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Breakfast Creek House is an outstanding property nestled at the very end of a small valley and is surrounded on three sides by the Dharug National Park. Through the middle of the 60 acre property flows the pristine Breakfast Creek. The magestic Hawkesbury River is a 10 minute walk away. The 3 bedroom house has been lovingly created from recycled timbers with many unique features and offers two separate living areas, an extra large kitchen fully stocked with loads of plates, cutlery and quality cooking equipment, three TVs with dvd, blu-ray, VAST TV, two bathrooms, two outdoor decks with dining table and lounges, self cleaning solar heated pool with solar blanket and the great outdoors.
The luxury accommodation in the main house comprises of 1 king bed ensuite bathroom, 1 queen bed, 2 extra long single beds or 1 king bed, 2 bunks, 1 double sofa couch. Total sleeping capacity is 10 for the main house.
The cottage is nearby but separate to the main house and sleeps 2 guests in a queen bed. Recently renovated, this unique cottage has it's own kitchen and bathroom. A single mattress or porta cot can be placed in the cottage for a child.
Normal weekend rate for the main house and cottage is $2,000 - up to 12 guests
Long weekends are a minimum 3 night stay
Xmas and New Years Eve, minimum 6 nights, house and cottage, up to 12 guests
The manager resides nearby in separate accommodation and is available should you require assistance. Please do look for us on that popular social media website and like our page.
Things to do in the area
Hire a party boat in Spencer
Kayak or fish on the Hawkesbury River
Walk the the Great North Road Convict Trail at Wiseman's Ferry
A round of Golf at the Springs Golf Course Peats Ridge
Play tennis or basketball at the Spencer court
Visit one of the oldest pubs in Australia at St Albans
Or lose the car keys. Lie by the pool. Read a book. Stroll to the water hole. Make great food in the fabulous kitchen. And don't forget to breathe