Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Emerald Valley Villa : Eco-Luxe Super Special
Emerald Valley Villa is the premium Luxury Villa Holiday Rental in Byron Bay. A private estate with resort style facilities located in the lush
hinterland above Byron Bay, Australia.
Eco-Luxe Super Special
AUD$750 per night, minimum 3 nights
AUD $5,000 per week until December 2009
Sleeps up to 8 people
Rates are valid from 01 August - 30 November, 2009
Spa treatments, daily housekeeping & catering can be arranged at an additional cost.
Set on 80 abundant acres, overlooking a remarkable rainforest valley in lush Byron Bay hinterland is Emerald Valley Villa - a unique, eco-friendly development providing premium luxury private rental accommodation like no other.
Creator of Emerald Valley Villa, Michael J Robison says, “Emerald Valley Villa is an exemplary model of sustainable living without compromising luxury or technology. All the building structures and grounds have been designed for minimum impact on the surrounding environment; the Villa is climate neutral and runs on 100% green power.
Emerald Valley Villa was developed as a landmark demonstration of how design, technology and ecology can combine to create luxurious living without causing harm to the earth” says Robison.
Amidst the relaxing atmosphere and scenic views, Emerald Valley Villa offers the ultimate in world-class standards within a completely private and secure environment for up to 8 people. Architectural and design elements gracing the property pay homage to Bali’s unique arts and traditions whilst embracing modern design aesthetics.
Recycled hardwoods, imported stone and marble is featured throughout the villa, right down to the hand-cut stone framing the garden flower-beds. In addition, this private estate boasts a master suite and three expansive bedrooms all with adjacent marble bathrooms opening onto private, tropical gardens.
Guests can enjoy swimming in the pure oxygenated spring water pool, complete with carved Balinese fountains and pool-side lounges, or relaxing under the stars at night in our open air Jacuzzi. Two 200 year old teak Rice Barns – one overlooking the fabulous pool, the other overlooking the valley where you can enjoy the private lake below - provide reclusive or romantic comfort day or night. During the cooler months, the floors are evenly heated by an eco-friendly thermal system, while a double fireplace offers the perfect setting for those special romantic evenings...
Onsite luxurious spa therapies including a private marble steam room, state of the art kitchen, outdoor BBQ and daily housekeeping services are available to all guests. In addition, all modern technologies are onsite including broadband internet, satellite television and telephone facilities.
For easy access to all areas of the property guests have complimentary use of the fun 4 x 4 Polaris-Ranger. Emerald Valley Villa even boasts its own private waterfall and lake complete with a custom made River Pavilion where you can spend a day in secluded paradise with an abundance of rare wildlife which will simply amaze you including our very own resident platypus'.
The extraordinary landscaping has been terraced into four levels, all carefully planted with fragrant flora including gardenias, jasmine and champaka amongst many other graceful flowers and blossoming trees.
Emerald Valley Villa is a private estate and a landmark demonstration of how design, technology and ecology can combine to create luxurious living without causing harm to the Earth. This is the ultimate retreat. Let Emerald Valley Villa take you on a mystical journey like no other...
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