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24 Dabee Rd, Kandos

This 1930’s self-catering cottage at Kandos is nestled beneath the Coomber Melon Range and set in a half acre garden. Savour its privacy, charm and comfort. Enjoy the offerings of twin-towns Kandos and Rylstone. Relax in the orchard, smell the roses and collect the herbs.
Everything is provided including luxury linen, airconditioning/heating, fully equipped kitchen, 2 showers and 2 toilets, dishwasher, microwave, 2 TVs/DVD, bbq and picnic needs, 2 queen beds, 1 king bed (converts 2 singles), separate dining room and eat-in kitchen.
Hire a canoe at Dunn’s Swamp, walk to Rylstone, play golf at Henbury, swim in the olympic pool, fish in Lake Windamere, climb Rocky, bushwalk in the Wollemi National Park, picnic at Ferntree Gully, visit the wineries and olive farms, drive to the goldfields, do a heritage tour including the Kandos museum.
Ideal for families or couples, weekends or longer stays.

Accommodation Options

Self-catering cottage

2 queen bedrooms, 1 king bedroom which can be converted to 2 singles. Quality towels and linen.


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