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Byron Bay Manor, Byron Bay

All that is idillic, Resort style living without the hustle , busle and cost.
Situated in the hills overlooking Byron Bay, Byron Bay Manor is set on 27 acres with spectacular views of the coast and hinterland in total privacy.
Byron Bay Manor is purposfully design built for group bookings.
All entertaining areas are extra large.
All x9 bedrooms have there own airconditioning and bathrooms x3 with spas
The upstairs lounge room has panoramic views of the coast Cable T.V, DVD, and a massage room with table.
Downstairs there is a games room complete with billiard table, the adjoining mezanine floor leads to the formal dining room and on into the state of the art Kitchen.
Relax in the outside area complete with BBQ and take a dip in the award winning tropical pool
For any occasion Byron Bay Manor is a great location

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