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A COASTAL HIDEAWAY

Relaxed coastal living meets mid-century architecture, Bask & Stow Guesthouse has been designed for the discerning traveller in mind.

 

A stone’s throw away from Wategos, Cape Byron, Arakwal National Park and surrounding beaches. Created by award-winning local architects Harley Graham, inspired by Bauhaus and Palm Springs, the suites celebrate local designers. Nestled in a quiet neighbourhood, yet only a short walk to Clarke’s beach and town, just three doors down from the iconic Top Shop Cafe.

A small, family-owned guesthouse, we aim to provide an experience of feeling restored by Byron Bay’s charm. With plenty of local tips for must-dos and incredible eats, we ensure you get the most from your sojourn in Byron Bay.

Our Suites

Each of the guest suites at Bask & Stow Byron Bay have been thoughtfully and individually styled with reference to mid-century design and luxury modern coastal living. We have created individual spaces to enhance your stay in Byron Bay; with light filled private decks complete with cane hanging chairs, a refreshing plunge pool and a poolside relaxation deck.

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The House

Bask & Stow House is an original federation cottage, lovingly restored with a minimalist design aesthetic – Bauhaus meets relaxed coastal living – in mind. Architecturally stunning, it features original details and hardwood timbers, for a stylish, yet comfortable stay. Three bedrooms, living areas, 1.5 bathrooms, verandah and small garden allow for relaxation and outdoor dining.

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Byron Bay

Byron Bay is a stunning must see location on the East Coast of Australia. Whether it be for a short trip or a few weeks, the bay has something to offer everyone. Immerse yourself in eclectic Byron Bay with exciting restaurants, bars and cafes, boutique shopping, hinterland drives, local markets and the iconic surrounding beaches and surf breaks.

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