Wake up to the sound of the ocean. A beautiful timber, nautical style apartment. This Apartment is very popular with couples. Located at Belongil, a very tranquil part of Byron Bay, away from the hustle and bustle. 50 m to the beach, 800 m walk to town centre.
We are blessed with two great Cafes close by: The Tree House Cafe and the Belongil Bistro.
The Apartment is north facing, very private and peaceful, and features queen-sized bed, lounge, kitchen complete with fridge/freezer, microwave, small cooker/stove top and all pots, pans, toaster, cutlery, crockery, utensils supplied, bathroom, private balcony, barbeque, tv, video and cd player.
Surrounded by fully fenced tropical gardens.................
PLEASE NOTE Minimum 2 night stay applies. Preferences given to weekly bookings
For Seasonal rates please check Availability Calendar below.
In order to confirm a booking, we ask for a 50 deposit, in the form of a NetBank Deposit, cheque or money order, to be paid as soon as possible after booking. The balance to be paid upon arrival. Cancellation of booking will result in full loss of deposit within 14 days of arrival, 25 with more than 14 days notice.
Please Remember A Booking is not confirmed until we receive your deposit and confirmed it with you.
Discounts are available for longer stays
The calendars are fairly accurate and up-to-date, but
are to be used as a guide only. It may look booked on-line but to be sure, if you are interested in certain dates please ask us personally as tentative
bookings and inquiries also show up as booked.
-- 50m to Belongil beach -- 800 m walk to Byron Bay town centre -- Next door to Belongil beachs cafes
and the Epicentre.
-- Dolphin and Whale watching -- Horse Riding -- Surfing -- Skydiving -- SCUBA diving -- Hang Gliding -- Abseiling -- Horse Ridng and Bush Walking -- Fishing and Sightseeing trips -- Canoeing -- Cycling -- Scenic Tours -- Byron Bay Blues Festival also called Bluesfest or East Coast Blues & Roots Music Festival -- Byron Bay Writers Festival. -- Dining - Local restaurants provide an array of Thai, Indian, Chinese, French and Australian cuisine