Owners of Castaway Norfolk Island accommodation

Tony and Sarah Watts

About Castaway Norfolk Island accommodation  …  Castaway Norfolk Island is owned and run by Sarah and Tony Watts who have undertaken an extensive refurbishment program to present the island’s newest addition to its accommodation offerings.  Built in the 1970s by Sarah’s grandfather, Ken Prentice, The Castaway, as it then was, had a long and illustrious life as one of Norfolk’s cherished accommodation houses.  Sarah and Tony have taken on the rejuvenation of this Norfolk icon as a personal challenge and Castaway Norfolk Island has flourished under their energetic approach.

Sarah, Tony, little Stella and schnoodle, Pepsi, make Castaway Norfolk Island your home away from home when you holiday on Norfolk Island.  It is an oasis of calm in the centre of Norfolk Island.

The Castaway is a 20 room boutique property located in the heart of Burnt Pine.  All rooms are a stylish, modern design with garden views. The property features an onsite restaurant/bar, and covered deck overlooking the valley.

Hotel Rooms:  There are 10 hotel style rooms with walk-in showers, and private balconies with sea and island views, fully serviced Monday to Saturday.

Self-contained Apartments: There are nine 1 bedroom (interconnecting available) and one 2 bedroom self-contained apartments, fully serviced Monday to Saturday, overlooking beautifully landscaped gardens and one of Norfolk’s best Banyan trees.

Mobility Option:  The 3 mobility apartments are located next to the restaurant with a disabled shower, and easy access to the car park.

Facilities  

  • Rooms fully serviced Monday to Saturday
  • Restaurant open daily for breakfast
  • Bar open daily from 4pm. Foxtel available in the bar. Board games 

    Continental Breakfast

    Hotel Room

    Fitness Room

  • Restaurant open selected evenings for A La Carte blackboard menu 
  • WIFI Hotspot
  • Fitness Centre
  • Meeting room
  • Complimentary guest laundry with clothes line
  • Views of Phillip Island
  • One of the largest banyan trees on the island