Frankie's Beach House
Holiday house in Byron Bay
3 bedroom home with resort style wet edge pool, spa. This beautiful hinterland retreat has just recently completed an extensive renovation and captures the magic that the hills of Coorabell offers.
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Funky beach house in the heart of town
When location is paramount, Frankie’s Beach House has got it nailed! Just 500m from Byron Bay Main Beach, this fun holiday rental welcomes groups of up to 10. The renovated house is a blast from the past with vintage-style furnishings and retro-red décor. The open-plan living/dining area flows out onto the covered deck through bi-fold doors. The modern kitchen is fully equipped for handling breakfast and more. Gather together in the evening for a burger and steaks flame-grilled on the beer-barrel BBQ. The spacious deck with its bar-style tables and stools adds to the outdoor fun.
Spread out in 4 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in the main house or plump for the renovated retro caravan for two in the yard. It has its own kitchenette, fridge and deck. There’s off-street parking and even a kennel in the fenced yard for your dog! If you’re looking for an unforgettable holiday rental in Byron just a stroll from everything, look no further. Groups, families and schoolies are welcome at Frankie’s Beach House and are sure to have a blast.
- 4 Bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, sleeps 10
- Quirky beach cottage plus renovated caravan
- Renovated with laid-back beachy ambience
- Open-plan living area
- Wood flooring
- Reverse air-con in lounge and caravan
- Ceiling fans in all bedrooms
- Gas BBQ
- Furnished garden deck
- Fully fenced yard
- Off-street parking for 2 cars
- Pets welcome (outdoors only)
- Ideal for schoolies and groups
- 500m from Main Beach
- 10m to cafés and shops
The compact living room has sofa seating for relaxing and sharing a movie with popcorn. There’s a vintage coffee table to complement the retro style of the red and cream dining set. The table easily extends to accommodate larger parties. Wood flooring and white walls give a clean bright ambience.
Bi-fold doors bring the outdoors into the dining/living room for fresh sea air.
The modern open-plan kitchen has everything you need for whisking up a meal in minutes for hungry surfers and beach fans. Stock the refrigerator with cool drinks, load up with snacks from the nearby grocery store and you’ll have a wonderful time chilling out at Frankie’s.
Main house has 4 bedrooms plus two single beds in the caravan.
Bedding configuration (sleeps 10):
- Master bedroom: 1 x king bed (or 2 x king singles)
- Bedroom 2: 1 x queen bed
- Bedroom 3: 1 x queen bed
- Bedroom 4: 1 x queen bed
- 2 single beds with kitchenette.
Two bathrooms – one with separate bathtub and wet room shower. There’s also a hot and cold shower on the yard for rinsing off outside after a day at the beach.
Steps out through bi-fold doors onto the covered outdoor deck which has a table and chairs for dining or playing cards in the leafy suburban garden. There are several breakfasts with stools for sitting with friends as part of the larger group. Adding to the fun setting, the retro caravan sits in the yard surrounded by greenery offering a quiet retreat with its own private deck. Fire up the beer-barrel barbie on the paved yard and let the party begin!
Off-street parking for 2 cars.
Centrally located in Byron Bay town, Frankie’s Beach House is close to cafés for breakfast, bars and restaurants for nightlife, and general shops and grocery stores. Byron Main Beach is just 500m away for carrying your surfboard and lounge chairs. Tallows Beach offers a quieter alternative, just 5 minutes by car. It is part of the Arakwal National Park, a preserve for wildlife and birds.
Early birds can enjoy a bracing walk or jog around Cape Byron to the lighthouse along the Walking Track just minutes from the door. Pause to look for migrating whales and dolphins from Fisherman’s Lookout or from the tip of the cape, the easternmost point of mainland Australia.
Gold Coast Airport is 67km and Ballina/Byron Airport is just 33km.