Set in lush gardens, in the peaceful cul-de-sac of Paterson Street, it is just a stroll from magnificent Clarkes Beach and close to Tallows Beach. This house captures the essence of the Byron holiday experience. Paperbark at Byron is positioned perfectly to enjoy all of Byron Bay’s excitement and charm, within moments. You can retreat at the end of the day to a private oasis that faces straight on to the natural beauty of the Arakwal National Park.
The house sleeps 8 very comfortably, with an upstairs master (king) bedroom with Juliette balcony and magnificent ensuite bathroom. The ensuite features a stunning freestanding sculpted bath, an open rain head shower, and travertine floor. Downstairs is a second guest master (king) bedroom with private amenities, and two further bedrooms each with 2 king singles (which can convert to king beds upon request) with an adjacent bathroom. Laundry with Bosch washing machine and dryer.
The house is filled with a collection of Hawaiian, Chinoiserie and surf memorabilia, and is fully equipped with all you need for a relaxing and private holiday. The kitchen, well-appointed with Bosch gas stove, Gaggenau electric oven, pantry, dishwasher, large fridge, microwave, pots, pans, blender-mixer, chopping boards, all the cooking utensils you may need and the other supplies. The funky dining room table can seat up to 10 comfortably. The lounge room, with modular couch (seating 6-8), LCD TV, DVD and potbelly stove is a lovely spot to relax. There is high speed ADSL 2 wireless internet.
Outside, the covered terrace has an additional dining table for 10, weber gas BBQ, lounge, coffee table, additional seating and plantation shutters opening up to garden, all the while with unobstructed views of the National Park.
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; rugged cattle country; magical rainforests; macadamia & coffee plantations and deep river gorges disappearing up into the mountains.
One of Byron Bay’s wonders is the quality, variety and sheer abundance of fresh food. Roadside stalls brim with avocados, macadamias, paw paws, melons, peaches, blueberries, bananas, and farm fresh vegetables. Already renowned for bananas, seafood, dairy products and beef, the region is fast developing a reputation for being an epicurean odyssey.