Biddies on farm Cottage at “Sproxtons", Nelligen.
Experience country charm and the peace of the bush without compromising on convenience.
Located on 52 hectares of undulating pastureland, surrounded by Cyne Mallows Creek and pristine State Forest, Biddies cottage is a cosy getaway for those who wish to escape the crowds and relax in blissful solitude.
Spend your days exploring the historic village of Nelligen, travel into Batemans Bay for shopping and restaurants, experience the gold mining village of Mogo and visit the snow leopards at the Mogo Zoo. Relax at any of the beaches along the south coast from Durras down to Broulee or go canoeing in the Clyde River at Nelligen. As evening falls you can watch the stunning sunset over the mountains from your veranda or wander down to a private jetty to enjoy the sunlight dissolving in the river with a spectacular array of colours.
Biddies on farm cottage is only 3km on a dirt road directly off the Kings Highway, less than 2 hours from Canberra, 5km from Nelligen with a small cafe, nursery, take-away and small convenience store, wharf and BBQ facilities, boat ramp, Steampacket Pub, and only 12 minutes from the hub of Batemans Bay. The cottage has private access and all creature comforts such as air conditioning, a microwave and washing machine, CD, TV and DVD player.
Biddies cottage is studio-style and is only suitable for two people. ALL BED LINEN AND TOWELS ARE SUPPLIED.
PLEASE NOTE: this property is unsuitable for babies, young children and teenagers. Please do not make a booking with children as refusal may offend.
PET FRIENDLY OUTDOOR ONLY. NOT DOG-PROOF FENCED
For those who wouldn't consider leaving their best friend at home whilst on holidays Biddies offers a weather-proof kennel underneath the veranda and all well-behaved outdoor dogs are welcome. Please bring your own pet bedding and bowls. Biddies is also surrounded by fully fenced paddocks with plenty of sun and shade and guests are more than welcome to bring their horses. Lazy summer days can be spent trail-riding through the surrounding Benandarah State Forest with or without a guide.
"This is a gloriously peaceful retreat with idyllic setting: cows grazing, rolling hills down to a gentle winding river. We loved it We found every convenience was available in the cottage Our favourite spot was on the verandah at dusk with a glass of red wine. We walked, read, wined and dined: a perfect holiday. We particularly enjoyed our morning walks to explore another aspect of the property and the canoe trip up the river was fabulous. We unreservedly recommend it"
R. Wright, Sydney