CABARITA BEACH, NSW

Australian Traveller - - The 100 -

The Tweed Coast has al­ways been a favourite for hol­i­day­mak­ers in the know, but in 2015 it be­came a truly cov­eted des­ti­na­tion when Hal­cyon House opened at Cabarita Beach. This lux­ury bou­tique stay gave new life to the run-down 1960s Hide­away mo­tel, with a com­plete makeover: breath­tak­ing in­te­ri­ors by Anna Spiro (pic­tured), a fab­u­lous on-site restau­rant Pa­per Daisy, a light and breezy day spa, old-fash­ioned ser­vice that saw vis­i­tors flock­ing here from across the coun­try. But those who knew Cabarita be­fore the Hal­cyon, in the hal­cyon days, know that it’s al­ways been a lit­tle pocket of par­adise, bor­dered by a na­ture re­serve, lake and su­gar-white beaches. And it’s just a bonus that there’s now a pretty place to lay your head at night.

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