The Berrima Motel nestles on almost two acres of beautiful gardens full of native birdlife. These back on to the Wingecarribee River where you can often see families of platypus at play. All 19 units exude a feeling of comfort that is only found in a true country motel.
Situated right in the centre of the historic village of Berrima, the Berrima Motel is without doubt one of the most charming motels you will ever have the pleasure of staying in. Being in the heart of the village, the Berrima Motel is in easy walking distance of the speciality arts and craft shops that have made shopping in Berrima so famous.
The motel is also conveniently located to all of Berrima's historic buildings, art galleries, fine restaurants and coffee shops, and is directly opposite Australia's oldest continuously licensed hotel, the Surveyor General Inn.
A visit to Berrima is not complete without a visit to the Surveyor General Inn. Enjoy the hospitality of their friendly staff, and take home with you the memory of one of Australia's most famous inns.
The Surveyor General Inn was built in 1834 for James Harper, using convict labour, and licensed as an inn the following year. The main building, constructed of local convict-hewn sandstone and sandstock bricks, has served as both a pub and accommodation for over a century and a half.
Remaining in the Harper family for almost 100 years, The Surveyor General is the oldest continuously licensed inn in Australia.
Enjoy the hospitality of the friendly staff and food.
Formerly the gatekeeper's residence, the Book Barn Cottage is a beautiful, spacious, fully self-contained cottage. Refurbished in contemporary style, this two-bedroom weatherboard darling exudes warmth, ambience and country elegance.
The Book Barn cottage is the perfect getaway for book and wine lovers, couples, friends or families.
Crisp white linen, organic toiletries and little luxuries abound. Their cottage contains a lovely open fireplace, a vast collection of books and a private garden with idyllic vineyard and paddock views.
Browse the Book Barn, enjoy a great coffee or a glass of wine and a sumptuous meal just footsteps away at their ar door and the Bendooley Bar and Grill, housed inside the famous Berkelouw book barn.
The cottage is family friendly, fully fenced and bursting with books for little people. Their little guests are welcome to wander down the lane and collect eggs from their hens and pat Tiffie the pony.
A relocated and restored 1840s colonial cottage. The Settlers Hut is situated in the historic village of Berrima and offers a cosy and intimate getaway for two people overlooking the Wingecarribee River where platypus can be seen playing at dawn and dusk.
The rough-hewn slab walls and carefully selected rustic colonial bush decor enhance the amazing ambience that The Settlers Hut exudes. The main room is a traditional living space complete with a Victorian Iron tester bed and featuring a large open fireplace with easy chairs.
A period kitchen has been recreated and fitted with cupboards and benches of recycled timber. You may choose to prepare breakfast or a romantic evening meal on the classic early Kooka gas stove.
The bathroom has an old fashioned claw-foot bath and shower.
Located in the front garden is a former stable now a traditional rustic dining room with outside barbecue facilities.