WITHIN THREE HOURS OF THE CITY
Be inspired by nature at The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa. Set within a stunning 45 acre rainforest this resort is only a 5 minute drive into Byron Bay town and only moments from beautiful Tallow beach and the Byron Bay championship Golf Club. This is a place to indulge with nurturing spa treatments, daily complimentary yoga classes, endless walks on the timber boardwalks through the rainforest, a 25m infinity pool, gym, tennis court and poolside sauna. The main building is the heart of the resort with verandas that overlook the spectacular rainforest canopy.
The restaurant at The Byron sets high standards in contemporary alfresco dining with a focus on fresh local produce and imaginative dishes. All well appointed one bedroom suites feature a kitchen, separate lounge and dining area, spacious bathroom with freestanding bath tubs as well as 2 fully enclosed verandahs. Relax and enjoy the warm Australian welcome and exceptional service, offering all the special touches you would expect.
Number of Rooms: 92 suites
On-site Facilities: Indulgent Spa and Wellness Centre, restaurant with a focus on fresh local cuisine, 25m infinity pool (heated in winter) and poolside sauna, tennis court, fully equipped gymnasium, bicycle hire, wireless internet , resort lobby shop, endless boardwalks throughout the stunning 45 acre rainforest, complimentary guest activities: daily yoga at 8am, weekly guided rainforest walks, weekly guided trip to the Byron Bay Farmers markets, shuttle bus into Byron Bay township three times daily at 11am, 3pm and 6pm (4.5km distance to town centre).
On-site Dining Options: The Restaurant at Byron Bay.
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