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566 Wagonga Scenic Dr, Narooma, New South Wales 2546 Australia
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#2 of 7 B&Bs / Inns in Narooma
A gorgeous water frontage farmstay self contained cottage for two, high on a hill overlooking the lovely Wagona Inlet and with views to Mt Dromedary in the South. Peaceful, tranquil and welcoming. Hear only the sounds of the birds as you relax on your private terrace and gaze at the views. Only ten minutes from both the seaside town of Narooma and the National Trust village of Central Tilba, Pub Hill is an ideal stopover on the way from Sydney to Melbourne. But plan to stay two nights at least...this area has plenty to offer and is one of the loveliest parts of the stunning NSW South Coast.
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NinaBusy wrote a review May 2017
Melbourne, Australia13 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed there a while ago (1.5 years I think). Still this farm and the owners are in my heart. And today I recommended this place to people from overseas who want to have a look on rural Australia and to know Australians better. It make me jealous thinking that they will stay in this heaven. If it was possible I would put 10 points of 5 LOL P.S. There was not option to choose our stay month as it was more than 1 year ago so I put the earliest available.
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Date of stay: June 2016
Samit0104 wrote a review Apr 2017
Singapore, Singapore11 contributions2 helpful votes
Great location...pretty views and a even better scenic walk adjoining the B&B. We don't have pets but our daughter enjoyed the company of the three in-house dogs who were as friendly as the hosts. Breakfast was both substantial and well made. Lots of space to hang around outside with a garden, swing chair etc. For those with pets, this has to be the first choice in the region.
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Date of stay: May 2016
Helen A wrote a review Mar 2017
Wallerawang, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
Another great stay at Pub Hill Farm. Doesn't matter if you have a dog or not as people are also more than welcome. A regular haunt for me and I will be returning later this year for some more rest in this wonderful place.
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Date of stay: March 2017
Robinhb wrote a review Feb 2017
Hertford, United Kingdom229 contributions67 helpful votes
Just booked in for one night but would have been happy to stay longer. Warmly greeted on our relatively early arrival and offered a cup of tea whilst room was being double checked after a late check out. View of lake was great. Room good and pleasant sitting area outside where we had pre-dinner drinks and the meal we had bought with us having opted not to drive back into town. Generous cooked breakfast with choice the next morning. Our hosts were charm itself happy to answer all questions and chat generally. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: February 2017
Passport311905 wrote a review Feb 2017
5 contributions2 helpful votes
Just returned from another delightful stay at Pub Hill Farm. This time it was only a short stay of one and two nights en route to Melbourne via the coast road, but in the past I came for holidays with my teenage daughter and our dog. We have always loved this place! It's like coming home...except that the linen is finer, the view is better, the breakfasts are sumptuous and you get to meet interesting guests! Add to this the warm country hospitality of Micki and Ian and you have a very special place to stay on the beautiful south coast of NSW. Such quality accommodation that is also pet friendly is rare. You and your canine companion can have nearby Dalmeny Beach to yourselves-bliss! Plus, there are so many interesting places to explore around the district. Or, just stay "home"
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Date of stay: February 2017
AustraliaNew South WalesEurobodallaNarooma
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