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Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast

198 Brooklands Rd, Wallaroo, New South Wales 2618 Australia
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We have been operating our Bed and Breakfast for over 20 years. As your hosts, we seek to provide relaxed and friendly country hospitality with an eye for the little things that we trust will make your stay truly memorable. The Last Stop Ambledown Brook is set amongst rolling countryside overlooking the Brindabella Ranges just outside Canberra. We are surrounded by numerous award winning vineyards.Our accommodation offers romance of a bygone era and a chance to unwind in unique and quiet surroundings.
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Marnie H wrote a review Dec 2021
Singapore, Singapore24 contributions12 helpful votes
We loved staying in Tram 590 as a family of four, we felt very welcomed. We arrived mid afternoon and enjoyed the facilities on the property including the tennis court, swimming pool and frisbee golf. We enjoyed a delightful early evening overlooking the mountains before using the BBQ and indoor kitchen setting for our meal. The breakfast was just delicious with attentive service from the hosts. Stay here if you are looking for a friendly and comfortable stay.
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Date of stay: December 2021
GibsonGirlsOnTour wrote a review June 2021
Sydney, Australia26 contributions32 helpful votes
My partner and I absolutely loved our 2 night stay at Last Stop Ambledown Brook. We stayed in T4786. It was surprisingly spacious for a converted "red rattler" carriage complete with all amenities. And whilst the temperature dropped into the minuses outside overnight it was toasty warm inside with the fireplace and the air conditioners. Dave and Jenny were delightful hosts. Check out the various "collections" in the dining room. Nostalgia on every surface. I would definitely recommend this amazing B&B.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Corinne P wrote a review May 2021
Narellan, Australia27 contributions
Such a unique place to stay. We had a comfortable stay in one of the trains which had everything we needed. Full kitchen made meal times easy and plenty of room to spread out. Super warm heaters throughout and lovely views of the mountains when you wake up in the morning. David and Jenny the hosts are lovely and a warm breakfast every morning was lovely.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Jamie S wrote a review June 2020
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If you are looking for something a bit different then this is for you. The property is absolutely beautiful on 40 acres of rolling hills and stunning scenery and surrounded by wineries, beautiful countryside and quaint villages and only 30 mins drive into Canberra. We stayed in Train Carriage #4388 which was a real 1950's movie buffs delight. Filled with memorabilia, furniture and fixtures, it was a fantastic step back in time, but also super cosy and comfortable, clean and had everything you would need. Plus beautiful views of the sunset and rolling hills from the deck and plenty of kangaroos around too. We enjoyed a stroll around the property then a cosy night infront of the log fire with red wine and a movie. Cooked a meal in the retro kitchen which had everything you'd need, also a bbq outside. The cooked breakfast the next day was delicious and the hosts were lovely people and very welcoming and informative. There are 2 other train carriages and one tram around the property. Will have to try them next time. Fantastic spot, highly recommend!! Tara & Jamie - Stayed 16-17 June 2020.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Trip12363 wrote a review Oct 2018
Brisbane, Australia198 contributions136 helpful votes
We stay here overnight in a great couples train carriage with shower, kitchen, lounge and bedroom. The piece and quiet, wildlife and very friendly hosts and good breakfast made the whole experience perfect. We have a great time and will be returning again during the summer.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sarah E wrote a review Aug 2018
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Jenny and David were such lovely hosts. So warm and welcoming! Not to mention the beautifully restored train that we stayed in and breathtaking scenery. Definitely worth a stay! We’ll be back again for sure.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Response from Jenny K, Owner at Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast
Responded 20 Aug 2018
Thank you for taking the time to say such complimentary things about Last Stop. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting you al and would welcome you back anytime. P S hope you enjoyed the snow
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Helen V wrote a review July 2018
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We wanted to stay here for the experience of sleeping overnight in a converted train carriage, and that was amazing enough. Beautiful, cosy and lots of thoughtful little details (right down to train-themed books for the kids to read). But what was even better was the hospitality of the hosts, Jenny and David. They made us feel very welcome and cooked us bacon and eggs on the first morning, and then, on the second morning, when there was a power failure in the district, they invited us into their warm kitchen and still managed to cook us bacon and eggs on a camp stove. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Elisabeth P wrote a review Mar 2018
Sydney, Australia140 contributions39 helpful votes
This is an amazing experience. Driving up the hill to the house and then down to the carriages is already stunning. We stayed in T4876. It was beautifully decorated, the posters/decorations were interesting and some brought back memories of early days. The fitout of the carriage, providing lounge area with TV, books etc, full kitchen with sitting area and fireplace, shower and separate toilet, bedroom with comfortable bed, all airconditioned (!), was just amazing. There's even a laundry. Sunrise in the morning, overlooking the valley and hills, was breathtaking. You are at peace with the world in this place. Breakfast in the house was delicious and, again, decor of the room and enclosed verandah was interesting, to say the least.
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Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Sharon A wrote a review Mar 2018
38 contributions11 helpful votes
We (2 families) stayed in the XBS 2162 and had an awesome time. It’s the type of place where a 1 or 2 night stay will leave you wishing you had booked for more! You could easily base yourself here for a week to visit both Canberra attractions and food and wine venues around Murrambateman/Yass area if you don’t mind driving up to 30minutes to each and are planning on eating out at night mostly. Our carriages each had a bar fridge, tea/coffee facilities and a microwave. There was a BBQ and some small outdoor tables. We used the later for our simple lunch of wraps and fruit. There was a small eating area (for 2) in one of the carriages. The carriages are of course compact but had all that we needed for our stay. There was an adjoining door between the 2 carriages so we could easily move between the accommodations. My bed was comfy, breakfast was plentiful and the scenery was spectacular. The pool and breakfast room were less than a 50metre walk from the carriages. There are self contained carriages - these were down the hill so a bit more of a hike up to the pool. Jenny and David are just delightful hosts and their carriages and breakfast room are entertainment in themselves! Leave your curtains and windows open at night if you can - it was a delight to see the moon and stars from bed as we retired and to be gently woken by the morning sun and sounds of country around.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Sarsfield15 wrote a review July 2016
Melbourne, Australia38 contributions13 helpful votes
We stayed as a couple for the second time. Beautiful setting, quaint & relaxing. Nice sign at door welcoming us. The only disappointing thing was the cooked breakfast which was luke warm @ the best, served on a cold plate. I feel a hot breakfast should be at least served on warm plates. Aside from that a very enjoyable stay, fabulous hosts as well.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Mount Rogers Reserve (7.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Brindabella Hills, Dawat-e-Punjab, and Regal Charcoal Chicken.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Last Stop Ambledown Brook Bed & Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ginninderra Village (10.3 km).