Wombatalla Guesthouse - Versailles Room
Bed & Breakfast in Kangaroo Valley
Wombatalla, a large Victorian style homestead on private acreage, offers four guest rooms, all with king beds, ensuites and French doors leading to a balcony with views over Morton National Park. One night stays are welcomed within 7 days of booking.
You will receive a reply to your request confirming pricing & availability prior to payment.
Please enter the check-in and check-out dates for your stay as well as the number of adults/children checking in. We will check the availability and confirm the total price including any applicable fees and taxes.
Relax on your own balcony with stunning northerly views over Morton National Park!
Wombatalla is situated on over seven secluded acres and, although only minutes from the village of Kangaroo Valley on a bitumen road, it is hidden away from any passing traffic by natural bushland. Victorian in style and graceful in proportion, the guesthouse is a separate building from the owner’s house, allowing guests privacy but still ensuring assistance is close at hand if required.
Versailles Room: The bedroom accommodates a couple in king bed. There are room fridges, tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms, and many of our guests enjoy their breakfast on the verandahs, soaking up the morning sun.
All four spacious guest rooms are upstairs, have king beds, ensuites, and french doors leading to a balcony with stunning northerly views over Morton National Park. Have a quiet coffee, a glass of wine in the evening while watching the local wildlife or breakfast in the morning sunshine. The Magnolia and Rose rooms can each accommodate a third person at extra cost.
Downstairs, there is a guest kitchen, dining & drawing room with log fire, so guests can relax in comfort or prepare & enjoy a meal. There is also a gas barbeque on the downstairs verandah – Ideal for family & friends to get together.
Your hosts, Patrick and Jacinta, will stock your room fridge with tea and coffee making facilities, as well as light snacks you may enjoy at your leisure. A basket of fresh pastries from the local bakery, together with a daily paper will be placed outside your door in the morning, allowing you tohave a late breakfast in your pyjamas if you wish!
Feel free to wander about the property if you want to enjoy the fresh air. You may see ducks on the dam, perhaps a wombat or two in the evening or some kamgaroos after which the Valley is named. Many of our guests comment on how tranquil and quiet it is here, with only the sounds of birdlife to break your thoughts.
Bed & Breakfast Basis
- First night, $220.00 per room
- Second night, $160.00 per room
- Third night, $100.00 per room
- Discounts for extended stays.
Self Contained/Self Catered Basis
- $1,100 per two night weekend for up to eight people
- $100 extra per person per weekend over up to a maximum of twelve
- $1,600 per three night long weekend for up to eight people
- $100 extra per person per weekend up to a maximum of twelve
- Longer stays by negotiation.
- Late checkouts are usually available by prior arrangement.
Downstairs, there is plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the tranquil rural setting with family and friends - There is a spacious dining room with a table for ten or more, a fully equipped kitchen and French doors open to the verandah with a gas barbeque and another large table so you can enjoy alfresco meals if you wish. The separate lounge room is again generous in proportion and both rooms have log fires to keep you warm and toasty if it turns chilly. There is also an adjoining library which can sleep another two people if required.
With quality furnishings and fittings throughout, facilities include full kitchen with oven, cooktop and microwave; TV, DVD and CD player, boardgames, books, DVD selection, gas barbeque and abundant crockery and cutlery for a crowd! There are oil filled column heaters and ceiling fans in all rooms (including bedrooms).
We are happy to assist with arranging in house massages, booking of horseriding or canoeing activities and providing local knowledge of the area.