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Felicity’s Guest House, Hay

Felicity’s Guest House is located only 9kms from Hay on a local property. Visit a unique location set amongst the natural surroundings of the Western Riverina. Blend in with the local flora during a relaxing stay nestled amongst the gum trees and established 3 hectares of gardens, overlooking the tranquil Murrumbidgee River.

A deluxe private suite with river views amid a three hectare garden. Includes queen bed with ensuite, kitchenette and private sitting rooms with television. Tennis court, croquet lawn and BBQ area are available for use.

Cook your own Breakfast offering a hearty menu selection with ample food supplied.

Wake up to the sounds of kookaburra’s calling and observe the wide variety of bird life within the garden. Take a peaceful stroll through the quiet garden surroundings or visit Hay’s tourist attractions that are only minutes away.

Tours of the 1600-Hectare irrigation farm are available upon request.

Breathtaking views of local flora and close encounters with our unique bird life.

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