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Glen Innes Bed & Breakfast, Glen Innes

This quaint two story cape cod cottage has all the old fashion comforts and genuine hospitality you could wish for. Located on the New England Highway just a short leisurely stroll to the historic main street, where the majority of buildings are heritage listed capturing the remaining legacy of our past colonial charm.

Picturesque Glen Innes is Australia’s Celtic Capital nestled in the Northern Tablelands of the New England district and is the perfect place to rest when travelling by car. It is strategically located at the junction of New England and Gwydir Highways, just 7 hours from Sydney, 4 hours from Brisbane and 2 1/2 hours from Grafton.

Nearby activities to enjoy are fossicking, visiting the Standing Stones and World Heritage llisted National Parks.

Accommodation Options


Beds & linen supplied
Electric blankets
Towels & soap
Alarm clock/radio
Fresh water carafe
Share shower/toiolet facilities

Popular Activities

  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Wilderness
  • World Heritage

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