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Tumblegum Inn, Gerringong

Centrally situated in the village of Gerringong, federation style home, furnished with antiques and nestled
behind century old Norfolk Island pines is in a quiet location.

Five minutes walk to beautiful Werri Beach or Boat Harbour with its saltwater pool. Two queen sized rooms and one twin share, all with en-suite, fans, electric blankets, remote TV and clock radios. Guest lounge with tea and coffee facilities, fridge, books and games.

Fully cooked breakfast served in the guest lounge or on the shady verandah.
Caring friendly hospitality.

Accommodation Options


Queen Rooms have ensuite, fans, electric blankets, heaters, remote TV, hair dryers, clock radios.


Twin Room has ensuite, fan , electric blankets, heater, remote TV, clock radio, hair dryer.


Popular Activities

  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Shopping
  • Wildlife

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