Norfolk Island Accommodation Christians Norfolk Island Accommodation

Indulge in Norfolk Island 's most awarded luxury accommodation, Christian's of Bucks Point. This beautifully restored island home was originally built in 1914 by Cornelius Christian, a direct descendant of Fletcher Christian the bounty mutineer.

Situated on over two acres of land overlooking Ball Bay and Philip Island, this 4.5 star AAA rated home, constructed mainly of convict-milled Norfolk Pine, awaits you with it's warm and peaceful atmosphere, created over many years of island hospitality.

Front house at Christian's of Bucks Point

This self-contained property will be exclusively yours, perfect for a romantic escape for two or ideal for a large family or corporate group of up to six.

There are three private bedrooms (Queen with ensuite, king, and double) and two additional bathrooms, fully equipped country style kitchen/dining room, lounge room, sitting room and designated office for the working traveler.

It contains the added convenience and comfort of electric blankets, internal laundry, hair-dryers, IDD telephone, computer and internet, fax and photo copier. Experience the luxury of all modern facilities, including a Bose theatre surround sound system, satellite TV, video and DVD player. Or simply relax on the veranda with a bottle of complimentary champagne and enjoy the wonderful ocean view and charming secluded surrounds. Car hire is included for the full duration of stay (petrol and compulsory insurance additional). A comprehensive range of wedding packages are also available.

View over ocean from Christian's of Bucks Point

Much of the timber (including the kitchen floor boards) is from original convict buildings having been well preserved by the original method of soaking in salt water. Some of the original furniture remains. Every effort has been taken to preserve the home's early 1900's charm.

The orchard to the rear of the home has a number of fruit trees from which we encourage guests to pick when the fruit is in season. At the front of the house is a beautiful rose bush, transplanted from the historical Kingston area about 80 years ago.