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Amble In Bungalow Bed and Breakfast, Mount Gambier

Enjoy a comfortable stay in Mount Gambier at Amble In Bungalow Bed and Breakfast. The 1920’s stone bungalow style cottage is located in the city centre, close to shopping, restaurants, theatre, caves, sinkholes and just five minutes drive from the Blue Lake. The Bungalow has been recently renovated to provide modern facilities giving consideration to children.

The queen size bedroom has a choice of blankets/bedspread or quilt. The second bedroom has been fitted out with two single beds and trundle, all with wool and polyester quilts and a cot is also available. The main bathroom contains a shower and hand basin. A separate toilet is located off the laundry, which contains an automatic washing machine, dryer and ironing facilities. A roomy kitchen/dining has a full size stove, oven and refrigerator also microwave and dishwasher. All cooking utensils are provided and ample crockery and cutlery, table and chairs for six people.

The open space lounge adjoins the kitchen with reverse cycle air conditioning for all season comfort and indoor relaxation with a colour television, video and compact disc player. A secure undercover outdoor area with an electric roller door and hooded gas barbecue doubles as an undercover drying if required. Local calls and Internet access is available.

Being located within 30 minutes drive of Nelson, Princess Margaret Rose Cave, Port MacDonnell and Piccininnie Ponds, 60 minutes from Portland and 40 minutes from the Coonawarra winery area, many holiday activities are available.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed, two single beds, trundle bed and foldaway bed.

Popular Activities

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  • Shopping
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