Bed and Breakfast Central Coast

The Central Coast area of New South Wales in Australia is an interesting and fun place to visit especially when you love bed and breakfast accommodation. This area is a popular holiday destination for people who love to getaway from it all to swim, surf or just take a leisurely walk down the beach.

There are a variety of different accommodation choices that you can stay in while visiting the area and one of the preferred is at a bed and breakfast along the Central Coast. Many people like this style of accommodation because it gives you a more private stay and they are usually close to many tourist attractions. However there are many different types of accomodation to choose from including hotels, luxury apartments, beach houses, motels and more!

One fine Central Coast bed and breakfast is the Bellbird Rest Bed and Breakfast in Lisarow which is on the NSW Central coast; they are also located near Gosford. Guests enjoy the quiet atmosphere and you will see the kookaburras, rosellas and the gum trees of Australia in and around this beautiful spot. You will get a daily cooked or continental breakfast and when you arrive, you have the choice of wine or champagne and a box of chocolates.

Speaking of wine, you may want to try a bed & breakfast in the Hunter Valley also on the Central Coast. This is a lush valley that hosts many local wineries and places to shop in the various art galleries and shops. There are also many special events in the area. If you stay, Abelia House may have just the right accommodations for you. They are a traditional homestead and for a little extra charge, you can drive to the various vineyards in a 1939 limousine.

Some of the Central Coast events that you won’t want to miss are in August, the Toast of Lovedale is a sure bet because it gives you a taste of gourmet food, produce and more. You can view art from the area and listen to great music as you taste and sample the food and wine from local restaurants and wineries. You can also take some wine tours.

Most tourists love to visit museums while visiting the Central Coast. The Henry Kendall Cottage and Historical Museum is a combination of fun and excitement.

In October, a must see event is the deep blue concert–The Orchestra Unleashed. This is a small orchestra of local talent who do their best to entertain the audience. They are young and they present an interactive concert that is totally interactive with the audience. They play a variety of music and they change the music according to audience interest.

The Gosford Conservatorium is another great place for tourists to explore because it is just about music. They have several concerts a year and they are about full expression of music for children and adults. The Central Coast Gig Guide will also give you all the information you need about the local events.

After a quiet night at one of the bed and breakfasts in the Central Coast of NSW you may want to take a cruise and do some whale watching. You can see the whales in Broken Bay and get there by going to either Ettalong Wharf or Palm Beach. Both of these locations have pickups for this purpose. If you enjoy the water, you won’t want to miss Aquamuse because you can get out on the water for some fun. They have surf skis, pedal boats and much more.