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Bryn Glas Bed And Breakfast, Moruya

Bryn glas is a modern homestead style residence situated on five acres, approximately 300km south of
Sydney in the Eurobodalla Shire, just four minutes drive from Moruya township. We are within a short driving distance from Batemans Bay, Mogo, Tuross Head and Narooma. The area has wonderful beaches and National Parks.
We also have a self contained cottage set in a quiet secluded area of the property, furnished with a Balinese influence the cottage sleeps up to 4 people and has a fully equiped kitchen. It is ideal for birdwatching and close encounters with local fauna.
We have young cattle on the property and a number of chickens roam our newly planted orchard. Our 300
lavender plants promise to be a wonderful show this season. Enjoy breakfast on the verandah, taking in the
fresh country air.
Just a short drive from Bryn Glas will allow you to enjoy river or ocean fishing. There are also many bush
walking tracks in the area, golf courses museums and a choice of delightfull quiet beaches.

Accommodation Options

Queen Rooms

Queen Rooms, Air Con. TV Full Ensuite Facilities


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