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5 Best Holiday Homes on the Pacific Harbour

© 2-Bedroom Villa – 338 Pacific Harbour

Pacific Harbour Holiday Homes

Looking for that home-away-from-home experience? Some peace and tranquillity away from the bustling resorts? Or even looking for some more affordable accommodation? All those reasons are well worth considering one of the holiday homes on the Pacific Harbour for! Enjoy your own privacy on your Fiji retreat, as well as access to kitchen facilities that are oh-so-hard to find in other Pacific Harbour accommodation. Check out some of our top recommendations in our list of Pacific Harbour holiday homes below!

Speaking of privacy, you might also be interested in our The Adult Only Guide to Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

1. No Worries

Ideally located in the centre of the Pacific Harbour at a price that actually won’t break the bank, the “No Worries” Airbnb listing couldn’t be more aptly named. Stay in a private cottage opposite your host’s home yet giving you optimum privacy. The cottage with a covered outdoor seating area, garden and free breakfast sleeps up to four guests across two bedrooms, making it ideal for families, groups of friends and couples on a budget. What’s more, your only a five-minute walk from the beach! For more budget recommendations, see our 5 Best Budget Accommodation on the Pacific Harbour & Beqa.

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2. 2-Bedroom Villa – 338 Pacific Harbour

Get the family or a group of mates together at this Pacific Harbour two-bedroom villa, which sleeps up to eight people. The open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining area is airy and spacious – keeping things social while sprucing up some local produce that you’ve bought from the market. What’s more, the villa has its own private pool! Find this holiday home in the Pacific Harbour town in a quiet residential area.

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3. Beachfront Home

For a real home-away-from-home vibe, but right on the beachfront in true Fiji-style, choose the Beachfront Home Airbnb holiday home. You get the downstairs bedrooms, kitchen and lounge area all to yourself in your own downstairs unit, which is spacious enough to sleep five people comfortable or up to seven people at a push. Enjoy making your own meals in the well-appointed kitchen and dining with your feet in the sand on the outside table leading onto the beach. The home is good for people with their own transport as Navua town is 5 minutes drive away, the Pacific Harbour 15 minutes, and Suva 40 minutes.

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4. The White Self-Contained Cottage

This three-bedroom cottage on the Pacific Harbour sleeps up to a whopping nine people, making it ideal for a group getaway! Alternatively, the cottage is so affordable that it would even provide a good private space for couples looking to save a bit of money on accommodation. While the cottage might not be winning any style points, it still makes a good base to retreat to at the end of the day after exploring the Pacific Harbour and doing all the 12 Things to Do in the Pacific Harbour & Beqa. That’s especially considering its central locations only moments away from the Arts Village.

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5. Adventure Base Camp (ABC)

Experience privacy in your own bungalow, while getting a “homestay” experience, at Adventure Base Camp! This Airbnb accommodation is a short walk from town and the beach and has a few welcome extras to make your stay special, such as kayaks and bikes. The space has basic kitchen facilities for a self-catering stay. The hosts, Deb and Eddie, are happy to share their tips about Fiji over their “famous iced tea”. See more homestays in the area in our 5 Best Homestays on the Pacific Harbour.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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