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Kirralee Bed And Breakfast, Dungog

Kirralee – An Australian Federation Guesthouse
Kirralee is a 90 year old Federation country home lovingly restored, situated in Dungog just 2 hours north of Sydney.
Wide verandahs wrap around the house, from the bedrooms, all with ensuites, French doors open out onto beautiful gardens.
Relax and enjoy the country atmosphere or visit the World Heritage Listed Barrington National Park, Chichester State Forest, Lostock Dam, go bike or horse riding, canoeing, visit local galleries, antique shops.
A full country breakfast is served between 8.00am and 9.30am in the breakfast room or on the verandah in your own private setting should you desire, please advise us the night before to allow time to prepare.
Coffee and tea making facilities are at your disposal and you can always find a freshly made cake or biscuit to enjoy.
There is an open fire in the lounge rom for those cold nights.
Enjoy complimentary evening drinks and hors d’oeuvre before a short stroll to your restaurant for dinner….
We are adults only and a non smoking house.

Accommodation Options

All Suites

The Lavender Room opens onto the side verandah with an entrance directly to the garden below.The room is furnished in antique furniture with ensuite attached.
The Rose Room has beautiful bay windows opening onto the verandah. French doors lead to a private nook which is a favorite spot for the young at heart. The room is furnished in antique furniture with ensuite attached.
The Gardenia Room has French doors which open onto the verandah with views of the side garden and township. Period furniture and ensuite make this a favorite with guests wanting a peaceful retreat.
There is one room available with twin single beds where two singles can stay for the price of a double.

Activites and Experiences at Kirralee Bed And Breakfast

  • Direct
  • Wholesale
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Relaxation
  • English
  • English
  • Adult Getaway
  • Empty Nesters
  • Self-Drive
  • Senior
  • Single
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Cash
  • 4 Stars

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