Atlantic Kitchen

Spaces : Eating In

Want to cook up a feast in one of the Atlantic kitchens during your stay ?   Our open plan shared kitchens are the heart of every house at The Atlantic. Byron Bay farmers market is famous for it’s fresh, local, organic goodness and it’s a short stroll away every Thursday morning. Guests often return with bags full of produce. Outdoor......[more]

Atlantic House

Spaces: Atlantic Outdoors

  Unless the rain is beating down and you’re cosying up with a glass of red and a DVD, spend your time outdoors at the Atlantic. There are a host of outdoor experiences and relaxation areas, where you can avoid the crowds while still soaking up the sun in your own private oasis. Or equip yourself with our complimentary surf......[more]

Eat Here Now : Fleet

Be sure to book in advance for this inventive and impeccable dining experience that is truly something special. With just one communal table (that doubles as a bar) and a couple of extra spots for two, Fleet is an intimate and imaginative dining experience with an ever-changing menu of artful, produce-centric small plates and a whimsical selection of natural wines......[more]

The Albatross Inn

The Albatross Inn

The Albatross Inn a the Atlantic is inspired by travels through California, Arizona and Mexico, bringing a touch of desert oasis to this seaside town.  An idyllic hideaway for those who like to layback and lounge in a private courtyard, complete with Moroccan tiled outdoor shower, hanging chair and daybed—the perfect spot to wash off the salt and soak up the sun.......[more]

Local Favorites

Eat Here Now: St Elmo

Young, vibrant local couple Tom and Angela welcome you into their buzzy Spanish tapas joint with warm smiles, eclectic cocktails and a share plate menu perfect for nibbling or feasting. A touch of city sophistication in the centre of this sleepy beach town, you can feel like a New Yorker sitting up at the tiled bar with a whisky sour,......[more]

Pampa Rugs & Cushions

We feel very blessed to be working with the amazing couple from Pampa, a homegrown business based in the Byron Bay hinterland (Bangalow). They are photographers – one from Argentina, the other from Australia – who share two worlds, two visions and two cultures.  Every year they explore some of Argentina’s most remote indigenous communities, always with a camera in hand......[more]

Eat Here Now: The Roadhouse

Those little out-of-the-way spots that you might not find unless you’re an insider provide the kind of authentic experiences that make a holiday special. The Roadhouse, a five minute drive or 15 minute cycle from the Atlantic, is the perfect example. It’s not in the middle of town, there’s no WiFi, and it doesn’t do decaf or Coca Cola, which is......[more]

The Fisherman's Lookout

Where to wander : The Pass Lookout

A long, leisurely stroll along the beach, best taken at low tide. Walk from the Atlantic along Main Beach onto Clarke’s, and end up at The Pass. Climb the stairway to Fisherman’s Lookout for a panoramic ocean view and watch the surfers below take on one of Byron’s busiest surf breaks. (Approx 2.1km; 1hr round-trip from the Atlantic).    ......[more]

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