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Veronica is a very welcoming innkeeper. Situated directly across the street from the entrance to the Blue Mountain hiking trails this is the perfect place to stay. Charming bedrooms and common space. She serves a hearty breakfast in the dining room overlooking the Blue Mountains....More
We have stayed in many places and this was our first experience of bed and breakfast accommodation. It was absolutely perfect. Our privacy was respected whilst offering opportunities to interact with other guests. The decor was tasteful and the amenities were high standard. We particularly...More
So glad we decided to stay here to celebrate our wedding anniversary. A beautiful well appointed b & b everything provided, delicious breakfasts, comfortable bed, lovely and warm, parking on site. I could go on and on! Veronica is a lovely warm and welcoming host.
We celebrated our 30th anniversary with a trip to the Blue Mountains. We chose Windradyne as the accommodation for our special event. We were welcomed by Veronica who is just the perfect host. She can't do enough to make your stay as enjoyable and relaxing...More
Just a perfect stay!!! Well located (few steps away from three sisters) beautiful view from the window's room, friendly staff, very very comfortable and warm room. Everything so clean!!! We also find prices reasonable. We just loved so much!
We stayed there mid week in July and it was cold enough to snow. There was ducted heating and either a fire place in the two large rooms and a heater in the smaller one. Electric blankets on the beds so we were very toasty... More
We stayed there mid week in July and it was cold enough to snow. There was ducted heating and either a fire place in the two large rooms and a heater in the smaller one. Electric blankets on the beds so we were very toasty cosy. For summer months I don't know but it looks like you can open the windows which have a flyscreen/grill for safety. It's a 1920's bungalow, double brick so I would think the house cools itself. Hope that helps.