Earlier this month (August 2011) my wife and I stayed at the Bawley B&B on a Saturday night before driving back to Sydney. The experience was great and Leonie's hospitality exceptional. We were the only guests so we had the downstairs bedroom which opened out to the lounge room/breakfast room.
It was quite cold on the night we were there, so Leonie lit the fire and after finishing off a local take-away meal and a bottle of local wine, we settled in to watching Australia play New Zealand at Rugby on Foxtel.
We had our miniature poodle, Chi-Chi, with us which was no trouble at all for Leonie.
After a sound night's sleep we had a wonderful breakfast, before departing for Sydney.
Highlights of our stay, aside from Leonie's hospitality, was the quiet and restful, heavily wooded, property, the brilliant design of the main building which is entirely constructed of mud-bricks, and the handcrafted furniture including the dining room table and the staircase to the second floor. The only negative was that our mobile phones would not work at Bawley Point, but then it's good to get away from phones sometimes. There is, of course, no internet access.
I know it is officially a B&B, but it really is more like a small boutique hotel as there are, I think, only 5 double rooms, one downstairs and four upstairs all with their own on-suites and TV's.
The properties website is being updated so the accommodation charges are out-of-date. We paid $180 which is, I understand, the weekend rate, with the midweek rate being $160 per night.