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The Captains Retreat And Foc’sle, Kingscote

The Captains Retreat and Foc’sle is a centrally located, non hosted, fully equipped bed and breakfast establishment, within walking distance to all Kingscote‘s facilities and tour bases. Consisting of a two bedroom cottage (The Captain’s Retreat) and a one bedroom detached dwelling at the rear of the property (The Foc’sle).

The Captains Retreat and Foc’sle accommodates six people if booked as one entity (two doubles and two singles) or as two separate residences. The Captains Retreat sleeps four (one double and two singles), The Foc’sle sleeping two people. Provisions for a continental and cooked breakfast are supplied in The Captains Retreat and a continental breakfast in The Foc’sle. We pride ourselves in old fashioned hospitality where our guests come first and we will endeavour to make your visit to Kangaroo Island a memorable one.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed and two single beds.


One queen size bed.

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