As you enter through the gates of Belle Helena you can't help but get the feeling that you are about to have an amazing holiday! Views of the ocean and famous Byron Bay Lighthouse greet you as you head down the long drive way and passed a stunning old fig tree, the perfect spot to catch a sunrise. Belle Helena is set on over 200 acres and is unsurpassable for its grandeur and facilities. This amazing resort - style home has a 25 metre lap pool with lighthouse views; tennis court; cinema; wood-fired pizza oven; large gymnasium & yoga room; driving range and so much more!
The main house has been built predominantly with dark woods and is tastefully furnished with fabulous artwork throughout. There are 3 spacious Queen bedrooms which share 2 bathrooms as well as a sitting lounge adjoining one of the bedrooms with a lovely day bed and massage table. There are 2 different living areas in the main house including a lounge room with an enormous open fireplace. There is a 6 seater cinema as well as a separate dining room which overlooks the gardens and pool area. The kitchen is well appointed and fully equipped.
The second wing of the home is joined to the main house by an undercover wooden walkway. This space has a large comfortable living area with a double sided fire place; pool table; a separate dining area; a kitchen; 1 Queen ensuited bedroom and a 'Japanese-style' bunk room with 6 Double beds, perfect for the kids!
The stunning gardens are well manicured with gorgeous relaxation and dining areas to enjoy. Lily filled dams and green rolling acreage continue as far as they eye can see. Every last detail has been considered on this wonderful estate making it very difficult to leave behind. Belle Helena is about a 10 minute drive from the Byron main street with its beautiful beaches and 10 minutes drive to the quaint villages of Bangalow & Newrybar.
3 x Queen rooms that share 2 bathrooms (sleeping 6 guests)
1 x King Master Suite with an ensuite (sleeping 2 guests), extra $400 per night to have the master suite open
1 x Queen en suited room (sleeping 2 guests)
Plus a bunk room with 6 x Double beds which share one bathroom (sleeping up to 12 guests, more appropriate for children)
8 min drive to Byron Bay town
10 min drive to Bangalow
18 min drive to Newrybar
35 min drive to Ballina Airport
50 min drive to Gold Coast Airport
Main House & Second Residence – sleeps up to 22 guests
Note: the below rates include accommodation for up to 14 guests, each additional adult is charged at $100 per person per night and each additional child is charged at an additional $50 per child per night. The master suite, with spacious ensuite, can also be rented for an additional $400 per night - images available on request.
New Years - $20,500 per week (7 night minimum)
Christmas & Easter - $17,500 per week (7 night minimum)
January & School Holidays - $2,500 per night or $15,500 per week (5 night minimum)
Long weekends & Splendor in the Grass - $2,500 per night (4 night minimum)
High Season: September – November & February - May - $2,400 per night or $14,500 per week (3 night minimum)
Low Season: June – August - $1,900 per night or $11,500 per week (3 night minimum)
plus a $450 cleaning fee
Main House Alone – sleeps up to 8 guests
New Years – same rates as both houses, see above
Christmas & Easter - same rates as both houses, see above
January & School Holidays - $1,700 per night or $10,500 per week (5 night minimum)
Long weekends & Splendor in the Grass - $1,700 per night (4 night minimum)
High Season: September – November and February - May - $1,500 per night or $9,000 per week (3 night minimum)
Low Season: June – August - $1,200 per night or $6,900 per week (3 night minimum)
plus a $250 cleaning fee
There are very few that would disagree that Byron Bay is be the most enticing destination on the East Coast of Australia. This infamous beach town is a place of blissful existence where barefoot executive meets dreadlocked surfer meets yoga master, absolutely no-one is out of place here.
Byron Bay is on the doorstep to the world’s largest expanse of subtropical rainforest meeting mountains forged from ancient volcanoes whilst overlooking more than 300 kilometres of spectacular coastline. Pristine surf beaches are complimented by mild all year round temperatures of this sub-tropical region, allowing for a sun filled, outdoor lifestyle. Byron Bay itself has a uniquely Australian, but highly cosmopolitan lifestyle that visitors just love. It’s truly a place to restore the senses.
The hinterland of Byron Bay comprises of lush rolling countryside dotted with quaint and quirky townships; stunning waterfalls; magical rainforests; deep rivers and exceptional fresh food produce.