Byron Bay

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A perfect combination of absolute privacy and personal warmth make this a rare find. — Lonely Planet
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About 75 minutes by air from Sydney, Byron Bay has long been known for its pristine sands and stunning headlands. — Travel + Leisure
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This pretty 1920s family home, in a quiet residential street, has four simple but elegant guest rooms. — Lonely Planet
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If a high-design boutique hotel is your cup of tea, you'd be hard-pressed to do better than this luxurious Mediterranean-style villa surrounded by a tropical garden. — Fodor's
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Split-level villas are spacious, tasteful and soothing. The main pavilion, pool and restaurant have a relaxed, almost ironic Australian glamour. — Lonely Planet
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The backpacker haven is one of the most unique hostels you'll find, as there are dozens of types of rooms, including tents, teepees, and even your standard dorm bunks. — Afar Magazine
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A perfect combination of absolute privacy and personal warmth make this a rare find. — Lonely Planet
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Polished floorboards, crisp white linen, big verandahs and a leafy setting a couple of kilometres south of town make this a lovely choice if you like to be removed from the throng. — Lonely Planet
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This bright and breezy guesthouse blends beachside comfort with personalised service. — The Telegraph
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Soma, on its own patch of forest, is a wellness retreat by renowned meditation teacher Gary Gorrow. — The Telegraph
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Byron Bay Accom offers online, phone, email and walk-in bookings seven days a week. — Lonely Planet
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The most overtly glam option beachside and in the town centre, this apartment-hotel has suites and sprawling penthouses that are luxuriously turned out, if a bit bland. — Lonely Planet
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Unpretentious but smart, this white-brick motel is close to town and the beach, but not so close that party-goers keep guests awake. — Lonely Planet
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Three luxury bures—the Fijian word for cabin—may be only 650 feet from the city center, but the lush, peaceful setting makes it feel like a private oasis. — Fodor's
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Away from the town centre, this compact resort is engulfed by palms and has sizeable apartments with big balconies. — Lonely Planet
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Ignore the highway-motel exterior and you'll discover spacious and sparkling-clean rooms, not to mention welcoming staff. Less than a minute to the surf. — Lonely Planet
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This BKH-designed luxury villa on the north coast of New South Wales attracts celebrities, surfers, and “discerning Bohemians” to its four bedrooms, floating kitchen, private deck, and wet-edge pool. — Travel + Leisure
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Statues of Hindu deities watch over the pool at this lush contemporary complex. — Lonely Planet
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Amid a large garden on a quiet street, this delightful old Queenslander has airy verandahs and six traditionally furnished rooms with four-poster beds and cushion-strewn sofas. — Lonely Planet
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Byron Bay Accom offers online, phone, email and walk-in bookings seven days a week. — Lonely Planet
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