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Berry Beauty

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Deborah J wrote a review Dec 2018
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I had a lovely relaxing facial. I felt great at the end. The therapist was lovely and they also have a great range of products. I will definitely be putting this on my Christmas wish list.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Nina C wrote a review Jun 2018
New South Wales, Australia20 contributions23 helpful votes
My friend and I had a hot stone massage. It felt like my massage ended abruptly without having my decolletage and head massaged like my friend had. The therapist didn’t see me out nor checked how the massage was. I would try a different service next time
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Date of experience: June 2018
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tez p wrote a review Aug 2015
south coast australia62 contributions19 helpful votes
Came for a 1 hr massage and certainly was not disappointed. Would recommend for anyone who needs a bit of r&r. Easy parking as in Albany street, so not main drag of queen at etc. Bonus for me that I now know where I can get my napoleon makeup 👍🏻
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Eli B wrote a review Apr 2015
Sydney, Australia3,727 contributions2,834 helpful votes
My femme had settled in for feminine exposure leaving me to reconnoitre the land. This is a pearl of a township, tucked neatly between the mountains and the sea. Berry is definitely a 'toffee' kind of cosiness. It has it all, from a sense of history and bucket-loads of charm, an evidently proud and passionate community with oodles of distractions, most of which are pleasant. So why 'toffee'?.... because its an extension of Sydney's leafy suburbs, with smartly-bobbed moms with bubs stepping out of Audies, Mercedes & BMWs and loads of the biggest Tourak-style tractors. Its a scene not congruent to a country village. Effervescent and speaking with the rapidity of lawyers, they swan about buying good things from excellent providors. Considering Berry's easy proximity to Sydney, Canberra and the Southern Highlands, this tiny country village with its pretty, well kept cottages, lovely gardens and quiet tree-lined streets, Berry epitomises all that is best in a country town. Better yet, its only minutes to the coast and its beautiful, unspoilt beaches, while inland lie lush rolling hills and a rainforest-clad escarpment concealing more than a few luxurious properties and second-homes enjoying remarkable views. A quick visit to the museum reveals exquisite vignettes of the area's aboriginal, dairy and social history. Homemaking and decorating is what this village is all about, the galleries and shops chokers with exquisitely designed treasures. A man does not live by looking and strolling alone. Foodies are well catered for, as i found out in the Bakery, where a plethora of wood-fired sourdough and artisanal breads accompany some deadly pastries that i have wrapped up in a box for later consumption. Down the road is Just Delicious Cafe boasting healthy, delicious food aimed at lycra-clad men & women who have never sat on a bike seat. I watch a lot of gourmet food being wrapped in brown outsized bags ready-made meals carried out by executive types especially femmes in unreasonably high heels. I settle comfortably into the library wall filled with a huge selection of books to browse while ruminating what to write about. Yep, this sure is a picturesque town, girded by lush, fertile countryside, framed by high rugged mountains. Berry is a town with a lot of past and it certainly celebrates it, by basking in its Australian profile and cosmo atmosphere. Vestiges of the past pop up when you least expect them... a disused fountain, a fence that has weathered many slaps of paint... and outside the Apex Park, a weather-worn horse trough stands neglected, while all around majestic old buildings,classified National Trust, have been restored to their former glory. The small township exudes charm, the main thoroughfare is picture-postcard pretty retaining the character and old world feel of its settlement days... a perfect place to sit and watch the world go by. My mobile intrudes into my quiet rectitude announcing that my femme is ready and waiting for her knight to pick her up. Lovely cakes in the box to complement her new skin.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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Julia S wrote a review Oct 2014
Sydney, Australia110 contributions63 helpful votes
Berry is a gorgeous, quaint town with its period architecture style buildings, great selection of cafe's and boutique shops. Recommended to stop by if you are in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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