Dorrigo Accommodation that’s closer to heaven

Mount Christopherson B&B

Mount Christopherson B&B

If you are looking for B&B accommodation near Dorrigo, we have two separate suites which each have two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchenette, with a verandah looking out onto the expansive views of the rainforest conservation area. The Cloudview bed and breakfast suite is on the upper floor, and has two bedrooms, one with a Queen bed and a single bed, and the other with four bunk beds, [Read More...]
Mt Christopherson Retreat

Mt Christopherson Retreat

Mount Christopherson Retreat provides group accommodation on NSW mid North Coast for up to 12 individuals or up to 5 couples. Overlooking the Dorrigo Plateau, this self contained accommodation is secluded and private in 8 acres of beautiful country gardens. Outside the gardens are 200 acres of rainforest and eucalyptus in a conservation area which protects rare and endangered species. It is a [Read More...]
Ralda’s Cottage

Ralda’s Cottage

Ralda’s Cottage is self catering accommodation near Dorrigo on the NSW mid North Coast. It offers you the most secluded and peaceful accommodation in Dorrigo – your only neighbours are the creatures of the rainforest. Enjoy the experience of photographing the local wildlife. You may see wedgetail eagles resting in the dead tree during their hunting, be visited in the evening by possums, [Read More...]

Testimonials

Well, we were just blown away with the accommodation and your hospitality. The farm eggs and muesli were yum and much appreciated. My travelling companions were awestruck with the place and the surroundings. Although it was a bit wet, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The fire was a comfy bonus. - Allan Beauchamp, Wishart, Qld – March 2014 It is a beautiful and magic place! We saw it in all weathers, from sunny stillness and quiet to thunder and rain., Ralda’s Cottage is comfortable and well equipped. In such a perfect setting, it is ideal for those who value the natural environment, and the feeling of being “on top of the world”. - Beattie, Tuross Head – November 2013
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