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Aloha Apartments, hotel in Burnt Pine

Aloha Apartments offers fully self-contained modern apartments in the heart of Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island’s shopping and café district.

Location was excellent close to everything
9.1
Scored 9.1
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
59 reviews
Price from$156.83per night
Cumberland Resort & Spa, hotel in Burnt Pine

Centrally located in the heart of Burnt Pine, Cumberland Resort and Spa is an intimate boutique resort set in tropical gardens.

Great
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very Good
Rated very good
105 reviews
Price from$223.38per night
Ferny Lane House, hotel in Burnt Pine

Ferny Lane House is set in Burnt Pine and offers a garden and a terrace. With garden views, this accommodations offers a patio.

9.3
Scored 9.3
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
13 reviews
Price from$272.95per night
Auwas Island Holiday Home, hotel in Burnt Pine

Auwas Island Holiday home is a large standalone 3 bedroom house set close to the Norfolk Island National Park in a private setting. It has views from the balcony down the valley.

Perfect place to relax
9.4
Scored 9.4
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
20 reviews
Price from$236.60per night
Tranquility At Cascade, hotel in Burnt Pine

Providing a garden, Tranquility At Cascade features accommodations in Cascade. This vacation home provides free private parking and free shuttle service.

9.2
Scored 9.2
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
8 reviews
Price from$251.14per night
Seaview Norfolk Island, hotel in Burnt Pine

Set on a lovely 7-acre property with impressive ocean views, Seaview Norfolk Island offers an outdoor pool. Seaview Norfolk Island is 6 minutes’ drive from Norfolk Island Golf Club and Kingston Jetty....

The location was excellent with a beautiful view and the common kitchen was very convenient.
7.7
Scored 7.7
Good
Rated good
125 reviews
Paradise Hotel & Resort, hotel in Burnt Pine

Set on 11 acres of lovely tropical gardens, Paradise Hotel & Resort features an outdoor pool, massage services and a restaurant. It offers rooms with a private terrace.

Friendly staff and location
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
60 reviews
Castaway Norfolk Island, hotel in Burnt Pine

Offering a breakfast cafe and bar featuring a fireplace, the centrally located Castaway Norfolk Island is within 5 minutes' walk of Burnt Pine's shops and services.

8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
5 reviews
The Ridge, hotel in Burnt Pine

Offering self-contained accommodations with free on-site parking, The Ridge is just 3 minutes' drive from Emily Bay Beach. All accommodations features a balcony with outdoor furniture.

Friendly greeting at the airport and escorted to the accommodation, check in was fluent and without issue. Phil and Tennille were extremely friendly and helpful. Accommodation was in a peaceful spot yet only two minutes' drive to the town center
9.1
Scored 9.1
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
96 reviews
Endeavour Lodge, hotel in Burnt Pine

Located on Norfolk Island, Endeavor Lodge offers luxurious self-catering apartments with ocean view. Guests can relax and enjoy the sunset from their spacious private veranda.

The view was spectacular! The accommodtion spacious and clean . Rooms were of a good size. Bathroom modern with walkin shower. Kitchen with all the facilities required and a great balcony for early morning breakfasts . The property gives you a mobile phone to use with a $5 credit . Very handy as the australian mobile connection does not work on Norfolk . You would have to buy a sim . Great bonus !
9.6
Scored 9.6
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
100 reviews
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What Guests Said About Burnt Pine:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    Five adults reunited for our week trip to Norfolk Island

    Five adults reunited for our week trip to Norfolk Island The house suited us perfectly with private bedrooms and two bathrooms. Everything was provided. More than just a starter kit. Wayne and Ian from NIHH looked after us. Our 6 seater Subaru was great. Definitely recommend this house. It’s in a nice rural part and close to Burnt Pine shops.
    Ray
    Australia
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Simply stunning. Not much else one can say.

    Simply stunning. Not much else one can say. Roads are crappy, but safe. Take liquor from your departure duty-free as it's fearsome expensive on the Island. Make sure you have a hire car as there's lots to see. Many tours available but we very happily did our own thing and were rewarded for it.
    John
    Australia
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    7 days is quite sufficient to see and do everything at Burnt...

    7 days is quite sufficient to see and do everything at Burnt Pine. Food is quite expensive and fruit and vegetables aren’t always available at the supermarkets. It’s a good idea to bring rice, pasta, tuna, biscuits, spreads, butter, cheese etc. as everything is quite expensive one the island. You can buy local fish but it is frozen. There are a variety of shops with some bargains to be had if you look hard enough. Hiring a car is a must so you can drive yourself around and explore all the sights and go to town for supplies.
    Mary
    Australia
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Very central to everything on the Island.

    Very central to everything on the Island. Close to main streets, pick up points for the various tours we did. Lovely relaxing area with lots of scenery, wildlife, excellent photo opportunities and close to lots of tourist attractions. Our most enjoyable days were being part of the tours. We did the introductory tour that tells you about the history and shows you some of the places of interest. Our driver was very comical and informative. Thoroughly enjoyed this great into to Norfolk Island. We also did a taste testing tour visiting some of the local farms/growers and then we did a progressive dinner was very delicious, excellent sized servings, very friendly and generous host families for every course (3 courses).
    Patricia
    Australia
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    We had trouble booking restaurants as food was in short...

    We had trouble booking restaurants as food was in short supply whilst we were there. Also the cost of any food that was available was very expensive. The Bowling Club we found to be the best place for a decent meal at a reasonable price. The Homestead restaurant was a big disappointment. It was very expensive and we sent three steak meals back because it was very tough. The Chef was offhand and would not admit it was poor quality meat from NZ. He did offer us another meal of our choice but it too was very ordinary, considering the price. The entree of pate with sourdough was very nice. Very friendly people in town and very helpful, even though they're going through an extremely tough time with supply ships being delayed. Enjoyed the history and museums very much in Kingston.
    stuart
    Australia
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    The best things were the relaxed vibe on the whole island,...

    The best things were the relaxed vibe on the whole island, where people don't lock their doors and the locals are very friendly. There is plenty to do from exploring beautiful nature all around the island to learning about Australia's history
    Susanne
    Australia