday. Eventually I’d settled on booking five days at the Waves B&B in Bundeena, that I'd found on the Stayz website.
We left Thredbo on Boxing Day, and made our way up to Bundeena. I’d no idea what to expect of Bundeena or the accommodation. Bundeena itself is in the Royal National Park, just a small seaside village with a couple of shops and a restaurant.
I was apprehensive as to what the accommodation would be like, as you can read all the reviews you like online, but it’s a personal thing, so I was slightly worried! And the B&B in the description made it sound a little 1980's! As it turns out there was no need to be worried at all. As we were being shown around the beach-house, I can remember looking back at Sam, opening my mouth wide, basically saying this is unreal and how lucky are we!
The name Waves Beachside Accommodation B&B belies just what this accommodation is! It’s a large studio, in fact huge, with kitchen and bathroom. It’s exquisitely decorated and furnished, you would call it designer boutique, with works of art adorning the walls and floors, furnished with high quality designer pieces.