Koonyum Range Retreat in Byron Bay is one of Australia’s most exclusive and private retreats that not only offers you the chance to stay in one of only 2 chalets or the main residence (if you prefer), but they also encourage you to bring along your family dog.
Now Pip is my beloved maltese schnauzer cross and I have to say, I love taking her everywhere with me. She has stayed in more hotels than most people and certainly has been on more planes. Travelling once a week interstate is the norm for this pampered pooch, so you can imagine my frustrations when holiday season comes and there is nowhere that allows you to go on a good holiday with your pet.
Koonyum Range Retreat is perfect for the family dog as its perched on the side of a hill and there is nothing more peaceful than a leisurely walk down the hill to stretch the legs.
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