Noonaweena wins prestigious Best Hosted Accommodation award

In Travel News by The H4C Team

We were always pretty huge fans of Noonaweena here at Holidays for Couples, and now we’ve got even more reason to love them. This luxury eco-retreat, nestled in the NSW Central Coast Hinterland, has recently been named as the Best Hosted Accommodation in the recent 2014 Hunter & Central Coast Awards for Excellence in Tourism. We’d like to take this opportunity to offer a HUGE congratulations to the dedicated team at Noonaweena!

It’s absolutely no wonder why – combining natural beauty and modern sophistication, Noonaweena is an example of an absolutely stunning (and romantic!) retreat, perfect for couples seeking a bit of seclusion on their honeymoon or romantic getaway. Just an hour’s drive north of Sydney, it’s a fantastic location for couples craving a short break, or a bit of an escape from the bustling city life.

You and your sweetheart will be able to feast your eyes on the pristine natural surrounds and magnificent views across Yengo National Park, with 100 acres at your disposal for all levels of play. The serene atmosphere isn’t at all broken up by your luxurious accommodation, either – four opulent dwellings, complete with five-star facilities, hide amongst the towering gums, vivid gardens and bright skies. 

Whether you choose Noonaweena for a romantic break, your honeymoon or wedding (that’s right – couples can tie the knot at this luxe locale), you’ll be revived and rejuvenated. The name ‘Noonaweena’ actually translates to ‘resting place in the bush’ – the team behind Noonaweena think this is pretty apt, and we’re inclined to agree! 

We think an experience at Noonaweena is a total must – especially now they’ve won the awards they deserve! 

Couples will love: Spending a romantic weekend on a couples luxury B&B retreat – it’s truly a retreat for couples wanting to get up close and personal with nature, luxury and a smattering of gourmet treats to tie the perfection together! B&B weekends start at $600 per couple for the full weekend. 

Visit Noonaweena online to discover more.