The Daphne Room

1 b/rm

Max Guests: 3

No children permitted

No infants permitted

This room is a memorial to Daphne Clunies-Ross who was the last of the Clunies-Ross women to live in Oceania House. Daphne passed away in 2014 and is remembered fondly by the community for her warm and generous personality and her willingness to share her knowledge and skills with all. The Daphne room is cool, shady and very spacious and includes a writing nook and ensuite bathroom. The inclusion of an extra single bed makes it a versatile suite useful as: single, double, twin or triple accommodation. The Daphne is attractively furnished and decorated in the Victorian style. No meals are included with the room price. Oceania House is a self-catering facility Use of kitchen with microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery Traditional Cocos Malay restaurant open for dinner on Wednesday evenings Cafe open during the morning sells a selection of Western and Malay food. Dine-in or take away available. Supermarket close by. Use of 2 beds (Twin) incurs a $25 surcharge per night. Not suitable for children under 10 We do not provide accommodation for three adults or four adults in any of our rooms.
Ensuite
Hairdryers
Linen Provided
Outdoor Setting
Queen Bed
Tea/Coffee
Telephone
Television
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The John Sidney Room

1 b/rm

Max Guests: 2

No children permitted

No infants permitted

Strategically placed to catch all the breezes and views, this almost imposing, octagonal room features a large bay window and is decorated and furnished with Victorian antiques. John Sidney was a well-travelled man of the world and this room reflects his style. Private bathroom down the hall or share bathroom No meals are included in the price of the rooms. Oceania House is a self-catering facility and guests have the use of a kitchen with microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery Traditional Cocos Malay restaurant open for dinner on Wednesday evening or will deliver Cafe open during the morning sells a selection of Western and Malay food. Dine-in or take away available. Supermarket close by.
Eskies Provided
Hairdryers
Outdoor Setting
Queen Bed
Shared Bathroom
Tea/Coffee
Telephone
Television
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The George Room

1 b/rm

Max Guests: 2

No children permitted

No infants permitted

George Clunies-Ross was the designer and builder of Oceania House. George was a visionary and with the adaption of his new ideas into the islands, he made great advances forward for all the community. George was very highly respected by everyone in the kampong. The George Room is an elegant, spacious room facing the lagoon and furnished and decorated with genuine Edwardian antiques. It features extensive views across the lagoon and down along the entrance avenue. Private bathroom is across the hall.

Self catering - mini bar available with some essentials Use of kitchen with microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery Traditional Cocos Malay food can be ordered from the locals and delivered Good supermarket close by.

Double Bed
Eskies Provided
Hairdryers
Linen Provided
Outdoor Setting
Shared Bathroom
Tea/Coffee
Telephone
Television
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The King Edward Room

1 b/rm

Max Guests: 4

No children permitted

No infants permitted

Located at the extreme southern end of the building, this family suite was designed especially for Mr John Cecil Clunies-Ross, the last "King of the Cocos. This enormous room contains 2 Queen Sized beds and its own large bathroom. With windows on 3 sides this room receives maximum breezes and provides the most extensive views of the lagoon. Suitable for twin share guests (2) Or a family of 2 adults and up to 2 children. We do not provide accommodation for three adults or four adults in any of our rooms. Large Bathroom - Shower Only No meals included in room prices - Guest kitchen provided for self-catering This room is reserved for family bookings. We do not provide accommodation for three adults or four adults in any of our rooms.
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The Queen Elizabeth Room

1 b/rm

Max Guests: 3

No children permitted

No infants permitted

A spacious suite previously used by The Queen of the Cocos Islands. This beautiful room features a French Empire, inlaid bedroom suite with a large bathroom and full sized bath. The rooms overlook the lagoon and garden creating a regal yet restful ambiance. The suite is located within the tropical style annex. Offering a spacious room with a queen and single bed, as well as an ensuite bathtub, this suite is popular with families. We do not provide accommodation for three adults or four adults in any of our rooms. Oceania House is a self-catering facility and no meals are included in the room price A fully equipped guest kitchen is available for guests Not recommended for young children No cots available
Bath
Ensuite
Eskies Provided
Hairdryers
Linen Provided
Queen Bed
Rollaway bed
Tea/Coffee
Telephone
Television
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The Rose Room

1 b/rm

Max Guests: 2

No children permitted

No infants permitted

A romantic double room named after Rose Nash, the grandmother of Johhny Clunies-Ross (still living on the Cocos Islands). The Rose Room lives up to its name being decorated in the whimsical Art Nouveau Style. A genuine brass bed, winged mirror dressing table and complemented by rose decorated mirrors and genuine Marigold prints from the 1920s, make this a delightful room. Large ensuite bathroom Self catering - mini bar available with some essentials Use of kitchen with microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery Traditional Cocos Malay restaurant open for dinner or will deliver Cafe open during the morning sells a selection of Western and Malay food. Dine-in or take away available. Supermarket close by.
Double Bed
Ensuite
Eskies Provided
Hairdryers
Linen Provided
Tea/Coffee
Telephone
Television
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