Accommodation is a self contained and located on 50 acres of prime grazing land in Berry on the South Coast of NSW.
Berry Farmstay offers guests a comfortable rural experience that ensures you leave relaxed and refreshed.
Positioned in a beautiful garden setting, Berry Farmstay abounds with family pets and native fauna. Your pet is also very welcome at the property.
Guests can choose to enjoy a quiet, peaceful and private getaway or they can get involved with the daily activities of animal care, the choice is yours.
On a cooler evening, you can sit back, relax and take in the ambiance of the lovely fireplace whilst sipping on your favorite beverage.
You may also wish to unwind in the heated spa or take a refreshing plunge in the salt water pool.
We are located within easy walking distance of town over level terrain, you might like to bring a bicycle and explore the surrounding area.
The accommodation has kitchenette facilities as guests often choose to enjoy the restaurants of Berry or cook al fresco on the barbeque. Please note in features that there is not a full kitchen only microwave, hot plate and frying pan. A stove and oven are not available.
We live on site and Berry Farmstay is also the home of Connollys Equestrian, a venture dedicated to breeding and training quality Australian warmblood horses. The horses are purpose bred for showjumping and we are happy to discuss this equestrian sport with our guests. You may wish to bring your horse for a short stay, we can accommodate horses and have riding facilities. Lessons can also be arranged.
Enjoy "Berry Farmstay", we do and we are sure you will too.
Comfortable Guest Options:
Berry Farmstay offers accommodation for a maximum of 6 guests in 3 bedrooms.
Bed 1 - Queen bed
Bed 2 - Double bed
Bed 3 & 4 - 2 King singles.
This allows a party of six, be they adults or children, to decide on what is most comfortable for their group.
Additional services and activities by arrangement:
Babysitting and child minding
Introduction to horse care
Riding and lessons on own horse