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Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head
Pavilion 2 at Broken Head

Byron Bay, Australia

Pavilion 2 at Broken Head

4Bedrooms
12Guests

Description

Enjoy the seclusion of a luxury beachfront property with direct access to a legendary surf beach which extends from Broken Head north to Byron Bay. Nestled into the beachfront rainforest, the pavilion style home is a private and secure retreat complete with in ground pool.

Listen to the sound of the surf and smell the salt as you hideaway in the sand dunes or in the privacy of your own home. The house consists of a series of inter-connected open-plan pavilions incorporating extensive living areas and decks and set amongst a lush rainforest-inspired and private Australian native garden. The property boasts four lovely bedrooms in three different pavilions. Two of these are inter-connecting so perfect for a family where children need to stay close to the parents.

Successfully blending the inside with the outside, there is extensive use of timber, stone and glass. This mixed with the interior palette of creams, whites and earthy pastels creates an idyllic luxury atmosphere that integrates seamlessly with the natural environment.

Property Details

Size

4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and 4000 square feet

Bedrooms

1 King, 1 King, 1 Queen, and 1 Queen
12 guests maximum

Property View

Secluded garden surrounding

Nearest airport

Fly to Cooloongatta or Ballina airport

Property Amenities

  • 40 inch plus tv
  • Air conditioning
  • Chefs kitchen
  • Covered parking
  • Dvd player
  • Espresso machine
  • Gated community
  • Grill
  • High speed internet
  • Ipod dock
  • Pets
  • Pool
  • Satellite or cable
  • Washer and dryer
  • Wireless internet

Activities of Interest

  • Minion waterfalls
  • Newlybar and Bangalow townships
  • Surfing,, diving, para flying and hang gliding

Places of Interest

  • Broken Head beach, tea tree and rainforest walks
  • Byron Bay restaurants, boutiques and art galleries
  • Local markets and crafts

Reviews

Byron Bay

We had a lovely stay in Byron Bay. It is such a beautiful spot. We went in winter an unfortunately the weather was not ideal but we had a great time nonetheless. This home would be amazing in good weather!”

Mark GrayJune 2018

A wonderful stay at Pavilion 2

We have fallen in love with the natural and unspoilt beauty of the setting at Broken Head - truly a paradise. The house is welcoming and comfortable and we had an unexpected wedding on the beach followed by a delicious lunch at the amazing Fig Tree restaurant in Byron Bay while we were there - so our stay was made even more memorable and the setting for my daughter to prepare for her wedding was perfect. We had a wonderful time and hope to be back!”

Cheryl Lee RobertsMarch 2016

Beautiful Byron Bay

We have just returned from a fabulous week at Pavilion 2 Broken Head. It was all we had hoped for - the accommodation was gorgeous - a true pavilion home in the quiet and beautiful Broken Head. The house is just a short 2 minute walk from a long white sand surf beach and a 10 minute drive from Byron Bay itself. As reflected in the pictures the house had everything we needed with tasteful decor, plenty of areas to relax/entertain and a pool. This is a fabulous property in an area with so much to see, do and eat. We would return in a heartbeat. Thank you Liz.”

Claire LadbrookApril 2016