|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Aloha Villas offer the tranquil relaxation of a perfect tropical lifestyle and yet are only a short walk to the heart of Byron Bay and its beautiful beaches.
The Executive Villa sits across 2 levels with 4 bedrooms and enjoys its own private pool amongst tropical gardens with a high solid fence offering complete privacy. This house has ample room for the whole family: the spacious open plan living area boasts an eight seater dining table; fully equipped gourmet kitchen complete with blender, microwave, 900mm oven and gas stove top, dishwasher and coffee machine; full home entertainment systems and a selection of board games in case there should be any rainy days. The bedrooms all have king size beds (or two king singles), built in wardrobes with full length mirrors and ceilings fans.
Behind the Executive Villa are 3 guest studios/villas which enjoy the ease of open plan living. This includes a kitchenette with tea and coffee facilities. They also have the luxury of king size bedrooms and en-suites, the latest in home entertainment including wall mounted televisions, DVD player & library, iPod dock, air-conditioning and free WIFI.
Each has its own deck which lead to the tropical gardens, heated in-ground salt water pool with spa and pool house with fully equipped kitchen, dining area and BBQ. Guests of the villas can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast of fresh fruit, freshly baked bread, muesli, yoghurt, fruit juice, assorted teas and coffee each morning. The Aloha Villas have an onsite laundry for guests to use and secure onsite parking.
All 4 bedrooms have king beds that can be split into 2 king singles as well as an ensuite
All 3 studios have a king bed that can be split into 2 king singles as well as an ensuite, living area and kitchenette with tea and coffee facilities.
A short stroll to everything Byron Bay can offer - beaches, cafes, shops and restaurants
20 min drive to Ballina Airport
40 min drive to Coolongatta Airport
15 min drive to Bangalow
10 min drive to Mullumbimby
15 - 20 min drive to Newrybar
Whole house bookings range from $1,400 - $2,800 per night depending on the time of year
ANZAC weekend April 24 - 27 whole property - $2000 per night, 3 night minimum
Australia day weekend Jan 24-27 Whole property $2200 per night, 3 night minimum
Splendour weekend July 24-28 Whole property - $2800 per night, 4 night minimum
Queen's birthday NSW and QLD whole property $2000 per night, 3 night minimum
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.
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Feb 1 2015 - Dec 19 2015
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Long weekends, school holidays and festival times are $2000 - $2800 per night|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Australian Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.