Our family spends a lot of time at this gorgeous Bed and Breakfast in the pretty Jervis Bay town of Huskisson, but we don’t actually stay here ever.
‘Why’s that?’ I hear you ask.
Well, Kate and Steve, who run Huskisson Bed &Breakfast are very old friends. They’re the kids’ honorary aunty and uncle, and Kate’s my Aussie sister.
Kate and Steve and I met when we all worked at BBC Scotland in the early 1990’s. This was before Kate and Steve’s eyes had met during a wet and windy Stornaway filming trip.
This was back in the days I was a loveless spinster with cats.
We all turned up back in Australia at the same time. Kate and Steve made a massive sea change, from the glam world of TV in Sydney to the busy world of the B&B in Husky. They still do make the odd film though.
Anyway, Huskisson B&B is the only one which really welcomes children young and old.
Kate and Steve often have families staying and so I thought I’d give blog readers a wee tour through the B&B.
If you’re looking for a more relaxing holiday than the general beach house stay, where cooking and cleaning must be done, this B&B might be for you and your family.
N.B If you’re looking for a romantic (or at least adult!) getaway, then do read on. All rooms are well separated and sound proofed so any families staying shouldn’t be a disturbance to you.
All photos are by Steve, by the way. He knows his stuff.
Reasons to stay at Huskisson Bed & Breakfast
- It’s unique style, all the rooms are painted white and look very special.
- The beachside feel of it, even though it’s not right on the beach.
- It’s only five minutes walk to the fabulously retro Huskisson Pictures.
- It’s only six minutes walk from Owen Street, the heart of Huski, with it’s beaut cafes and quaint and quirky shops.
- Kate and Steve are warm and expert hosts who can help you make the most of your stay.
- Huskisson B&B has been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence five years in a row.
- Tripadvisor recent reviews are here, have a read.
- All rooms have super comfy queen beds, I know cos I’ve lain down on them.
- All the bathrooms have claw-footed baths. Big sigh….
- Wifi is free!
- The house’s sense of history, it was built in 1913; Kate and Steve can tell you all about it.
- It’s right across the road from the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum.
- The guest sitting-room has a cosy wood fire and is full of interesting objects, ask Kate about them.
- It’s luxurious but feels like home too, and the price tag is not exorbitant.
- Specials runs most of the year, mid-week escapes are very well priced. Check specials here.
Huskisson B&B is not waterfront, but it’s within easy walking distance to the Huskisson beaches which are gorgeous. It’s only a short drive to Vincentia’s beaches and to the dazzling white sands of Hyams Beach and Booderee National Park.
There is no kitchen for cooking your own meals but guests have use of a microwave and fridge for warming up babyfood or takeout etc. For me, this is not a drawback as it would means a real ‘no house-work’ holiday.
My 25 Things To Do in Jervis Bay With Kids post is here.
Now then, if you stay with Kate and Steve, do let me know.
With a bit of luck we might all be able to have a cuppa on that divine verandah.
Happy escape planning,