Grenfell - Central West

Wondiligong B&B

Accommodation Details

Type: B&B & Separate Suite
Address: 9 Hilder Road, Grenfell, 2810
Host: Pip & Colin Wood
Email: Email this host
Phone: (02) 6343 1106
Beds: 1 Queen
1 Twin
Total 2 Bedrooms
(1 Queen, 2 Singles, 1 Divan.)
Total capacity for 5 guests
Baths: 2 Ensuite
Tariff: Double: $120.00
Single: $90.00
Children: By arrangement.
Breakfast: Continental provisions supplied
Nearest Town: 1 km E of Grenfell PO
Pets/Children: Children welcome, Pets welcome by arrangement, Pet free home
Facilities: Vouchers accepted, Close to restaurant, Wheelchair accessible
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A warm welcome awaits you at 'Wondiligong' - a restful spot with views of the Weddin Mountains and off street parking at your door.
Each bedroom has an ensuite, door onto verandah and another into a sitting room with a small kitchenette. This includes a little fridge, microwave, toaster, electric jug and sink. Home made marmalade and biscuits make a homely touch, along with lots of books to choose from in the bookcase, and a pretty vase of flowers.
Outside, there is a garden which has places to sit and enjoy the birds which come to the bird bath, or chairs and tables on the small, private verandahs. Feel free to walk about the garden , look at the view and relax.
We love pets, but not inside the B&B.

Grenfell is a friendly heritage town in an historic goldmining and farming area. Henry Lawson, the poet, was born on the goldfields and Ben Hall, the bushranger, rode the district with his gang.

Weddin Mountains National Park is nearby, many bird trails to follow and the Henry Lawson Festival of Arts is held annually on the June long weekend.






"My wife and I and our young children stayed with Pip and Colin over 10 years ago. We all still talk of them both and the care and hospitality they provided . No recommendation is high enough

John Robb

Location Information

The Weddin Mountain National Park is nearby - there are many bird trails along the country roads and lanes, and the Peregrine Falcon loves the cliffs of the mountain. The Henry Lawson Festival is held in June each year - it is very popular and promotes writing, poetry, art and entertainment. Ben Hall, the bushranger, lived in the district before robbing the gold coach at nearby Eugowra. Grenfell supports a great farming and grazing district - very pretty farmland and hills abound to make it very attractive.