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Private entry to separate suite. Includes queen bed; double sofa bed plus lounge. Floor heated ensuite. Air-conditioning. Convection-micro, toaster kettle, sandwich press, fridge/(website hidden) Wifi Bicycles. All bed/bath/kitchen linen supplied.

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A seriously comfortable private, but central Glenbrook Village location. Check the fridge daily.

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Other pet(s)


Extra people: $12 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $15
Security Deposit: $271
Weekly Price: $426 /week
Monthly Price: $1704 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

Side street parking and the pathway to your accomodation.

80 Reviews

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From Coogee, Australia · January 2015
Response from Christine:

Thankyou for expressing what a lovely location Glenbrook is for a little holiday venture. Much appreciate your words of encouragement to future visitors.

January 2015

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From Seven Hills, Australia · January 2015

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From North Vancouver, Canada · January 2015

From Yarra Glen, Australia · January 2015

From Taiwan · January 2015

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About the Host, Christine

Glenbrook, Australia
Member since October 2012
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a few hours

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  • Glenbrook Station

    Western rail between Sydney Blue Mountains. Leave the car, travel by train, go sightseeing on a Daytripper ticket. Transport info via trip planner @ (website hidden)
  • Douglas Smith Park

    Child friendly and in a lovely, quiet, safe, location just across the railway bridge from Wombats.
    Wright Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Railway 131500 Trip Planner

    Day Tripper tickets are your cheapest all day transport for all Sydney-metro transport; train+ferry+bus. Sunday-Funday cheapest return tickets on trains. 3 minute walk from Glenbrook rail station.
    Burfitt Parade Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Public School

    The best public primary school in the state.
    Woodville Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Australia Post - Glenbrook LPO

    Your local newsagency, 100 mts from Wildwood.
    Ross Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • "The BROOK" Gifts & Crafts Co-Op.

    A Co-op shop offering contemporary and traditional, Arts and Crafts lovingly made by and run by local residents. Souvenirs, gifts, clothing and homewares. Meet the artists at the shop.
    Ross Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Cafe Cee [open 7 days & early evening]

    Great coffee, early opening, one of the tastiest big breakfast, lunch dinner menus in Glenbrook. Popular with cyclists doing the Woodford to Glenbrook Trail. Known locally as Cafe Cee.
    Ross Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Karon's Creations 7 Ross St

    Karons Creations, a retailer with passion, personality a great eye for feminine, sexy fashion clothing accessories. Enter swoon, get in touch with your inner woman. Emerge happy understood.
    Ross St Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Ross St

    (website hidden) Check this web site for archived information about Rail and tourism advice throughout the Blue Mountains.
    Ross St Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Rotary Saturday Markets

    Glenbrook Rotary Markets twice monthly. Farmers Fine Food Markets:1st Saturday. Regular Rotary Markets 3rd Saturday. (website hidden)
    Park St Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Visitor Information Centre

    On the Highway as you approach Wombats. Call in for brochures friendly staff who know heaps about this part of the world. Pick up a Cinema guide while there.Then sit in the park watch the tennis.
    Hamment Pl Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Cinema

    Family owned, single screen, latest high tech sound visuals. Great prices, latest releases classics. Search whats on at Glenbrook Cinema. The little cinema, with the big smile
    Great Western Highway Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Park

    adjacent to the shops, Tennis court, Cinema, and Tourist Information Centre. Toilets, electric barbeques, Childrens playground, oval and paved pathway for junior cyclists. Sheltered seating areas.
    Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Panthers

    Great Bistro at reasonable prices, friendly staff with hot meals and drinks night and day. No need to cook at these prices, only 200 metres from Wildwood.
    Hare Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Glenbrook Swim Centre

    Oudoor Heated swim Centre, turn the corner and a 5-10 min walk 400 metres up the road. Open throughout all the reasonably warm months.
    Glenbrook 2773
  • St. Finbar's Catholic Church Glenbrook

    An inclusive community Church, open to the public and walking distance from Wombats. Includes a fascinating and picturesque organ, used for regular mass services, classical concerts and recitals.
    Levy Street Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • National Park Entry & Visitor Information Centre

    Bushland galore native wildlife practically on cue. Scenic Lookouts day night. Walkers=free. $7 per car. This is your entry/exit point if you want to cycle or walk the Glenbrook to Woodford Trail.
    Bruce Road Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Lapstone Hotel

    Bars, restaurant, bistro, all the usual things you expect from a very modern stylish venue. Good value, good service, and you can walk home afterwards.
    Great Western Highway Blaxland NSW 2774
  • Glenbrook Lagoon

    Water supply for bygone steam trains.. (website hidden) (website hidden)
    Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Monties Pizzeria

    Award winning family business,arguably the best pizzeria around. VERY welcoming, friendly service, 2nd to none. DIL a chef, specialty-desserts. BYO-pub bottle shop next-door. Walking distance.
    Kidman St Blaxland NSW 2774
  • Kao Yiu Chinese Restaurant

    Eric took over from his Dad, its been going over 30yrs, still serving real food fast! Locals flock for the great value taste. The fridge magnet is in your room!! phone order your take-away relax!
    Great Western Hwy Blaxland NSW 2774
  • Lookout to Sydney and over Glenbrook Tunnel

    Magnificent day+night view to Sydney over Emu Plains Nepean Gorge. Superb view below, as you see trains appear disappear through Glenbrook Railway Tunnel. Just like miniature only real cuteness.
    Emu Rd Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Jellybean Pool and the Blue Pool

    Iconic swimming hole, one of many known to locals. The Blue Pool equally well known loved. Walk or drive, parking available. Ask me and I will spill the Beans on more private and pristine locations.
    Blue Labyrinth NSW 2782
  • Knapsack Bridge and the old Zig Zig Railway line

    From the RAAF base go down the walking track at the end of Knapsack St. It leads past remnant platforms and rail cuttings to a magnificent old stone bridge, like something from Thomas the Tank Engine.
    Knapsack St Glenbrook NSW 2773
  • Wascoe Siding Miniature Railway

    Open on 1st Sunday each month (except January). Picnic in the grounds ride on miniature trains.which operate from 10:00am until 4:00pm. (website hidden)
    Blaxland NSW 2774
  • Mitchells Pass and Lennox Bridge

    Cycle, walk or drive to see one of the oldest convict built sandstone bridges on the mainland of Australia. An interesting and scenic walk via Mitchells Pass joins Lennox Bridge to Knapsack Bridge.
    Mitchells Pass Blaxland NSW 2774
  • IGA

    Where the locals shop,.Open most days from 7am-9pm 3km west on the GWH.Park on H/way just past the pedestrian overpass at Blaxland Railway, Or turn left after shops park at the back..
    Great Western Highway Blaxland NSW 2774
  • Nepean Belle Paddlewheeler

    The wheels splash around as she paddles night day between Nepean Gorge and Victoria Bridge.. (website hidden)
    Penrith NSW 2750
  • Zokoko

    Artisan Chocolates, handmade on the premises and open to the public. #: )
    Old Bathurst Rd Emu Heights NSW 2750
  • The Coffee Club

    It is THE room with a view, bussing and relaxed at the same time, Friendly service and truly great food. The kitchen crew love their work and it shows. Happy staff, professional and welcoming. Try it!
    Tench Avenue Penrith NSW 2750
  • Cafe at Lewers

    First class chef, Ross Dobson serving Regional produce in a superb Gallery Garden location adjacent to the scenic and locally renowned bridge to bridge walk along the Nepean Riverside
    River Road Emu Plains NSW 2750
  • Tench Reserve

    Launch a Kayak or have a coffee, beer or wine after doing the bridge to bridge, on foot or bike. Scenic serene, checkout the river, real estate, riders, runners families having picnics.
    Jamisontown NSW 2750
  • AMF Penrith

    Indoor Bowling with Lazer Zone Skirmish and Virtual Games section such as Mixed sports, Air Hockey tables and racing booths. Eat there or choose from many nearby food outlets.
    Batt St Jamisontown NSW 2750
  • Nepean Rowing Club

    Watch training early morningsafternoons. Value, meals, hot/cold drinksalcohol Seating area out back almost overhanging the river. Great view of Victoria Bridge with its huge sandstone pylons.
    Bruce Neale Drive Penrith NSW 2750
  • Sydney International Regatta Centre

    Event centre from Defcon, open air cinema, World Rowing Competitions.Site of Sydney 2000 Olympic Rowing. Free public entry to picnic [electric] barbecue areas.Great family cycle venue as well.
    Old Castlereagh Road Castlereagh NSW 2749
  • Museum of Fire

    Great for all ages inexpensive. Walk from Penrith Railway Station. Machinery equipment detailing the history of fire-fighting endeavours, vehicles,machines, technology, uniforms, paraphernalia.
    Museum Dr Penrith NSW 2750
  • Penrith Whitewater Stadium

    International competition venue, also open to the public. Visit look around for free, or book pay for a spin on the whitewater circuit. Drive, use public transport or train cycle.
  • Valley Heights Locomotive Depot Heritage Museum

    Compact site, inexpensive, easy to get to by car or train. Full of novel and historical rail memorabilia. If you like Thomas the Tank Engine, you will love the engine parked on a real train turntable.
    Tusculum Rd Sydney NSW 2777
  • Nepean Hospital

    In an emergency, this is the nearest hospital. Large teaching hospital safe quality care.I can advise about local doctors and chemists for smaller matters.
    Derby Street Kingswood NSW 2747
  • Western Sydney Records Centre

    Archives Respository of NSW and Historical Exhibition Centre. A 10 minute drive or use public transport with bus rail available. Search Tripplanner to check your transport options.
    O'Connell St Kingswood NSW 2747

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