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We arrived on a lovely rainy foggy afternoon to a wonderfully warm welcome from our host Veronica, who made us feel like good friends rather than paying guests. The house is beautifully kept with the most amazing views -when the fog lifts. Our room was...More
Wow what a treat!Such an awesome place run by such an awesome lady! My girlfriend and i only had one night and it wasn't enough. Veronica went to lengths to make us feel at home.Breakfast was excellent.. the full breakfast is the business!
We stayed at Windradyne Bed and Breakfast in early March 2015 - Veronica is charming - it is a beautiful place - lovely breakfast - Victorian period furniture - a real treasure ! It is close to all the walks and majestic views - and...More
Veronica absolutely spoiled us! So clean, comfortable, tastefully decorated. Good window coverings which totally blocked out light so we could sleep undisturbed. Very comfortable bed, we were in the front room downstairs.
Lovely breakfast choices, beautifully presented on china with cloth napkins (serviettes). Use of...More
We stayed here for our 39th wedding Anniversary. From the moment we walked through the front door, we felt special. The accommodation tastefully decorated in old world charm. The room we stayed in was Gunnedoo (oneof the names of the 3 sisters) The view from...More
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US$130 - US$177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed there mid week in July and it was cold enough to snow. There was ducted heating and either a fire place in the two large rooms and a heater in the smaller one. Electric blankets on the beds so we were very toasty... More
We stayed there mid week in July and it was cold enough to snow. There was ducted heating and either a fire place in the two large rooms and a heater in the smaller one. Electric blankets on the beds so we were very toasty cosy. For summer months I don't know but it looks like you can open the windows which have a flyscreen/grill for safety. It's a 1920's bungalow, double brick so I would think the house cools itself. Hope that helps.