Love Spicers Retreats? Travellers can now look forward to staying in its all-new portfolio of spectacular holiday homes.
Inspired by the demand for luxury, nature-based getaways, Spicers Retreats has launched Private Collection by Spicers, a portfolio of breathtaking holiday homes in Australia’s most iconic locations.
Whether you’re dreaming of a spectacular beach house located mere steps from the water’s edge, a superyacht making its way around some of our most spectacular islands or a tranquil chalet perched atop a lush mountain, each of the privately owned properties are designed to evoke a sense of place and peace. The settings might be luxurious, but that’s not the be-all and end-all here. In fact, each Private Collection by Spicers property is beautifully appointed with luxury amenities and personalised touches, serving up the ultimate holiday home experiences.
Each Private Collection by Spicers property is beautifully appointed with luxury amenities and personalised touches.
Six unique properties are already available to book, but Spicers plan to have more than 50 private homes in the Collection within the next 24 months with retreat-style offerings coming to market in locations such as Hamilton Island, the Barossa and Port Douglas.
Keep checking Spicers Retreats in the coming months to see what’s available to book. In the meantime, here are four that are ready to play their role in providing the ultimate backdrop for your next holiday.
1. Asgard House, Sunshine Coast Hinterland
2. First Point, Noosa
3. Phoenix One Superyacht
4. Mt French Lodge, Scenic Rim
Asgard House, Sunshine Coast
In Norse mythology, Asgard is the fortified house of the gods in the sky. Floating in the pool with views to the Glasshouse Mountains and sea you certainly wonder if you are in the sky.
Fancy a taste of the best our Sunshine State has to offer?
Designed to make the most of the sumptuous views of the Glasshouse mountains, the outdoor lounge at Asgard House.
Asgard House, a striking home located 400 metres above sea level and perched atop a Sunshine Coast Hinterland Glasshouse mountain, will delight with its sweeping mountain views as well as its amenities.
With only eagles as neighbours, you can make enjoy scenic views straight from your bathtub.
The five-bedroom, four-bathroom property features a private helipad, pool and media room with state-of-the-art technology and a private concierge service.
Asgard House is equipped with an elegant indoor kitchen, as well as an outdoor kitchen if you feel like an alfresco dinner. You can also make your way to The Long Apron, located just down the road.
For that ultimate retreat feel, priority bookings can also be organised at Spa Anise at Spicers Tamarind Retreat, as well as at hatted restaurants nearby such as The Long Apron.
The master bedroom at Asgard house.
Best of all, the space is entirely yours. Your only neighbours? A family of eagles unlikely to share your pool (or their opinions) and a wonderland of (endangered) birdwing butterflies.
First Point, Noosa
There’s no better access to the beach in Noosa than First Point.
For those who prefer uninterrupted ocean views and direct beach access, First Point delivers what could arguably be one of the most highly sought-after spots in Noosa.
The deck at First Point makes the most of the beach views.
Situated overlooking beautiful Little Cove, First Point has three beautifully appointed bedrooms and three bathrooms, a pool, concierge service and a spacious deck with a barbecue to make the most of the sun.
A bedroom at First Point, Noosa has uninterrupted views of Little Cove and the sea.
Happily, while direct access to Noosa National Park and its many walking trails is a unique feature, it’s also only moments away from the dining and shopping precinct of Hastings Street, so the property really does have something for everyone.
A beach retreat as it should be, the summer styling of the living room at First Point, Noosa.
That said, the only noise you’ll hear from First Point is of the gentle stirrings of nature, providing you with a sense of place.
Phoenix One Superyacht
Plain Sailing Luxury
Superyachts and Australia’s coastline – has there ever been a better match?
Phoenix One seen here in the Whitsundays. She comes with all the toys you would expect to make a memorable holiday.
It’s a question to ponder endlessly as you explore the beauty of some of our country’s most pristine, untouched regions onboard Phoenix One, a 35-metre Benetti-designed superyacht.
Breakfast lunch or sunset drinks on the top deck of Phoenix One gives you even better views of the sea all around.
Whether you’re interested in experiencing the best of the Great Barrier Reef or prefer the rugged coastal terrain of The Kimberley, Phoenix One ensures you experience it in style, offering four luxurious staterooms, seasonally inspired cuisine and spacious upper and lower deck spaces.
The VIP stateroom on board The Collection’s Superyacht, Phoenix One.
Of course, every postcard-perfect moment is created carefully by a world-class crew so you’ll never have to lift a finger.
Alfresco dining on board Phoenix One.
Fancy exploring the Whitsundays on your own private jet ski or enjoying the local Northern Territory wildlife from the comfort of your heated outdoor spa?
When life on a superyacht gets too much, then it’s time for a jacuzzi.
Phoenix One has got it all, from a saloon with 1000+ movie library, waterslide and BBQ to a range of watersports equipment including stand-up paddle boards and that aforementioned jet ski. Kids over the age of 12 are welcome.
Indoor dining onboard Phoenix One.
Mt French Lodge, Scenic Rim
Elegance is the name of the game with Mt French Lodge, an exclusive mountainside getaway overlooking the spectacular Scenic Rim.
Escape to the country at Mt French Lodge, just an hour from Brisbane.
Location, location, location – or so the saying goes – and while the lodge certainly delivers with its sweeping views across the valley to the mountains, it’s the finer details that make this property one of the country’s best.
Instant destress – arriving at Mt French Lodge with sweeping views of the Scenic Rim.
Featuring four luxuriously appointed two-storey suites (each with its own fireplace and en suite), a pool large enough to train off-season Olympic swimmers, helipad, gourmet kitchen, lawn tennis and a range of walking trails, at Mt French Lodge, you can do as much – or as little as you like.
All four suites at Mt French Lodge have their own fireplace and sumptuous vies of the bucolic Scenic rim.
A concierge service is included and there is also the option to call in a professional chef to cater for your group during your stay. Mt French Lodge sleeps a maximum of eight and is located only an hour’s drive from Brisbane.
You deserve a hassle-free break so have a private chef make your dinner at Mt French Lodge.
Find your perfect holiday home at Private Collection by Spicers.