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ACCOMMODATION: Convict-built Cottages & Resort facilities

Experience 18th century charm in 21st century comfort, staying in one of Coolangatta Estate’s lovingly restored convict-built rooms or suites. This unique, recently-refurbished accommodation combines all your modern facilities with the striking architecture of a bygone-era.
Modern history at its best…

Scattered throughout the property, each room is just a short walk from the Estate’s cellar door, restaurant, tennis court, games-room, croquet lawn, BBQ areas and swimming pool. Many standards of accommodation are available to suit your taste, budget and family size.

Coolangatta Estate is located on the popular South Coast of NSW close to major tourist centres and beaches, including Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Kangaroo Valley and Kiama. Only 2 hours south of Sydney, this four star Resort is the ideal destination for a weekend escape...

All Village Rooms & Suites include:

'All Accommodation Rooms have FREE Wireless Internet Access'

• En-suite bathroom
• Colour television
• Int. direct-dial telephone
• Reverse-cycle air conditioning
• Tea and coffee making facilities
• Clock/Radio
• Hair dryer
• Ironing facilities
• Disabled facilities

The Cottage Block

Constructed later than most other buildings on the estate, the cottage block was the residence of the Hay family (cousins of the Berry family). Now 6 village-rooms situated at the heart of the historic property.


The Convict Cottage

The last remaining convict cottage in the district. It is of similar design to the cottages which once populated the quieter areas of the estate. Lovingly restored and refurbished, the convict-cottage is now a village-suite.

The Stables

Housing the famous horses of the colony including “Jerry Bailey” and “Sellem” and frequently housing the first Melbourne Cup winner “Archer”, the Stables have been meticulously restored and converted into five charming, 4 star village-rooms.

Servants Quarters

Originally the residence of Alexander Berry’s servants and groomsmen and Store-room for the family’s flour, meat, sugar and tea rations. Overlooking the estate’s landscaped grounds and gardens, the Servants Quarters have been restored and converted into 4 village-rooms & 2 village-suites.

Plumbers Shop

In the early 1800’s the Plumbers Shop was a hub of activity. The oldest timber building on the South Coast, it was the only workshop in the district for quite a while. Although only a third of its original size, it was large enough to be restored and converted into 3 popular village-rooms

The Lodge

Constructed in 1982 as a manager’s residence, it was converted into 2 village-Rooms and 4 village-suites in 1988. Overlooking the Vineyard these rooms vary in size and design. Some with loft bedroom with Queen Bed.

The Blacksmith Shop

The Blacksmith's Shop

One of the first buildings constructed on the property. The original bellows from the Blacksmiths Shop are now located in our Restaurant. These days the Blacksmiths Shop is nestled between the historic Great Hall and one of the estate’s many vineyards. Three village-rooms are available.


The Blacksmith Shop

The Harness Room

A charming cottage-style room originally used to house the saddles and harnesses for Alexander Berry’s thoroughbred horses. Following restoration and refurbishment, the Harness Room now comprises a single village-room.

The Dairy

The Dairy

When farming operations ceased at Coolangatta in the mid-seventies, the Dairy was transformed into 3 village-rooms. The Dairy is situated close to the convict cottage.


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