28 Degrees: Byron Bay’s Hidden Hideaway Is Finally Open To The Public

Byron-bound travellers can escape their routines by kicking their feet up at the Bay’s best-kept secret: 28 Degrees....

Byron Bay is renowned across Australia for being the perfect escape from the pressures and hustle of everyday life. Now, Byron-bound travellers can escape their routines by kicking their feet up at the Bay’s best-kept secret: 28 Degrees.

Once welcoming exclusive guests like artists, writers, and thought leaders, this adult-only guesthouse, located in the heart of Byron Bay and a stone’s throw away from the beach, is now open to the public.

28 Degrees provides a sanctuary for rejuvenation and replenishment: no kids, no TV, and no stress. For those wanting to finally catch up on some reading, the guesthouse offers a curated selection of books for visitors to lose themselves in.

Private plunge pools, lighthouse views, and luxurious Maker and Sons couches unite to guide visitors into an oasis of relaxation. Guests can also start each day right with a complimentary breakfast consisting of homemade paleo Granola with seasonal fruit compote and organic yoghurt parfait style, paired with slow filtered moonshine coffee or a selection of organic teas.

The cleansing nature of the experience carries over to the pool, which you can drink from: The water is run through the Grander water system treatment system, which softens and oxygenates the water. This process helps to detox and hydrate your cells.

Guests can laze around the house with in-room massages, take a dip in the pool, or get up and explore the town with complimentary bikes provided by 28 Degrees.

So leave all your stresses at the door at 28 Degrees, and return to your daily life refreshed and recharged.

Prices range from $600 – 750 during off-peak season across the room categories; luxury master, main classic luxury, lighthouse room and plunge pool room. This hidden sanctuary can be found at 12 Marvell Street, Byron Bay, NSW.

For more, check out the Freshwater Brewery Company, Brookvale’s chillest taproom. 


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