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Pogels Wood,

An excellent choice for stays to unwind and relax. Spacious and fully selfcontained three bedroom villa. Private balconey and deck. Modern equiped kitchen, laundry and bathroom. The atmosphere is relaxed with the villa positioned in the centre oif the village just around the corner from the Federal General store. Wonderful walks and scenery. Very close to all inland attractions.

Pogels Wood Cafe caters to the daily visitors exploring the beautiful scenic hinterland in the hills above Byron Bay. Stop in for a superb coffee, a slice of home baked cake or just relax and enjoy a wonderful light, chef prepared lunch with a difference. Pogels Wood also offers a fine dining experince in a court yard setting with a romantic country feel and is enhanced on summer nights by light breezes, fragrant flowers and fairy lights.

Jasper Gallery is situated at the back of the Cafe and offers a wide range of locally created arts and crafts.

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