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Arajilla Lodge, Lord Howe Island

Arajilla Lodge offers a tranquil haven, nestled between lush mountain pastures and the crystal blue waters of Old Settlement Beach, at the sheltered northern end of Lord Howe Island.

Arajilla’s idyllic setting, luxury suites and family apartments, and superb dining provide the perfect base from which to enjoy everything Lord Howe has to offer.

Accommodation Options

Kentia Suites

One bedroom suites with separate living, private decks, ceiling fans and well equipped kitchenettes that include microwave and twin hotplates.

Banyan Suites

The Banyan Suites include a separate Mezzanine bedroom. This arrangement gives guests a larger living area and even greater privacy. These suites also include private decks, ceiling fans and kitchenettes. The bathrooms are equipped with baths.

Family Apartments

Each two-bedroom apartment is fully self-contained with two bathrooms, separate living, ceiling fans and BBQ areas. Each apartment can accommodate up to four adults, or two adults and up to 3 children.

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