Burradoo, established about one and a quarter centuries ago, is today an elegant residential area adjacent to Bowral, in the centre of the Southern Highlands.
Long favoured as a country retreat by generations of city folk, Burradoo's leafy streets and lanes, grand houses, and magnificent gardens have their own very special attraction for the modern visitor.
And in the heart of Burradoo is Chorleywood B&B, which offers private, relaxed, and informal accommodation for two people amidst an acre of ever changing cold climate gardens.
Chorleywood is a spacious, detached, private cottage with its own entrance.
The cottage contains a double bed (or twins), ensuite bathroom, with fluffy towels and all linen supplied.
Cool in summer, and cosily heated for those colder evenings, relax in comfortable lounges and enjoy TV, music, or reading magazines and books.
A fully equipped kitchen, with stove, fridge, microwave and all utensils, allows you to make your own meals during your stay.
Of course, at Chorleywood a generous breakfast hamper is provided with country fresh provisions to start your day: cereals, breads, ham, eggs, tomatoes, milk, plunger coffee and a range of teas.
Bowral, with its many cafes and excellent restaurants is just a fifteen minute walk away.
However, our guests often prefer to cook in the kitchen, serve a gourmet take-away and relax and dine in the cottage, or if you prefer - in the main house's elegant dining room nearby.
Or better still, sit on the shady private verandah at tables and chairs overlooking the gardens, or even dine alfresco under an umbrella on the terrace which has a BBQ for your own use.
Your host, Sue Hawick (a retired school psychologist), likes her guests to feel relaxed and to enjoy the tranquil, informal surroundings at Chorleywood.
Feel free to join her pottering around in the garden, or just spend some time in quiet reflection on one of the many benches and seats among the beautiful garden beds and trees and watch the abundant native birdlife.
A morning or evening stroll around the nearby picturesque streets of Burradoo is a local custom you will not be able to resist.
Sue will be happy to offer information about local attractions, and can help organise intineraries for sightseeing, golf, bushwalking, shopping, and assist with transport - to and from the train station, or while you are enjoying your getaway in the Highlands.
Or, if you choose, offer a private and quiet environment for you to enjoy during your stay.
|For bookings and enquiries
- please contact Sue making sure you mention the dates you are interested in:|
86 Burradoo Road, Burradoo NSW 2576
Phone/fax: (02) 4861 3617
|Tariff: [Includes Bed & Breakfast]|