A three-room boutique, with a bohemian heart
- Three pavilions
- Communal kitchen/dining room area
- Outdoor pool
Taking outdoor living to another level, this homely synthesis of trinkets, mismatched furnishings, and rustic décor radiates a folksy feel. Open-plan design is central to the creation of the airy communal spaces, drawing the immediate natural scenes of Byron Hinterland within.
The magnesium mineral pool is the pivotal focus of this salubrious spot, encircled by vintage umbrellas, shading velvet-cushioned loungers, and facing an endless stretch of treetops, with a hint of the ocean in the background. A trio of wooden and glass pavilions share this vista, with white-walled interiors, cosy features, and elements of greenery. Considerate touches like in-room binoculars for bird spotting from your patio, and complimentary wine and cheese boards to pair with your sunset viewing, are what make this place so special.
The lack of a spa or fitness centre encourages you to immerse yourself in the spectacular surroundings, and yoga and Pilates sessions, as well as beauty treatments, can be arranged upon request. Although there’s no on-site restaurant or bar, home-made pizzas can be whipped up by the owners, and a breakfast spread, inspired by fresh ingredients from the hotel’s garden, sets the tone for another perfect day in paradise.
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