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Berrilee Bed and Breakfast, Sydney Suburbs

Berrilee Bed and Breakfast is located in a secluded bushland setting, 2km from the mighty Hawkesbury River and its many attractions.

We welcome you to enjoy this beautiful sandstone and cedar home built of three levels. The bed and breakfast located on the ground floor is fully self-contained offering two rooms, 1 Queen/1 King or (2 single beds), bathroom, laundry, full kitchen, comfortable lounge and air-conditioning. The makings for a full hot breakfast are supplied cereals, toast, jams, coffee are all included in the tariff. The patio and barbeque are for your own use, set among the beautiful gardens and extensive Japanese style water features including photographic bridges, all to wander at your leisure.
The second and third floors have sleeping for 9 and have tea/coffee making facilities all meals are served in the purpose built dining room.

Within the majestic river gorges of the Hawkesbury River the visitor can find fine dining with scenic recreational boating and fishing. This rural property is only 50 minutes by car from the CBD, and the local area provides activities like, bird watching, bush walking, galleries, nurseries and horse riding.

Close by is the F3 freeway north to the scenic central coast and to the south over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge into the city.

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