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Admiralty Apartments

Admiralty Apartments is Lord Howe Island’s newest luxury accommodation offering two spacious private self-contained apartments adjacent to the spectacular Neds Beach. Catering for couples, surrounded by spacious gardens and with luxurious styling and fittings, Admiralty Apartments has everything  you need to enjoy a fabulous Lord Howe Island experience.


There a only two private self-contained apartments with ocean views through a tropical palm forest. A private track from your apartment takes you on a one minute walk to Neds Beach.

All Rooms Feature:

  • Spacious open plan living/dining area opening onto a private deck
  • Comfortable lounge with chaise & Dining table with 4 chairs
  • 40 inch Ultra HD Smart TV and Full HD DVD Player + selection of DVD’s
  • Ceiling fans
  • Outdoor table and chairs, sun lounges & Cantilever umbrellas
  • Private BBQ
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Washing machine and dryer with option of clothes line
  • Double vanity
  • Large shower area
  • Luxurious deep soaking baths
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Stove top, Wall oven & Microwave
  • Coffee machine
  • Dishwasher

Luxurious One Bedroom Apartment:  Each apartment features an abundance of ‘little luxuries’ to make your stay just that little bit more comfortable and inviting. With a private balcony, kitchen, spacious living area, and a generous bathroom. Bedding is 1 King Bed or 2 Single Beds. The Maximum room capacity is 2 Adult.

Additional Information

Check-In & Check-out time matches flight times where possible

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For Expert Friendly Advice Call 1800 800 722 or (07) 333 78 555 or fill in the below form and you will be contacted by an experienced travel consultant.

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