Each of our 2 luxury Bed and Breakfast cottages is an atmospheric conversion of the historic (1859) stone kitchen & servant's building and each is fully self-contained and separate from the main house.
The lime rendered and painted solid stone cottage walls provide an atmosphere of country character and comfort, contributing to a comfortable room temperature and helping to minimise energy use in cooling and heating.
They have their own access via the gate on the Hastie Street drive (Northern boundary), their own parking area and are very private. You can see the location of our cottages on our garden map on the In the Garden page.
We are serious about your comfort and ensuring that you are satisfied. We actively measure customer satisfaction, respond to suggestions and are currently (March 2011) rated at 97.1% CSAT by our customers. Some verbatim examples of customer's comments about their stay at Brim Brim Gardens:
- Thank you so much for your hospitality. We had an extremely comfortable and relaxing stay.
- We had a wonderful stay and look forward to returning.
- We really enjoyed the surroundings and the ambience. And the food. And the history. And the welcome.
- Thankyou. Beautifully clean, quiet and very stocked with yummy goodies. I expect we will return.
- Everything was lovely, thank you. We particularly liked the collection of old books.
- We were delighted with our stay here. Breakfast was beautiful; quality products.
- This was PERFECT.
- A very romantic setting. Thank you
The following nightly rates apply to the Cedar and Bunya Bunya Cottages. Included are full provisions for you to prepare a hearty continental and/or cooked breakfast, and certified organic Australian botanical guest amenities in the bathroom.
|Room rate per night||Per couple||Extra children|
|Bunya Bunya Cottage||from $150||$30|
|Cedar Cottage||from $160||$30|
The cottages are named for two of the large historic trees at Brim Brim.
150 year old North African Atlas Cedar
(Cedrus Altantica) on the South boundary.
giant Australian rainforest Bunya Bunya Pine (Araucaria bidwillii) on the North boundary
as you enter from Hastie Street.