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Billabong Bed & Breakfast, Canowindra

Billabong Bed & Breakfast is a self contained cottage nestled
in an established rural garden which also includes a tennis court,
swimming pool and extensive views over the Belubula River Valley
and surrounding hills; offering guests a peaceful and quiet experience.

The cottage has four rooms, all facilities, one double bedroom plus
two other beds, bassinet, cot and high chair on request and
r/c airconditioning.

While at Billabong B&B relax and enjoy the rural atmosphere,
garden and abundant bird life, tennis, swimming, walking,
picnics, fishing or just relaxing by the river and contemporary
country food, using seasonal home grown produce, jams and preserves.

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