Hot venue: The Surf House, Byron Bay

Think laid-back vibes and vintage surf style for your next company retreat or rooftop event.

A new boutique accommodation offering and rooftop event space has arrived in Byron Bay, with the opening of The Surf House.

The third Byron Bay property from Millett Group (Lord Byron), The Surf House offers affordable, social accommodation in the heart of the town centre.

Housed within the heritage-listed Byron Council Chambers building, The Surf House offers a range of room types to cater to all travellers, including private queen rooms with balconies, ensuite bathrooms and ocean views, plus a number of shared room options accommodating four, six or eight guests.

The Surf House Byron Bay

The property offers exclusive buy outs for groups of up to 230 guests, perfect for corporate teams looking for something different for their next company retreat.

The Surf House is also home to Byron Bay’s only open-air rooftop bar, decked out with beachy decor and vintage Aussie surf posters.

The space can also be hired exclusively for private events with capacity for 150 people.

One of the property’s private rooms

Millet Group owner operator Christian Millett said the property will appeal to a wide range of travellers and groups.

“The last few months have been tough and like so many businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry we’ve had to shift our goal posts and look to provide something that will be attractive to the domestic traveller,” he said.

surf house byron bay
Vintage surf posters line the walls

“In a competitive market like Byron Bay, we’ve come up with something unique in The Surf House, offering a quality yet affordable accommodation alternative for guests looking to immerse themselves into the iconic Byron Bay lifestyle.”

Guests can also enjoy complimentary use of surf boards and free Wi-Fi with multiple working spaces, plus secure underground parking, a 24-hour reception and complimentary social activities including yoga and guided lighthouse tours.

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