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It seemed like nothing had changed from 23
years ago, when I rst arrived in Byron Bay with
a group of backpackers. It rained. We camped. I
Maybe that's why it took me 23 years to drive back
to the heart of 'make love -- not war' country.
is time I came with my wife, our two small
children, a Mercedes Benz AND instead of a
campsite I had a dry place to stay: e award
winning Villas of Byron!
At the Villas of Byron you are assured absolute
privacy and freedom in your own Balinese inspired
villa. Luxuriously appointed, your every desire
is catered for -- so you need never leave the villa.
Imagine escaping to the complete privacy and
freedom of your own high walled garden where even
clothing can be optional.
Each villa has their own heated pool and spa set
in tropical zen gardens. It's accompanied by a private
outdoor shower for you to splash about. Inside, king
size beds, TV/DVD/iPod connection with surround
stereo, pay TV, heated marble oor, wireless internet
connection, ceiling fans and air-conditioning
ensure you can rest and relax without ever breaking
a sweat. e gourmet kitchen and handcra ed
Balinese furniture add to the charm. Plus soothing
water features throughout the gardens, assist you in
relaxing and a laundry and private o -street parking
add to the features.
e Villas are located only a short ve minute
stroll from Byron's famous beaches and the CBD,
and almost adjacent, is the well patronised Buddha
Gardens Day Spa. It rained. We stayed at the Villas
of Byron. I will remember!
Hippies, rainbow ags and outside toilets... By Georgie Krokus
Byron Bay is Australia's favourite holiday destination.
The natural beauty of the beaches and amazing
hinterland make it a perfect place to relax in style
The Villas of Byron
19-23 Gordon Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481
Phone: (02) 6685 6746
Mobile: 0419 490010
1 bdrm villa starts from $490per night*
2 bdrm villa starts from $625per night*
*subject to season and availability
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