Suagrloaf Point Lighthouse Cottages Seal Rocks

Sugarloaf Lighthouse Cottages Seal Rocks

If you have yet to stay in a lighthouse keeper’s cottage, you should indulge yourself with a stay at the historical Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse.

The precinct offers 3 fully equipped refurbished heritage cottages located at the northern tip of the Myall Lakes National Park, which boasts a stunning coastline.

Head Keeper’s Cottage – This charming cottage has three bedrooms to sleep 8. The bedding configuration is one bedroom with a queen bed, and two bedrooms with a queen and single bed. The bathroom has a separate shower and bathtub.

Assistant Keeper’s Cottage – These two comfortable cottages (North and South) each have two bedrooms to sleep 6. The bedding configuration is one bedroom with a queen bed, and one bedroom with a queen and single trundle bed. The living room also has a sofa bed.

Nearby Things To Do – Treachery Headland walking track offers impressive views of Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, the rocky headland and the coastline. A short walk takes you on a journey through the park’s coastal rainforest and to the grassy headland where stunning views await. A sidetrack off the main one will take you down to the white sands of the secluded Treachery Beach. It’s a great spot for fishing and surfing. Just a short walk to the grassy headland is the perfect vantage point for whale and dolphin spotting. You can also see whales and dolphins from the comfort and privacy of your cottage.

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Suagrloaf Point Lighthouse Cottages Seal Rocks

If you have yet to stay in a lighthouse keeper’s cottage, you should indulge yourself with a stay at the historical Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse.

The precinct offers 3 fully equipped refurbished heritage cottages located at the northern tip of the Myall Lakes National Park, which boasts a stunning coastline.

Head Keeper’s Cottage – This charming cottage has three bedrooms to sleep 8. The bedding configuration is one bedroom with a queen bed, and two bedrooms with a queen and single bed. The bathroom has a separate shower and bathtub.

Assistant Keeper’s Cottage – These two comfortable cottages (North and South) each have two bedrooms to sleep 6. The bedding configuration is one bedroom with a queen bed, and one bedroom with a queen and single trundle bed. The living room also has a sofa bed.

Nearby Things To Do – Treachery Headland walking track offers impressive views of Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, the rocky headland and the coastline. A short walk takes you on a journey through the park’s coastal rainforest and to the grassy headland where stunning views await. A sidetrack off the main one will take you down to the white sands of the secluded Treachery Beach. It’s a great spot for fishing and surfing. Just a short walk to the grassy headland is the perfect vantage point for whale and dolphin spotting. You can also see whales and dolphins from the comfort and privacy of your cottage.

Steph

We stayed for a week in the Lighthouse Cottages (Assistant Keepers North Cottage). I don’t really know where to start with this review as it was just an amazing, beautiful, special place to stay.

The Cottage is beautifully renovated and has everything that you could need including a Nespresso machine and pods to go with it. Extremely comfortable couch and beds and all new furniture.

We swam at Boat Beach just down the hill from the cottages and seal rocks beach. Both beautiful swimming beaches. We also drove to Forster which was a good surf beach.

In the afternoons we would come back to the cottage from the beach and sit on the verandah where there would be a lovely ocean breeze and amazing views straight over the Beach and the ocean. We saw a Goanna lizard walking across the front yard of the cottage on day and an Owl landed on the back verandah and looked in at us watching TV one night. All we could hear in the morning was the ocean breaking on the beach and birds chirping. Totally relaxing.

We felt really special to be able to stay in this amazing and unique place and I couldn’t recommend it enough. thanks to Julie for such amazing hospitality. Stephanie Knight

Jan 27

Renske Kleinsmann

Dear sealrocks staff, can you please reach out to me directly regarding my reservation in september? The phone number no longer seems to work, and i also didn’t receive a response to my emails. thank you,

Jul 30

Karen & Jason Cooper

Breathtaking views!!
We enjoyed the walk along the treelined path to the Lighthouse Cottages, the short section from the cottages to the Lighthouse is quite steep but managable, even with young children.
Next time we’d love to stay at the cottages and explore more of the area.

Jul 14

Giovanni Mattioni

Magnificent view, a little paradise.
The lighthouse is small and there are not so many things to see, but the important thing is the grandiosity of what you see.

Nov 22

Catherine Owers

Pretty spectacular views, not a casual walk but worth the effort. Went here on sunset, cold and windy in august. You can only drive to a certain point then park the car at the bottom of a 1.2km return track that only people that stay at the accommodation can drive on.

Aug 13
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