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Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast, Sawtell, Sawtell

Elizabeth B&B boasts a restful atmosphere and yet is only a short stroll from the beach and restaurants. The delightful main street of this quaint seaside village is only 150 metres away, where you can choose from its enviable selection of eateries, from first class restaurants to simple take-aways.

Designed with the discerning guest in mind, Elizabeth B&B caters for one couple at a time. You can be assured of privacy, you are the sole guests and have your own private keyed entry. Your hosts, Warren and Jill are committed to providing top quality accommodation and have given fine attention to detail to maximise your comfort. We are also BABY FRIENDLY at no extra cost, with a portacot (linen supplied) which has a removable bassinette and a snugglebed for newborns, and a high chair which locks onto the dining table. As you are the only guests, there is no problem about disturbing others.

Sawtell is just 6Kms south of Coffs Harbour, and is perfectly placed for a holiday or a stopover when travelling the NSW coast between Sydney and Brisbane, or for a holiday at any time. This area has a myriad of pursuits and tourist attractions, so you can be as active or as relaxed as you choose.

Accommodation Options

Queen Room

Spacious accommodation comprising bedroom with queen sized bed, a separate private dining/sitting room which leads to your own private courtyard, and separate"3 way" bathroom with bath and shower. "3-way" bathroom means that the vanity is separate, as is the toilet, from the bath and shower area.
As Elizabeth B&B caters for only one couple at any time, the accommodation is for your exclusive use and is completely private. We are now baby friendly, and offer the use of a portacot and highchair at no extra cost.


Popular Activities

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  • Beach
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Golfing

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