very comfortable - relaxing atmosphere and welcoming by people and their pets! Unfortunately it is not disable friendly - anyone with a disability would find it hard to negotiate the bathroom facilities although the host did provide night lights which did assist with moving along the corridor to the bathroom of a night time. Breakfast was lovely and served with a lovely smile from our host. The animals were a delight and made the place homely. the birdlife was great - King parrots, galahs, cockatoos and kookaburras abound. Views were extensive and interesting. Not far out of town so easy access to cafe/bakery and IGA. Would recommend to all to come visit this beautiful Circa 1907 federation style home.
This place is highly recommended. The setting is stunning, there is great gardens to explore and the room and service was excellent. We were travelling by bicycle so had very little with us but, with advance notice, they were very happy to provide us with both dinner and enough high quality fresh food to get us through the following day. And all at a very reasonable cost. Nothing was too much trouble. It is thoroughly recommended to cycle tourists as well as others.
Highly recommend this beautiful B and B. Magnificent house in picturesque grounds. Perfect place to relax on the verandah with a red ! Great hosts , comfortable bed and fabulous breakfast . Will come again !!
We stayed 2 nights this week. Sandra and Andrew have a beautiful historic old home and were great hosts. We enjoyed a delicious dinner on our first night and two excellent breakfasts. Coffee, tea and biscuits available whenever we wanted. It was lovely to be able to sit by the wood fire. A thoroughly enjoyable visit.
Spent 2 days at Anduramba B&B as guests of the wonderful hosts Sandra and Andrew. Nothing was too much trouble. You are greeted by 2 friendly tail wagging dogs - a lovely border collie called Graham and a blue cattle dog cross called Geoff, but it is a female! Ate in on both nights to scrumptious home made dinners and deserts. Great breakfasts too! The property has a beautiful outlook from a wide deck as part of a genuine 100+ year old Queenslander surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawn. Lovely warm fireplace in the sitting and dining room. Two good sized bedrooms with a shared bathroom and 2 toilets, which were no problem. BBQ is available to eat on the deck, which we plan to do on our next visit. You can relax and do nothing or there's plenty to see in the surrounding area. Only a short distance outside of Crow;s Nest and 30 minute drive from Toowoomba. Highly recommend this fantastic B&B for atmosphere, comfort, location and service.…