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Orangewood, Alice Springs Bed and Breakfast, Alice Springs

Orangewood offers quality traditional bed and breakfast accommodation and superior service in a family home seven minutes walk from the centre of Alice Springs. The home is furnished with antiques and original art works. The guest sitting room and library has an open fire place, piano, music system and other facilities.

Surrounding the swimming pool is a grove of orange trees which gives the house its name. These trees in season provide the freshly squeezed orange juice for breakfast. Breakfast is supervised by Angus, the resident cat.

Accommodation Options

Room Two

This attractive, comfortable room contains a double bed.

Room One

This room contains a queen size bed, and is comfortable and welcoming.

Room Three

This large room contains a king size bed, which can also be made into two single beds, as well as an ensuite bathroom with spa bath.

Room Four Cottage

The cottage suite contains a bedroom with a king size bed or two single beds and a sitting room with a sofa bed suitable for a third person. Transfers and gourmet dinner for two may be included, please enquire with operator.


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