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Somerset Apartments, Lord Howe Island

Somerset Apartments on Lord Howe Island is situated on two hectares and has twenty-five self catering units with separate bedroom from the living area, gives you the sense of space. The units are nestled in sub tropical palm groves with splashes of colour from the exotic Hawaiian hibiscus and fragrant frangipani. Our well planned grounds with tracks leading through the palms and gardens gives a feeling of seclusion and tropical mystery.

Somerset was established in 1946 on part of the original Thompson estate that stretched from the lagoon to Neds Beach.

Accommodation Options

Studio Unit

This room is ideal for single occupancy. Private ensuite bathroom, basic kitchenette with electric frypan, kettle and microwave for basic self catering. BBQ facilities are located on the property for usage by guests.

Standard One Bedroom Unit

Comfortable accommodation suitable for 3 adults triple share or 2 adults twin share

Superior One Bedroom Unit

One bedroom with a queen bed and a single bed

Standard Two Bedroom Unit

This room is ideal for families and can accommodation up to 2 adults and 3 children

Superior Three Bedroom Unit

Ideal for families or groups as this room can sleep up to 6 guests

Activities at Somerset Apartments, Lord Howe Island

  • Surfing
  • Swimming – 11 beaches
  • Diving
  • Snorkelling
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Rock Fishing
  • Shore Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Bushwalking
  • Hiking – Mt Gower 875 metres
  • SPA Treatments
  • Hand Fish feeding at Neds Beach
  • Birdwatching
  • Reef Walks
  • Glass Bottom Boat Rides
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Bowls
  • Bicycle Rides
  • Picnics

Other Inclusions at Somerset Apartments

  • Fridge
  • Microwave oven and cookware
  • Toaster
  • Electric jug
  • Crockery and cutlery
  • Coffee plunger
  • Television
  • Radio
  • Hairdryer
  • Insect screens
  • Fans
  • Electric blankets
  • All linen
  • Bath and beach towels
  • Back packs
  • Water bottles

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