The Boathouse at Palm Beach is a lovely spot for breakfast and lunch. The interiors have always been an inspiration … the owner has a wonderful eye and I have been known to stalk him at the flower markets at Flemington to get a beat on his suppliers. Probably shouldn’t admit to that but hey a girl has to find her grand arrangements somewhere.
The team at The Boathouse have expanded, they have various other eateries and the latest addition is The Boathouse Interior Store at Palm Beach. This is where you buy your holiday house flotsam and jetsam.
I don’t have a holiday house but I do like the look of this plater …. maybe without the shells. Also thought the linen shopping bags looked like a good buy.
I dropped in the other day while heading home from a visit to Pittwater. They also sell online if you are not up for the trek to the Peninsular.
This is what they say about themselves
The Boathouse Group began in 2007 with our Palm Beach cafe, established by Pip Robb and Andrew Goldsmith.The Group currently offers three flagship Boathouse cafes, a local cafe bakery concept called Whale Beach Deli, a collection of wedding and event venues, as well as a homewares and interiors store called The Boathouse Home, located near our first site in Palm Beach. Our newest edition to the group is The Patonga Beach Hotel. This new venue is to become
The Boathouse Hotel Patonga next year after a small refurbishment. It will be our first venue on the Central Coast, a 1.5 hour drive from Sydney and 15 minute boat trip from Palm Beach. We have always had the aim of creating experiences which people love. We try to do this through high quality products and ingredients, as well as by trying to offer a fun and genuine service along the way.We have always aimed for our venues to be the heart of the community and provide a classic Australian beachside experience.
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