Stokers Lodge B&B Accomodation

The Heart of the Tweed Byron region
Stokers Lodge B&B accommodation is All things Stokers Siding, Byron Bay and the Tweed Coast.

Come and enjoy our relaxed private Guest accommodation, fantastic food from home cook Grant. Wander the 2 1/2 acres, find the creek, 56 Lemon Myrtle trees and much more.

Or drive and explore Mt Warning, Tweed Margaret Olley Art Centre. Be in Nimbin in 45 minutes or go the other way and travel to Byron Bay in a scenic half hour. Brunswick Heads is even closer for a dip and now has a number of very good restaurants. Ask us for more information.

Your Bedroom

Guest Lounge

Our Creek

Photographic opportunities

Rest

Take some time out. Sit by the pool. Wonder to the creek. Lie under a tree. Whatever…

Walk

Mt Warning is iconic. Allow 5 hours for the return trip and take good provisions. There are lots of other national parks nearby to explore.
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Drive

Great places within 30 minutes: Byron, Mullim, Bruns, Nimbin, Tyalgum, Kingscliff – and the Gold Coast, if you have to…

Art

The best little Gallery in Australia is 5 minutes away. The Tweed and Margaret Olley Art Centre is living art.
Stokers Lodge B&B Accommodation
TESTIMONIALS
First, but not last – wonderful stay. Good county hospitality enhanced with delicious breakfast. Will return & Recommend. Ansett and Fennell

Gracious hosts. Kind and helpful people. We wish you every success. Lovely home and setting. Rob

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Century Plant (agave)

A few weeks ago we had some guests staying who commented on the flower on our Century Pant. This plant is used in the production of Tequila and Tong and I have owned them for 15 years. I had noticed the spike however the gentleman staying informed me that these plants only flower once at the end of their life and then they die! Apparently we are in for quite a show but the result will be devastating as we have grown to love and cherish them. Enjoy these... read more

Christmas Drinks

A few days before Christmas we invited the locals for drinks and canape’ at the Lodge the was a lovely twilight and then we all headed to Anni’s for dinner with some venturing next door for the lights last year at David White’s. Enjoy these photos at the... read more

Christmas at the Lodge

It’s Christmas time again and my favorite time of the year! For many, many years I have been collecting decorations and have take to collecting them from all over the world. My latest addition is from Rajasthan, interestingly they don’t celebrate Christmas in that state but do make decorations.We went to a shop that sold amazing stuffed decorations but not sparkly and all hand made. This year we also had additions to our Patience Brewster collection of Dashaway Reindeer and Santa on his sleigh. Also our continuing addition of lighting to the house is an ongoing endeavor! It’s been a fantastic year here at the Lodge so from all of us we wish you a safe and wonderful Christmas and wonderful 2017!... read more

We are back and open for business!

As some would know, Tony and I have been in India for a month and whilst we were away we had some work done to make our guests even happier. A few days ago some of our purchases arrived including silk rugs and a Hermes cover for our piano. A fantastic trip but good to be... read more

Our Burn Pile

The Sunday before last our burn pile was earmarked for lighting. We have cleared so many trees and growth from the property that I am vague as to how many times we have lit it this year. This time was quite funny because Tony had mentioned that he was going to light it but I ignored him and laid down for a nap, 40 minutes later I couldn’t sleep and went down to the western field only to find one last small branch still smouldering, so funny it burnt in no... read more