Bed and Breakfast New South Wales

The New South Wales area is a terrific place to visit a bed and breakfast with all its beaches, country towns and drive roads that are breathtakingly beautiful. This area is full of rich culture and activities.

When you travel there you might want to stay at some of the farm stays or bed and breakfasts that are available in NSW. These give you accommodations that are cozy, homey and a must for anyone new to the area. Many are included in the bush, the outback NSW and include home stays, farmstays, guest houses, cottages and more.

The NSW bed and breakfast can be anything from a room in someones’ home to a state of the art luxury purpose built retreat. The adbed&breakfast of this type of accommodation is that you get a better idea of what it is like to be in the country as a traveler rather than a tourist. You also will find that there are lots of interesting people who stay in the various b & b options in New South Wales and other areas of Australia.

There is plenty to do in NSW after you have checked into your bed and breakfast accommodation. Dubbo is a nice place to stay because it is a small, friendly town where you will find the Western Plains Zoo which is an open range zoo meaning that animals are allowed to wander in their own habitat like areas. You can tour it on Zoo Buggy, by bicycle, or car.

If you like fun treks, especially those things that are different, you might stay at a bnb in the Blue Mountains and experience a ghost tour. You will have a great time here exploring the legends, myths and various stories about the old buildings, murders and mishap in this region.

Some of the haunting stories you will learn about include Jack the Miner at the Convict Stockades, The Lady in Black who masquerades around Mt Victoria Pass and the cigar room full of ghosts at the Victoria & Albert House.

If you are really adventurous, and as a kid you dreamed about the circus you are in luck, especially if you thought about running away to join it. You can take a friend and actually learn to fly at the Flying Trapeze workshop. This is located in Sydney’s Homebush Bay in New South Wales. You will actually learn a position on the lower practice bar, and then get to try it out on the real flying bar. Great thrills are had by all!

If you are traveling in October, you’ll be there in time for the Griffith Festival of Gardens. This is a time when the small gardens around cottages let you come and peak in at what they are dong. This starts with the main street because it is lined with all types of citrus sculptures. You will also get to take part in activities and a festival dinner dance.

Tumbafest in January is another event that you won’t want to miss. This is an entire weekend of fun, entertainment and a chance to taste lots of different foods and wine. This is always the last weekend in February and provides music and other activities for the entire family.

Further Reading:

Stay at a bed and breakfast in Byron Bay

Treat yourself to a Hunter Valley bed and breakfast

Have a weekender at a bed and breakfast in Bowral

Great selection of bnb accommodation in Mudgee

 

 

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