Stunningly set on top of a hillside in one of the prettiest vineyard in the Hunter Valley just 2 hours from Sydney. It is set at the foot of the scenic...
Open garden and b & b
Open garden and b & b
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- 3 Bedrooms
- Sleeps 6
- 2 baths
About our home
Foxglove Spires Garden is situated in the historic village of Tilba Tilba on the NSW south coast.
The beautiful one hundred year old house has been lovingly maintained and elegantly furnished. The bay window in the lounge overlooks a creek and fields beyond. There are four bedrooms all boasting beautiful views. Two bedrooms have en-suites, one newly renovated.
Foxglove garden is open to the public, with weddings held regularly and coach tours visit.
Tilba Tilba, Narooma, and Bermaqui are all within 15 minutes of each other and for the most part, holiday destinations.
The South coast is known for it’s beaches and crystal clear water and Narooma is said to have the second most temperate climate in the world.
Cruises leave daily in the summer months from Narooma to Montague Island where whales, dolphins, seals and penguins can be seen. There are seaplanes to take in the fantastic aerial views of surrounding areas.
Bermaqui, the place where the movie "The man who sued God" was filmed, has great eateries and fresh fish straight off the boat. Mystery bay is also a short 10-minute drive. A day trip up Mt Drom for the fit is a must do. You can walk from foxglove and on your way up in minutes.
For more photos our Facebook page is a must see. Thefoxglovegardens.
Before moving here four years ago, Robert and I lived in Narooma where we ran our saltwater bed & breakfast. A plan we have for Foxglove also.
- Main home
- Disabled access
- No pets
More about us
- We are a hard working couple who love life.
- We are landscape gardeners and about to open our second b & b.
- We have 6 children between us and our baby has just turned 20
Where is it?
- Buzzy restaurants
- Rural dairy country
- Cool bars
- Local pub
- Cozy cafés
- Great eateries
- Retail therapy
- Local markets
- Bit of culture
- Aboriginal culture
- Walks in the park
- Walks in the 3 1/2 acres garden
- Spot of exercise
- Mt Drom
- Day tripping
- Montaque Island
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