Berry NSW accommodation

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Enjoy time with family and friends in this beautifully appointed and spacious farm house situated amongst the vines at Mountain Ridge Wines with majestic views to Berry Mountain.

CELLAR DOOR, RESTAURANT, MARKET GARDEN AND ACCOMMODATION 

Generously proportioned home with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.  The flexible accommodation comfortably sleeps 10 guests with optional queen size sofa bed to sleep a further two.  The house features a newly installed kitchen, large fire place, outdoor swimming pool, airconditioning, indoor and outdoor dining areas.

Cheese and chilled wine will be awaiting you on arrival to help you settle into your stay.  Enjoy your inclusive breakfast on Saturday morning taking in the view from the Mountain Ridge restaurant.

Mountain Ridge House provides the perfect mix of self catering and privacy with the convenience of the Mountain Ridge restaurant and cellar door just moments walk away, serving breakfast, coffee, lunch and of course wine.  On Friday and Saturday nights enjoy pizza in the Lookout and if you are staying with us at the end of the month, why not book in for our monthly market garden dinner, held on the last Friday of each month.

Click to book your stay now and contact the team at Wandering Escapes to curate a getaway you will remember forever.

Location

11 Coolangatta Road,
Coolangatta NSW 2535

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Pricing

Minimum 2 night stay

From $1500 per night

Contact Wandering Escapes

Karly – 0402 726 554
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Mountain Ridge would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land we gather upon today. We acknowledge their continuing connections to the land, culture and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and future.

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