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Berridale Ski Holiday House ‘Merrydale Cottage’, Berridale

Our Berridale House ‘Merrydale Cottage’ is situated approximately 45 minutes drive to skiing resorts in Kosciuszko National Park. Spectacular spring, summer & autumn alpine walks. Approximately 15 to 20 minutes drive to Jindabyne & Cooma. ‘Merrydale Cottage’ is close to Trout Fishing at nearby Lake Jindabyne or Lake Eucumbene. Close to Mountain Bike Riding, Golf Course and of course the Great Snowy River. Country pub & Golf club. Town swimming pool close by for summer relaxion. Merrydale Cottage is a privately owned
3 bedroom holiday cottage in the delightful town of Berridale, with country atmosphere, halfway between Cooma & Jindabyne in the NSW Snowy Mountains.

It was designed specially for comfortable skiing and country holidays with the following features:-
* Oil heated & well insulated for cosy winter comfort. Aligned to due north for maximum sun. Wide, shady eaves for coolness in the summer.
* Large laundry warmed by the oil heater & set up as drying room for wet clothes after a day in the snow.
* Toilet is seperate from the bathroom which makes it easier for 2 families to share.
* Spacious living/dining area.
* Large, level yard. Plenty of parking.
* Council approved. Suit two families.

**** Ideal for a family holiday ****

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Merrydale Cottage

3 Bedroom House.
Two double beds in two bedrooms.
Two double bunks in 3rd bedroom.
Seperate toilet from bathroom.
Fully carpeted.
Dining table sits 8 comfortably


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