• Original gracious 1857 sandstone cottage
• Right in town – walk everywhere
• Cosy fireplaces in 3 big double bedrooms
• Claw-foot bath
• 4-poster and brass beds, cedar windows, ornate ceilings
• Wood stove, flagged sandstone verandah, piano
• Big TV, air-con and wireless broadband
• Includes sumptuous breakfast
• Families and children welcome
• Facilities for pets by arrangement
The 3 large guest rooms all have fireplaces and double beds with twin-share and family configuration on request. “Kerong Cottage” has two bathrooms, one being a dedicated guest bathroom. Adjoining the kitchen is a stocked guest breakfast hutch (including crockery and cutlery, tea, coffee and cookies), and full-size guest fridge for the best of homeliness and convenience.
Kerong Cottage Bed and Breakfast
~ circa 1857 ~ touch your heritage and enrich your life...
Heritage listed sandstone cottage. Kerong was built in 1857 by Matthew Longwill (architect and stonemason of prominent Warwick buildings)and a copy of this original (NSW) title is on display. Warwick's famous artist Mary Dau lived here as she recorded and published sketches of the area's heritage buildings. While you are here, play the piano, relax with some big screen viewing in the lounge, check your emails using wireless broadband, or enjoy a book in the garden. Chat by the fire with hot chocolate, or perhaps a soak in the deep claw-foot bath is the tonic you need! Town is one block away so browse the shops, park and river, and walk home after a delicious meal at a restaurant or cafe – try the gourmet pastries and light meal delicacies. Then there’s the Warwick Art Gallery, Pringle Cottage Museum, and Rodeo Hall of Fame; loads of heritage sandstone buildings and magnificent rose and lavender displays – all this plus “what’s on?” in Warwick this week.