Our modern and cosy guest house has been created with all the creature comforts of home, for an enjoyable and relaxing stay. We will supply you with a light breakfast, tea, coffee and toast. Our newly built and decorated guest house is separate from the main home, where you'll share a backyard. We are close to Tuggerah Lake, scenic walking trails, cycleways, lovely parklands and magnificent bird and wildlife.
“Beautiful little granny flat tucked away backing onto a beautiful reserve. Waking up looking out the window to see trees and birds. Anna, has really spent extra touches on all her furnishes to make it feel like home. Then driving all day getting to your little place then finding all the extras you need like milk, juice, tea, coffee, snacks, butter just really is just wonderful oh and the fresh fruit basket...how thoughtful. Loved my stay will definitely be back...”
Our 1 bedroom guest suite comprises of the bottom level of our two storey house. It is perfect for couples or singles. It sleeps 2 however we do have a port-a-cot. It has its own private entry so you can have as much or as little interaction with us as you like. Please note there are six steps down from street level.
“Karen and Sean’s place was just superb! Nestled in a quiet, beautiful, oasis of green. The space was stylish, really comfortable and the nice little touches were greatly thoughtful and appreciated. Highly recommend this listing!”
Willa Willa Park is close to Bushwalking and Mountain Bike trails, Tourist route 33 to the vineyards, weekly Farmers Markets, The Historic Great North Road, the Hawkesbury River, Satyananda Yoga Ashram and much more. You’ll love the peaceful rural outlook on our Certified Organic Farm with abundant wildlife, . Willa Willa Park is only a 35min drive to the best of the Central Coasts beaches, good for couples and solo adventurers. Breakfast provided for 2 guests. Additional breakfasts extra.
“Everything about advertised cabin was spot on. Kim came to meet us and we loved meeting Kramer and if your a dog lover you will too. Fed the pony and sheep in the morning and one sheep in particular will still be your mate even after the carrots are all gone and still be keen for a scratch around the ears. Thanks Kim .”