Terragong offers a bed and breakfast experience unsurpassed in the region for luxury and exclusivity, in a relaxed and genuinely welcoming setting.
Built in 1858 as a gentleman’s residence, the lovingly refurbished Colonial Georgian home sits on 12 acres of lush gardens and pastures in the heart of the verdant Jamberoo Valley on the New South Wales South Coast an hour and a half drive south of Sydney.
Terragong House is included on the Register of National Estate with the Australian Heritage Commission, as well as on the Register of the National Trust of Australia. Member of the Hosted Accommodation Australia Association.
Three stylish guest bedrooms are beautifully appointed, offering luxurious amenities for the perfect escape. Each room has a unique, tasteful and sophisticated décor, with original period details such as pressed metal ceilings and sash windows, as well as vintage, designer and antique furnishings. All three rooms are queen-bedded and all have en suite bathrooms.
Rates include a two-course cooked breakfast each morning, as well as complimentary wine and canapes served in the Library each afternoon.
Your hosts Simon and Darryl look forward to welcoming you!
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
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Queen bedded with en suite.
The most striking feature of the Pomegranate Room is its ‘fruit’ pattern wallpaper – a William Morris design called Pomegranate, dating from 1864. Or perhaps the most striking feature is the Colonial-style cast iron bed from Ralph Lauren? They’ll let you decide!
With views of the Southern Highlands escarpment to the west.Alarm Clock Blankets Desk Electric Blankets Flat-screen TV Hairdryer Heating Internet Access Linen supplied Private Bathroom CD Player Refrigerator Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Wi-Fi Internet Access iPod Dock
Queen bedded with ensuite.
The Raj Room takes its name from the rather impressive four-poster bed of solid teak, made in Rajasthan and dating from approximately 1840. The walls of the Raj Room are finished in a Morris and Co wallpaper pattern called ‘Bachelors Button’, designed by William Morris in 1892 – a monochromatic depiction of cornflowers (known in folklore as Bachelors Buttons as they were worn by young men in love).
The Raj Room is on the western side of the house, and affords views of the neighbouring Jerrara Creek Farm paddocks.Alarm Clock Blankets Desk Electric Blankets Flat-screen TV Hairdryer Heating Iron Linen supplied Private Bathroom Refrigerator Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Wi-Fi Internet Access iPod Dock
Queen bedded with ensuite (wheelchair accessible ensuite).
The Parlour Room is light and airy, with walls of original match-lining (weatherboards) and a distinctly spacious feel. The room has been finished with a quirky mix of antique and vintage furniture and artwork, including a Chinese scholar’s desk, a Louis XV provincial commode (chest of drawers), framed Kuba-cloth panels and an Australia Pictorial Exploration Map dating from the 1950s.
Windows facing east overlook the main paddock and neighbouring farmland.Alarm Clock Blankets Desk Electric Blankets Flat-screen TV Hairdryer Heating Linen supplied Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture Private Bathroom Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Wi-Fi Internet Access iPod Dock
Single occupancy – AUD325 per night.
Double occupancy – AUD345 per night.
Includes an hour of wine/canape service each afternoon and two-course breakfast each morning.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 11:00 am