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Baileys Cottage

Glenrock State Conservation Area

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Overview

Baileys Cottage in Glenrock State Conservation Area offers holiday accommodation near Newcastle. There’s a load to do, including mountain biking, fishing and walking.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type Cottage
Where 1/221 Scenic Drive, Merewether, NSW, 2291 - in Glenrock State Conservation Area
Bedrooms 3
Maximum guests 6
Bookings Bookings are required. Book through the Borrelli Quirk website or call Borrelli Quirk on 02 4961 5566.
Please note
  • Bedding configuration: 1 x queen, 1 x queen, 2 x singles
  • The cottage is fully furnished and has a full kitchen and bathroom
  • Linen is supplied
  • The cottage has a barbecue and outdoor picnic table
  • Dogs and other pets are not permitted in this park. See where you can bring your dog.

Perfectly positioned on the fringe of Glenrock State Conservation Area, Baileys Cottage has been tastefully refurbished to offer comfortable holiday accommodation close to Newcastle.

It’s a great place for a weekend getaway or family holiday. Glenrock State Conservation Area conserves over 500 hectares of natural coastline near the heart of Newcastle, with striking headlands, attractive beaches and pockets of littoral rainforest.

There are loads of things to do in Glenrock State Conservation Area. Be sure to bring your mountain bike because the trails in Glenrock are there to explore, and don’t forget your fishing rod if you want to try your luck the park’s coastal spots.

The cottage is only a short drive from the local shopping centre and the cafes of Newcastle, so you can easily pick up supplies for your holiday or enjoy an evening out. Merewether Beach isn’t far away either, so be sure to pack your swimmers or surfboard.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

 

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The view out to sea from Bailey's cottage.