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Get back to nature and escape to the tranquility of Blackbird Byron for two nights. Nestled in the Byron Hinterland, set on 28 acres, relax in your luxury room, take a dip in the magnesium mineral pool and disconnect from everyday life. Enjoy a local produce platter on arrival and daily breakfast.
Get away from it all and head to Blackbird Byron for a two night luxury escape overlooking Mount Chincogan, Cape Byron and the Pacific Ocean. This boutique bed and breakfast, set on 28 acres of lush rainforest, comprises of three private pavilions, making it the ideal spot for some well-deserved rest and relaxation. Your eco-friendly pavilion is kitted out with a king bed, cable television and an ensuite bathroom, and offers spectacular views of the rolling hinterland from both your bed and balcony. Your hosts will make sure you're settled in right away with champagne and an artisanal produce platter waiting your arrival. Make use of the magnesium mineral pool, detox in the infrared sauna or read a book in the communal living area. If you wish to get out and explore the region, Mullumbimby, Byron Bay and Bangalow are just a short drive away. Start each morning with a delicious continental breakfast of fresh local produce, fruit and croissants to set you up for the day ahead.
Accomodation Facilities and Services
Valid for bookings on Sunday - Thursday night only
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This voucher is valid for two adults. Children are not allowed.
This experience is located in the Byron Hinterland, surrounded by lush sub tropical rainforests and overlooking the Pacific Ocean.