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Paddock Hall

SuperhostTintenbar, New South Wales, Australia
Entire guesthouse hosted by Hannah
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
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Paddock Hall is a boutique, bohemian house that is hand built and consciously designed for recuperation and reconnection to nature. The Hall's open plan living space and exposed beam ceiling is fashioned using sustainably sourced timber and old world joinery. Enjoy the unique interior of timbers and white wash, the simple, beautifully curated furnishings and the surrounding gorgeous green of the sub tropics.

The space
Self contained, the retreat offers a bespoke kitchen, open wood fire place and king sized bed. The large sun lit bathroom and laundry has all amenities and privacy. The space is open plan, with the fireplace and arm chairs nestled down one end and a fourposter bed in the other. The kitchen and dining table are in the middle and two huge glass sliding doors open onto the spacious veranda allowing views, breeze and plenty of light.
A vintage claw foot bath sits on the veranda that spans the length of the Hall, overlooking the paddock and a row of grand tallowwood trees. The paddock hosts friendly pet goats.

Guest access
Paddock Hall is a fully self contained and completely detached guest house, privately tucked in the corner of the paddock, thirty meters from the big house. There is plenty of space for parking just next to Paddock Hall, for up to 3 cars. It is just a short walk through the beautiful tropical gardens to the 15 meter pool and deck. Paddock Hall's veranda has steps down to a gate that leads into the paddock. Guests are welcome to enjoy the paddock, meet the animals and light the small brazier here at night to enjoy the expansive sky and brilliant stars.

Other things to note
Paddock Hall is designed, like the big house, to promote full integration and immersion in the beautiful property and surrounds. For this reason the space is airy and open and does not offer fly screens and air conditioning. The climate here is nearly always comfortable and temperate and we find this suits us fine. We offer a king size cotton mosquito net over the bed for guest's comfort.
Paddock Hall is a boutique, bohemian house that is hand built and consciously designed for recuperation and reconnection to nature. The Hall's open plan living space and exposed beam ceiling is fashioned using sustainably sourced timber and old world joinery. Enjoy the unique interior of timbers and white wash, the simple, beautifully curated furnishings and the surrounding gorgeous green of the sub tropics…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Pool
Indoor fireplace
Breakfast
Dedicated workspace
Hangers
Washer
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Tintenbar, New South Wales, Australia

Paddock Hall and the Big House were lovingly hand built on our property 'Yalburabah', meaning 'place of healing' in the language of the indigenous Bundjalung people of the area. Yalburabah is a working macadamia farm and home. It is on a quiet rural road but is close to the highway, only 15 minutes drive to the beautiful surf beaches of Lennox Head and the healing waters of Lake Ainsworth. Killen Falls is just a 10 minute drive down the road and the renowned restaurant, deli and bakery 'Harvest', in Newrybar is under 15 minutes away. Newrybar also offers fantastic shopping for homewares, fashion and antiques. We are 20 minutes to Byron and it's beaches and shops.
Paddock Hall and the Big House were lovingly hand built on our property 'Yalburabah', meaning 'place of healing' in the language of the indigenous Bundjalung people of the area. Yalburabah is a working macadam…

Hosted by Hannah

Joined in March 2017
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I am interested in eco design, architecture and interiors. I love to cook, especially local and organic ingredients. I practise consciousness and am environmentally minded. I am a huge animal lover, we have two dogs, two sheep, one goat and a happy family of chickens. Me, my partner and my family are eager to welcome you to our property and happy to advise on the must sees, dos, and eats in the area.
I am interested in eco design, architecture and interiors. I love to cook, especially local and organic ingredients. I practise consciousness and am environmentally minded. I am a…
During your stay
We live in the big house and someone is nearly always home. We are very relaxed, easy hosts and would love to help with anything our guests need, be it local recommendations, directions or help with the wood fire. We are quiet and personable and will respect the privacy of anyone staying but are always available whenever required.
We live in the big house and someone is nearly always home. We are very relaxed, easy hosts and would love to help with anything our guests need, be it local recommendations, direc…
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House rules
Check-in: Flexible
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with building staff
Not suitable for children and infants
No pets
No parties or events
Smoking is allowed
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
Heights without rails or protection