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Travel guide New South Wales for Pet friendly


Review - Old Bara Guesthouse
By Penny Parsons

Old Bara Road via Mudgee New South Wales You feel as though you are the only people around - there is no sign of other houses, just paddocks and grazing cattle, which gives an amazing sense of peace and quiet. There are wonderful views of the Mudgee hills and the property. Overall rating?    Excellent, with outstanding ambience and cleanliness    What makes Old Bara different? The sense of peace and seclusion makes this a very relaxing place. It feels as though you are living on your own farm and the feeling of privacy is very relaxing. The house is set in 1300 acres and there is plenty of wildlife, including kangaroos, wombats and hares. Accommodation overview Old Bara has four bedrooms, two have queen-size beds, one has a double bed and t... Read more

Review - Seabreeze Thirroul
By Susie Moore

2/16 Bath Street Thirroul, Illawarra Region NSW This is a modern, clean and fresh two-bedroom apartment, perfectly located between the beach and the town. Overall rating?    Excellent, with outstanding cleanliness What makes Seabreeze different? This clean and bright apartment has everything you need for a seaside holiday and being self-contained, it means that you can choose to browse the local shops and self-cater, or sample the delights of the eateries in the town. Accommodation overview There are two bedrooms, one has a queen-size bed and the other has a double bed. There is room for extra guests, with the sofa sleeping one and there is also a single folding bed that can be used, if necessary. The bedrooms have plenty of wardrobe space and lovely li... Read more

Review - Jellore Cottage
By Hannah Kothe

Best pet-friendly holiday accommodation: Jellore Cottage, Berrima, New South Wales Jellore Cottage is the winner of TakeABreak 2008 National Award for best pet-friendly accommodation and is the perfect pet-friendly destination; a charming self-contained heritage listed 1860s colonial cottage in the idyllic town of Berrima in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. The cottage captures the romance of a bygone era while providing all the modern amenities for a comfortable stay for you and your pet. The town of Berrima was established in 1831 and remains as the only example of an existing and largely preserved Australian Georgian colonial town. Located in a picturesque valley on a bend of the Wingecarribee River, Berrima is comfortable drive from several major centres (Sydney: 125km, 80m... Read more

Review - Blue Moon
By Myrna Smith

18 Killcare Road Killcare Central Coast NSW Blue Moon on New South Wales’s Central Coast is a great retreat only one minute from the beach and close to the shops. Come and enjoy this beautiful cottage. Overall rating?           Excellent What makes Blue Moon different? This cottage in charming Killcare is a great escape from the city. There is so much to do with the nearby beach, national park, shops and more. Robyn makes you feel very well looked after and the house is beautifully prepared, the only thing you need to do is relax.   Accommodation overview This wonderful three bedroom cottage sleeps up to seven people. The upstairs area is a huge open plan expanse with large windows looking out to the view and access to th... Read more

Review - Milton Country Cottages
By Nicole Corson

83 Egan’s Farm Lane, Yatte Yattah, NSW Only a short drive from Milton, this wonderful bed & breakfast is perfect just to sit and relax after a stroll through the gardens looking at the pottery made by the owner. Overall rating?  Outstanding What makes Milton Country Cottages different? Milton Country Cottages has such a relaxed atmosphere, with wonderful hosts who are there if you need them or just ready for a chat, without making you feel crowded during your stay.  In a great location, not far from Milton, it is just far enough away that you can enjoy the native flora and fauna from your private verandah in the evening while eating dinner, yet know that anything you need from the shops is only a short drive away. In fact, not long after we arrived a couple of k... Read more

Editor's Choice - Banjo's House
By Lisa Monk

Banjo’s House The Port Stephens area is well named as a blue water wonderland. The region is so extensive and offers so much choice for visitors that you can be in the hustle and bustle of Nelson Bay, or chill out in the serenity of North Arm Cove and environs. There is so much on offer in this region, with its easy access to the waterways of Hawks Nest and Tea Gardens, the Myall River and Myall Lakes.   One of the hidden gems of North Arm Cove is Banjo’s House, a self-contained home in the tranquil village of Bundabah, with a glorious location on a waterfront reserve, overlooking North Arm Cove Bay, and set in spacious and landscaped grounds.   The right holiday house has to be many things … well appointed, well located and with the right ambien... Read more

Review - Russellee
By Sally Hobson

462 Wee Jasper Road Tumut NSW A welcoming B&B and farmstay that lets you enjoy the beauty of the area – and welcomes your pets too! Overall rating?    Outstanding What makes Rusellee different? This is a B&B and more… there is a cottage, a studio, a unit and the B&B itself.  All enjoy the spacious grounds and the peace and tranquillity of the bush surrounds – yet also have the convenience of being close to the snow and walking trails. Accommodation overview We stayed in the Rosella Suite, which sleeps four people.  There is a king-size bed (can be set up as twins), as well as a double.  The cottage ‘Kookaburra’ sleeps two, again with a king-size bed that can be used as two singles.  The B&B als... Read more

Editor's Choice - 'My Place' Sanctuary Point B&B
By Lisa Monk

This is one property where the name truly says it all.  You will feel as though you have found your home away from home and the perfect place to take a break from the hectic pace of everyday life, within the tranquillity of beautiful Sanctuary Point. Just a short stroll away from the delights of the St George Basin, this B&B has everything you could wish for to make your stay both relaxing and memorable. The purpose-built accommodation means that your privacy and comfort are assured and quality inclusions such as TV/DVD/CD and queen-size bed make it an ideal getaway.  ‘My Place’ is just right for two adults, there is a portacot available on request and your furry friend is also welcome to come with you. The beachside location guarantees relaxation, and the m... Read more

Editor's Choice - Ophir Valley Cabins
By Lisa Monk

There may or may not be gold in ‘them there hills’, but Orange is certainly a place with many golden opportunities to enjoy yourself.  Set in the glorious explorer territory of the Central West, one of the first things you notice about Orange is its sense of history.  An easy few hours drive from Sydney, Orange is a city that has become a mecca for those who enjoy the good things in life, along with a flavour of the country. Ophir Valley Cabins are a short drive from the centre of Orange, and are the perfect place to stay while you discover all that Orange and the surrounds have to offer you, whether you are looking to keep the family happy, or are on the gourmet trail with friends or a special someone. You have a choice of staying in “The Lodge”, &l... Read more

Review - Ranelagh B&B
By Jill Collins

Bourke Street, Dubbo New South Wales Style and grace in 'Explorer Country' The property is a beautiful old home built in the late 1800s. It is set back off the road (which is good as Bourke Street is the Newell Highway) with a long drive.  It is a reminder of times past and more gracious living. Overall rating? Excellent What makes Ranelagh B&B different? This stately home is set in grounds that include sweeping gardens, a tennis court, chook yard, pool, sitting area and is just a short drive from the centre of Dubbo.  The period furnishings and inclusions such as a home theatre (with DVDs and videos) and billiard room make this a B&B that is out of the ordinary. Accommodation overview There are four double rooms, three feature queen-size beds and the fourth has ... Read more

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