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With a stay at Yarrahapinni Homestead in Yarrahapinni, you'll be 16.9 mi (27.2 km) from Hat Head National Park and 19.7 mi (31.7 km) from Brighton Park. Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: The bed was super comfortable. Very friendly hosts
Pros: Well located with close proximity to beaches, hosts Kevin and Glenda were very helpful and the breakfast was very tasty
Pros: Everything. The setting was idyllic but the hosts were absolutely over and above expectations.
Cons: Nothing we didn’t like.
Pros: Perfect and the owners of the place were so nice and wanted to do the best for us.
Cons: Nothing could be better
Pros: It truly lived up to its reputation as a great B&B.
Pros: Everything from first view was excellent, Kevin and Glenda were brilliant hosts that made you feel at home from the moment you got there till the moment you left
Cons: The water pressure in the shower was a small downsides
Nestled on 40 acres of lush rainforest, Yarralen Retreat provides a quiet escape only 4km from the highway between South West Rocks and Scott's Head. Guests enjoy extensive tropical gardens and an outdoor heated magnesium pool. Just 5 minutes' drive from Stuart's Point Yarralen Retreat is home to chickens, peacocks and guinea fowl, with fresh eggs are provided for breakfast. The property is a 5-minute drive from the Macleay River. A variety of bush walks are available nearby and the property is often visited by native wildlife. Accommodation options include 2 private self-contained units and a 4-bedroom Artist Eclectic Residence.
Pros: Julie made us very welcome on our arrival. I used the magnesium swimming pool and the gardens were lush. There was a lovely walk on the property to an amazing billabong. Our bed was comfortable and breakfast supplies were left in the fridge.
Cons: When we arrived the accommodation looked like a converted shed and the front window was broken. The lighting was not good enough to read by and the television didn’t work. Although Julie apologised about the window and TV, I felt she could have reduced the price for the night.
Pros: The location deserves to be called retreat. The short walks through the garden/ forest are relaxing.
Pros: The grounds are beautiful and Julie is very accommodating. She also has a large camping area at the back of the property.
Pros: Lovely situation..chilly weather last night and heating worked quickly and well. Bed was lovely..warm doona comfy mattress. Kitchen a bench and well equipped..electric hobtop microwave etc. Hotwater excellent and good shower.
Cons: Nothing. The road in is fine.
Pros: Rural bush surrounds, ambience and a peaceful natural environment.
Pros: Nice and quiet, room very clean and tidy, everything supplied,even breakfast. Really enjoyed our stay, thank you.if
Pros: Bed was really great as was the welcome from Julie We broke our trip there and will do so again. Peaceful, clean, and value for money
Pros: Everything about the retreat was charming.
Pros: Unique location in the forest, comfortable, we were sleeping very good. We would come again.
Cons: Nobody was available at the location during our arrival (7.45 PM), it was completely dark. It took us some time to find the phone number of the owner and to find the room.
Pros: It's an unusual places and getaway would be an applicable term.
Cons: The motif of the room and the fact that it felt more like an air b&B. The bed was perfect... just like the one I have at home. It also felt very rural with the rooster crowing early in the morning and the chooks clucking when they laid eggs. also the whip- bird did it's thing ... rural australiana.