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Cougal Park Bed and Breakfast, Kyogle

Set amid beautiful gardens, on 135.5 Hectares, Cougal Park Bed & Breakfast provides a peaceful and relaxing environment, where you can put your feet up and de-stress.

Situated in the MacPherson Ranges on the border between Queensland and New South Wales, on the Lions Tourist Drive, Cougal Park is more than just your average Bed & Breakfast, it is an experience in hospitality, comfort and service that is second to none.

Make Cougal Park your base to explore the magnificent, World Heritage listed Border Ranges National Park with all it’s different types of rainforest – or, take a picnic lunch and wander around on our walking tracks – there are many birds and native animals to be seen.

In the evenings enjoy Dinner under the stars, or in the Dining Room, then sleep in our comfy beds to awake to the sounds of the birds. Breakfast is unhurried and served on the deck with wonderful views over the valley.

Your Hosts, Hugh and Elizabeth look forward to welcoming you at Cougal Park, and sharing this wonderful property with you.

Accommodation Options

Guest Wing Double Accommodation

Suites face north to stunning view, open onto verandah, double thermal curtains, Polished timber floors, Queen size beds, electric blankets, Goosedown Doonas, selection of pilows, wardrobe, desk, overbed lighting, table & chairs, heater (winter)/fan (summer). Bathroom is large, with open shower with adjustable shower, seat,grab bar, vanity, and toiletwith grab bar, heated towel rail, tiled. Filtered drinking water provided. Unlimited Tea & coffee available in main kitchen.Refrigerator is available in kitchen area.

Family accommodation

Separate unit with Double bed alcove, and two single beds, goosedown doonas on all beds. Cot available. Own bathroom with raised shower, vanity and toilet. Grab bars in shower and toilet. Refrigerator with filtered drinking water. Wood fire.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Sightseeing
  • National Park
  • Rainforest
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife

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