Turtles Playground, Warm, welcoming Huskisson accommodation.

With a very secluded and tranquil feel, it’s impossible not to feel instantly relaxed when you step inside Turtles Playground at Sandholme Guesthouse. This lovely guestroom is ideal for a romantic getaway, or for couples simply wanting to escape the hectic pace of city life.

Enjoy a glass of wine in your room, or relax in the large two-person spa, gazing up through the skylight into the open air. Admire the original Australian artwork scattered throughout your room, and after a long day exploring the Jervis Bay region, relax on your plush, king-size bed for a lovely, uninterrupted snooze.


Why choose Turtles guestroom?

  • Original artworks. Amazing, detailed pencil sketches of Australian marsupials by Jon Lawrence give the room a very warm, traditional Australian character, and sets Sandholme apart from any other Huskisson holiday house or Jervis Bay rental accommodation. Be sure to watch the wombat’s eyes!
  • Privacy. Turtles Playground is the most secluded of the Sandholme guestrooms and provides a real sense of isolation and comfort.
  • Pampering. Relax in the two-person private spa and enjoy a glass of champagne while looking up through the skylight at the stars twinkling above.
  • Spacious. This large, open room faces north east, so you can enjoy the soothing sound of the waves caressing Huskisson Beach, just 300 metres away. There is plenty of room for a couple, with an alcove a sofa lounge and a table, perfect for relaxing with a book or sitting with a glass of wine.
  • Comfort. Enjoy air-conditioning and a luxurious king-size ensemble bed (or twin singles, available on request) with pillow top mattress, crisp white sheets, soft and firm pillows, electric blanket and feather down doona.
  • Convenience. Your suite includes a fridge, plenty of storage, as well as an iron and ironing board. And the bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer, towels, face washers and complimentary soaps.
  • Entertainment. This plush suite also includes a flat screen TV and in-house movies.