Information about bookings, payments and check-in.
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Check in is 2pm and check out is 10am
We take a pre authorisation of a valid card and the guest signs to say that we are able to charge up to $200 in the event of damage.
Yes certainly. If you are coming either later or earlier than our office hours, give us a call to arrange either keycard collection or parking and bag storage.
If you would like a late check out, please let us know when you book or when you arrive. We will always try to accommodate your needs although it may not always be possible particularly in peak periods.
Generally, we ask for a minimum of one night as a deposit. During peak periods, this may be up to 50%.This is required at the time of booking but if booking well in advance, we can stagger deposit payments.
Monday – Saturday 9am – 5pm
Sunday 9am – 11am
Yes we are happy to book local attractions for you.
General information about our accommodation services and on-site facilities.
The apartments have full kitchen and laundry with reverse cycle air conditioning with a fan in every room. Everything is there including hairdryers and irons. Modern electronic key security ensures peace of mind. Cots and high chairs are available for hire. Entertainment includes foxtel and free DVD library.
We have lockable storage for bikes and surfboards. The building is powered by a PV solar system.
Ample secure underground car park, with 1.92m height access.
Yes. From Towels to blankets – even beach towels are available.
After 7 days – but a service is always available at a charge.
The plunge pool is heated year round.
Byron Quarter is situated within a 5 minute walk to all the shops and restaurants in Byron Bay. We have a soon to be opened restaurant at the front of the building.
The airport shuttle services will deliver you to our door and pick up from our door. The central bus stop is at the end of our street.
Check out our web page on Things to do which has a comprehensive list. Local attractions are the Cape Byron Lighthouse, Tallow Beach and Brunswick Heads. The hinterland of Byron Bay has scenic drives to charming villages. Many people enjoy scuba diving, mountain bike riding, kayaking, surfing, ballooning, yoga and shopping at our unique stores and markets.
The Lighthouse is 4 kms away. It is a 2 hr return walk from Byron Quarter.
There is an Aldi supermarket at the end of Byron Street. There is a Woolworths within walking distance. On Thursday morning every week a Farmer’s Market is held in the town.