Reflections Holiday Parks has announced the launch of a collection of chic new Tiny Homes across their NSW coastal parks, including Byron Bay, Jimmy’s Beach, Moonee Beach, and Ferry Reserve. A hot trend for holiday-goers, Tiny Homes gives travellers the opportunity to experience a unique space while escaping to nature.
Proving that good things come in small packages, the new Tiny Homes pack plenty of creature comforts efficiently into these boutique accommodation options. The fully equipped space offers a light-filled lounge area, kitchenette with a microwave oven, cooktop and dishwasher, and modern ensuite that leads into a cosy bedroom with a double or queen bed, ample storage and a TV, ensuring a comfortable, convenient and stylish stay.
These luxurious Tiny Homes also feature air conditioning and a ceiling fan, providing guests with year-round comfort. Relax on the sun-drenched outside deck overlooking the gorgeous scenes of the NSW coast, an idyllic spot to kick back and enjoy the serenity. Perfect for couples, friends, or solo travellers, the cabins sleep two and are even dog friendly at Ferry Reserve and Moonee Beach.
With a smaller footprint, these compact cabins leave more space for the stunning environment they are situated in, allowing holiday-goers to get closer to nature and rest assured that their stay is sustainable. If travellers do use the air conditioner, the compact nature of Tiny Homes means they use far less power to heat or cool. Featuring expansive windows that let in plenty of natural light, guests hardly need to switch on the lights during the day. Built using a reduced carbon footprint, these tiny homes were built with nature in mind in more ways than one.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO, Nick Baker commented, “Reflections will invest around $4.8 million* in another 25 eco-tiny homes for its coastal and country holiday parks, with the aim of having them ready for guests by the end of July this year. We are looking at iconic coastal locations like Scotts Head, Jimmy’s Beach, Shaws Bay, Terrace Reserve and Bermagui, as well as further inland at Lake Keepit near Tamworth and Lake Glenbawn just 15 minutes out of Scone. Our Tiny Homes are a cosy way to recharge after your days exploring the countryside and they offer a simplicity of travel in a unique, stunning, modern accommodation type. Our tiny homes, like all of our accommodation including deluxe cabins, villas and glamping stays, showcase the surrounding natural landscape as the hero of your holiday.” *(Exact figure $4.762 million)
Caring for 36 holiday parks and 43 nature reserves located on 22,954 acres of Crown land, Reflections Holiday Parks take pride in providing travellers with a nature-filled stay surrounded by Australian wildlife. Reflections also reinvest profits into the nature reserves on behalf of the people of NSW allowing guests to feel a sense of giving back when staying.
In February, booking prices for the Tiny Homes at Reflections holiday parks start from the following:
- Moonee Beach: from $156 a night on weekdays and from $219 on weekend
- Jimmy’s Beach: from $162 a night weekdays and from $244 on weekends
- Ferry Reserve: from $186 a night on weekdays and from $216 on weekends
- Byron Bay: from $285 a night on weekdays and from $329 on the weekends
For more information or to book your next Tiny Home adventure at Reflections Holiday Parks visit reflectionsholidayparks.com.au.