Angels Beach Lodge is a beautifully appointed, self-catering ‘home away from home’. Decorated in the tradition of an English cottage by the sea, complete with delightful flowering gardens. Great for couples and families at very reasonable rates.
Situated just 250 metres or a gentle three minute stroll to Angels Beach and the scenic 25 hectare Coastal Rainforest Reserve, five minutes to the seaside towns of Lennox Head and Ballina; and a short 20 minute coastal drive to the international tourist destination of Byron Bay.
Central to all the scenic wonders of the fabulous New South Wales North Coast – 32 kilometres of superb beaches, lush rainforests, World Heritage National Parks, cosmopolitan markets and quaint hinterland villages. A simply divine holiday world!
With every attention paid to detail, your relaxation and enjoyment on your beachside holiday or getaway is assured. A heavenly experience guaranteed!
Barbeque Beaches & Surf Blankets Carpark CD Player Dryer DVD/Bluray Player Family Heating Laundry Microwave Not Available Private Bathroom Refrigerator Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Washing Machine
Accommodates up to four guests in one group, in an interconnected suite of two queen size bedrooms.
Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave and all equipment. Dual access ensuite with all laundry facilities. Colour television, VCR, videos, CD player, small library, games, music, beach towels, and picnic basket. Fans in all rooms for summer.
Daily continental gourmet breakfast in your refrigerator. Linen, towels, guest toiletries, cookies and sweets.
Children over seven years are welcome by arrangement.
Easy ground floor accommodation, and easy beach access. Private lockup garage with internal access. Sailed barbecue terrace, tropical garden, and sunny veranda.
Imported English log fire (electric operated) for romantic winter weekends.Blankets Dryer DVD/Bluray Player Private Bathroom Refrigerator Heating Microwave CD Player Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Washing Machine
Subject to change and availability