Inspired by the carefree spirit of the Australian beach house, Capella Lodge has nine contemporary, island-styled suites designed to reflect Lord Howe’s pristine natural environment. Capella Lodge is the only island accommodation that offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and towering twin peaks, Mounts Gower and Lidgbird. Spacious, light-filled interiors feature stylishly appointed king beds, custom furnishings, artworks and private decks that together create a feeling of relaxed, understated luxury. View and download our lodge facts and rates.


The Capella Suite features high ceilings with a beach house feel, offering cameo views of the ocean and mountains with kentia palms waving outside.

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The Lagoon Loft is a mezzanine style suite with king bedroom, private deck with hot tub and stunning views over the reef-fringed lagoon.

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Perfect for a small family or friends travelling together, the dual level Catalina Suite offers two bedrooms and bathrooms, decks on both levels and hot tub.

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Inspired by the seafaring days of Lord Howe, this premium mezzanine suite draws mesmerising views of Lord Howe’s postcard twin peaks, Mounts Gower and Lidgbird.

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The superlative Lidgbird Pavilion is truly awe-inspiring and is a popular choice for a special occasion, with wrap around verandahs capturing panoramic views of ocean and mountains.

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Barefoot luxury

With clear views over the Pacific Ocean and the world’s southern-most coral reef, Capella Lodge rests above Lord Howe Island’s tiny, secret beach at Lovers Bay and at the foot of the imperious twin peaks, Mounts Gower and Lidgbird.

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Heaven sent

The petite Capella Spa indulges body and soul. A signature menu of rejuvenating and relaxation treatments embraces the island’s endemic kentia palms and marine environment.


Unforgettable Encounters

With Capella Lodge as one’s own basecamp, guests take to walking tracks to explore subtropical forests and white-sanded beaches, discover remote rocky coves alive with magnificent birdlife or valleys brimming with ancient plants.

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