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Byhurst At Tanunda, Tanunda

Enjoy self contained, bed and breakfast accommodation two, four or six people at Byhurst At Tanunda. A 1920’s bungalow fully renovated in heritage (light) colours featuring leadlight windows, high ornate ceilings, original floor boards, wine cellar, old latticed garden room, original washhouse, large motor garage and unique summerhouse.

Relax under the pergola with an outdoor setting and barbecue or sit on the front verandah in the old world wicker chairs. Located close to main street shops, restaurants and within walking distance of swimming pool and tennis courts. Guests can enjoy dining at local restaurants including the 1918 Restaurant, local hotels, antique and craft shops and then enjoy a leisurely stroll back to accommodation.

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Two queen beds, two single beds, one sofa bed.

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