Sophisticated cottage in Bangalow
Charming, exclusive cosy and private We also have additional rooms available across the lawn downstairs in the main house - self contained - prices on request We can also let the entire house at Christmas time and perhaps at other times during the year but for s 1 week minimumGuest Access
A garden and (on request) laundry facilities and continental breakfast by arrangementInteraction with Guests
The owners will be happy to assist in any way to make the guest's stay in Bangalow memorable. We often take guests to s local restaurant or function and pickup afterwardsThe Neighborhood
Bangalow has a charm of it’s own – it is a well preserved Victorian dairy town with a heritage main street lined with 2 story buildings – most with awnings and verandas. The town has many cafes’ restaurants and chic gift shops. The shops are very individual (the Pharmacy is especially notable for it’s presentation) and have a mix of offerings from clothing to home-wares to modern and traditional antiques. Another notable building is the A&I Hall which was built at the turn of the century and is used for concerts, functions and fairs. The weekly markets are well known and are held every Saturday morning behind the Byron Hotel in Bangalow.. There is a wonderful range of fresh produce, cheeses, herbs and vegetables, meats, grains etc – all grown in the local area. Every 4 weeks there is a much larger fresh produce market held in the Bangalow showgrounds – these feature all sorts of local foods and produce with local arts and crafts and tempting food. There is a thriving arts and literary scene with events almost every few weeks. The Blues Fest is the best known of them but there are many others including the Bangalow Chamber Music Festival, the Writers festival and the Byron Music Society. One of the cultural gems of the region is the Tweed River Gallery which houses many works of the famous Australian artist, Margaret Olley - her original studio has been installed and is on show in a special building at the Gallery. The views from the Gallery over the hills and valleys are wonderful and are a very appropriate place for the works of Margaret Olley.Getting Around
The main town area is about 10 minutes walk. The owners can assist on other transport requirements including airport transfers.Other Things to Note
The local area has many small villages - some of the more notable are Newrybar, Eltham, Clunes and Nimbin. Beaches are ony 15 minutes drive and, apart from Byron Bay beach there are many other secluded spots including The Pass, Wategoes and Broken Head.
- Free parking on premises
- Smoke detector
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