Wednesday, 22 May 2013

atlantic heaven byron bay



Zooming in on Bondi

I've been missing in action for a while.. It was good to have a break from the computer and give my mind and body a rest. The camera was going overtime though, I've got so many photos to share with you, it's taken me ages to sort through them all.

A good start to our holiday clear skies, a window seat and an aerial view of where we live and a lot of the spots I've taken you to on this blog. A bit of beach spotting from a different perspective.


Leaving the big smoke

I love Sydney from above with all it's beaches and waterways. This is almost all of the Eastern suburbs from Botany Bay to Watson's Bay.


Aloha Atlantic! Sophie and I have special memories from our stay here together a few years ago.


From the minute you arrive you feel relaxed and the friendly staff make you feel right at home. Every single detail is beautiful and inspiring.



The lovely open space at 'The Lodge' where we stayed.




It's great to be able to make some of your own meals when you're away. The kitchen has everything you could possibly need.
I love the layout, the panelled doors, the light fittings and the island bench. 





Coconut cottage







This beach shack doorway is one of the cutest things I've ever seen.


Looking across to Driftwood House from our balcony. The charcoal weatherboard makes a beautiful backdrop to the lush garden.


Surfboard storage



Atlantic Airstream accommodation





The peaceful view from our room with private balcony


Vintage surf style



A variety of rooms to suit all budgets



Looking up


Atlantic style


Thankyou so much to the lovely people at Atlantic for such a beautiful, relaxing holiday!



www.atlanticbyronbay.com.au





I'll be back tomorrow, Friday and next week with more from Byron Bay and surrounds.


Cheryl
x


joining







10 comments:

  1. Awesome photographs of the fly over. You make me want to be there, again!

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    1. thanks :) a great view up there x

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  2. The first two pictures are breathtaking. I love that the balcony was built around the tree!

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    1. i love how they left the tree too Magali :)
      x

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  3. Great photos, but my favorite was Sydney by air.

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    1. thanks.. i've got some more to share that i took over sydney on the way back x

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  4. you must be so relaxed after staying at such a beautiful place....lucky you!
    Bec x

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    1. we did feel lucky and yes relaxed and inspired x

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  5. It looks as nice as when you last visited. Did you stay in the same accommodation at Atlantic Guesthouses as last time?
    Sarah x

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    1. the last 2 times i've been there we stayed at driftwood house, this time we were at the lodge, the newly renovated house. x

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