B&B Accommodation Bega
Giba Gunyah means "Stone Shelter" and the original cottage at Giba Gunyah is a
whimsical cottage built originally out of
timber from the property and large boulders from the river. The cottage, built by well known water colour artist Ray Barnett
and his wife Beatrice, sits high
on the bushy hill overlooking lush farming paddocks and the Bemboka River. Sited in a shady
cottage style garden, the cottage remains pleasantly cool during the summer months and in
winter is made snug with a cosy log fire.
The Stone Cottage
has 2 bedrooms - the main room has a queen size bed and the
second bedroom has 2 single beds which can also be converted into a
double bunk with a trundle bed for a third person. The living area has a queen size sofa bed and a well
equipped country kitchen. All linen is supplied and special little
touches are provided here and there to delight you.
Pets are welcome in our cottages
as each have large secluded fenced gardens, stunning views and prolific
bird life. Our canine guests love the space, the smells, the river, the
rabbits, an occasional wombat wandering through and
curling up before a
log fire on frosty nights.
Included in the cottages are starter breakfast provisions: juice, cereals, freshly
baked bread, our farm eggs, jam, coffee, tea. Luxury linen is supplied and lots of things to make your stay feel
The property is
situated on the side of the South East National Park and it is
possible to walk along the Ooranuk Trail to Bemboka Peak or to the
Walls to the east.
Please view our
Pinewood Cottage web page for more
information about its charming inclusions.
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B&B Accommodation Bega Sapphire Coast New South Wales