Firstly, it is not ön the beach"but on top of cliff as shown in photo. To access beach is precipitous cliff path, or short car drive.
I am allergic to mosquitos and not all windows were screened and we had unwelcome "visitors"- also ants in the bed on three occasions and in my hair. Nothing was left that could have attracted them!!!
Property is in glorious location, once you have mastered the very rough unmade tracks that are full of deep potholes. You know you have nearly arrived when you pass delapidated rundown sheds and farming equipment!
Linen changed once a week . There is a washing machine in the unit's laundry.
Gets dark by around 6.30 and there is no "street"lighting and so its quite an ädventure" to get in to town and avoid the deep potholes and animals/cows etc. who have right of way. We mostly self catered at night because of this. Our visit was for two weeks. One would have been enough.,. Norfolk Island has changed very little since I was last there 60 years ago!
Be aware of high costs for petrol, food etc. A hire car is essential. Try to get car ïncluded". We didnt and it was a considerable additional expense.
Also, regarding swimming pool? There is one but not for general use. It is attached to their premier
accommodation. So, not on beach and no swimming pool, however, the view is fabulous and the location very peaceful.