Kintamaya Luxury On The Beach – Holiday Rental 2018-06-04T13:35:30+00:00

Project Description

Kintamaya Luxury On The Beach – Holiday Rental

Contact Details

Phone: 02 6639 1200 or 0488 058 227

Email:TenilleSkinner@mcgrath.com.au

Website: Byron Luxury Holidays

It was the family holiday you taught the eldest how to surf. You went on romantic beach walks and felt the sand under your toes at sunrise. You built sandcastles with your youngest and saw a whale. You stayed right on the beach in the luxury beach house, Kintamaya and have been
coming back every year since.

Kintamaya is luxury beachfront accommodation on the most desirable street in beachside Suffolk Park. You have direct access to Tallow Beach through a private rainforest track. No need to find parking for your daily surf.

The warmth of the timber interiors, colourful stained glass features and lush tropical gardens sing summer all year long. It’s spacious, expansive and easy to entertain here.

Challenge the young at heart to a game of pool, or just chill out on the private decks. There’s only one mantra here: Relax, Laugh, Surf.
Kintamaya will be the family beach holiday everyone wants to come on, and never leave.

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