TERRAGONG 1858 
Country House Bed & Breakfast
 
467 Jamberoo Road  (Tourist Drive #9)
  Jamberoo  NSW  2533
telephone  +61 2 4236 1836
email  terragong@terragong.com
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Our Guest Rooms

""Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury."

 

- Coco Chanel

Rates include a hearty two-course cooked breakfast served in our farmhouse kitchen between 7.00am and 10.00am, as well as complimentary wine and nibbles, served for an hour each afternoon.

 

 

Our three stylish guest bedrooms are beautifully appointed, offering luxurious amenities for the perfect escape.  All are queen-bedded.

 

Each room has a unique, tasteful and sophisticated décor - with original period details such as pressed metal ceilings and sash windows, as well as vintage, designer and antique furnishings.

 

All three rooms feature en suite bathrooms with spacious showers with rain shower heads, and come complete with:

 

complimentary wi-fi internet

wide-screen LCD 'smart' television

iPod/iPhone & Android phone dock/alarm clock

ceiling fans and heaters, underfloor heating in the ensuite bathrooms

wall-to-wall, pure wool Belgian-weave carpet

Italian-made pure cotton bed linens, Australian-made 100% merino 
wool blankets, down comforters and electric blankets (seasonal)

down-filled pillows (hypo-allergenic, synthetic-filled available on request)

large, thick and soft bath towels and heated towel rails

a selection of toiletries by Molton Brown

iron, ironing board and hairdryer (available from the butler's pantry)

All guest rooms feature antique four-poster beds and are located on the ground floor in the accommodation wing, adjoining the farmhouse kitchen, lounge and dining area; level access from the rear of the house means there are no stairs to contend with for the less mobile or wheelchair-dependent guest.

 

In the Butler's Pantry you'll find coffee and tea making facilities, soft drinks and mixers, as well as a freshly home baked traditional fruitcake - feel free to make yourself a cuppa or pour a long, cold one to enjoy in your room, in the Library, Garden Room or on the Verandah.  A bar fridge is also available for guest use.

 

Please note all rooms in the house are non-smoking (smoking is however permitted in the parking courtyard). 

 

CHECK-IN between 2.00pm (1400 hours) and 8.00pm (2000 hours)

DEPARTURE by 11.00am (1100 hours) - late checkout requests should be made at time of booking

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Reservations for same day arrivals cannot be made online.  If you are wishing to book for a same-day arrival, please telephone us
on 02 4236 1836
to check availability.
 
For dates further than 18 months out,
email us for availability and rates.
The Parlour Room

Queen bedded with ensuite 

(wheelchair accessible ensuite)

 

 

The Parlour Room is light and airy, ​with walls of original match-lining (weatherboards) and a distinctly spacious feel.   The room has been finished with a quirky mix of antique and vintage furniture and artwork, including a  Chinese scholar's desk, a Louis XV provincial commode (chest of drawers),  framed Kuba-cloth panels and an Australia Pictorial Exploration Map dating from the 1950s.

 

Windows facing east overlook the main paddock and neighbouring farmland.

The Pomegranate Room

Queen bedded with ensuite

 

 

The most striking feature of the Pomegranate Room is its 'fruit' pattern wallpaper - a William Morris design called Pomegranate, dating from 1864.  Or perhaps the most striking feature is the Colonial-style cast iron bed from Ralph Lauren?  We'll let you decide!  

 

With views of the Southern Highlands escarpment to the west. 

 

The Raj Room

Queen bedded with ensuite

 

 

The Raj Room takes its name from the rather impressive four-poster bed of solid teak, made in Rajasthan and dating from approximately 1840.  The walls of the Raj Room are finished in a Morris & Co wallpaper pattern called 'Bachelors Button', designed by William Morris in 1892 - a monochromatic depiction of cornflowers (known in folklore as Bachelors Buttons as they were worn by young men in love).

 

The Raj Room is on the western side of the house, and affords views of the neighbouring Jerrara Creek Farm paddocks.

 

The Raj guestroom

Featuring William Morris designed wallpaper and a c1840 Rajasthani solid teak four poster