Winton Luxury BNB Tenterfield

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Before the year was out, we managed to get away to our favourite country town, Tenterfield, just once more. With a sponsored trip by Airbnb on offer, making my decision on where to go and where to stay was a pretty simple one.

I had heard rumours that Winton Luxury BnB was a must-stay and it lived up to its reputation.

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The front facade is picture perfect and I was quite taken with the daisies growing by the front window. The house was also full of blooms from the garden - infinitely better than any bought bunch. Each room had a posy of either hydrangeas, gardenias, zinnias or Cecile Brunner roses.

I had been told that Kerrie, the host, makes a fabulous afternoon tea and she sure didn’t disappoint. Upon checking in, we were asked at what time we would like afternoon tea, and not long after our tea and scones were brought to the sitting room. I opened the windows to hear the sparrows and blackbirds.

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Kerrie’s breakfast was as aesthetically pleasing as it was delicious and was the most warming way to start the day. Especially when accompanied by a visit by Mr Darcy (the schnauzer).

And so, I can conclude that the rumours are true. Do yourself a favour and stay.

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Autumn in Tenterfield

Drawn to the golden hues of Autumn, we visited Tenterfield early in May. 

A true rainbow of colours shown in the leaves, and complimented by the skies. 

We visited the Tenterfield Railway Museum - worth a visit just to see the gorgeous old station, which is decidedly confident with its array of ferns, geraniums and more.

And a quick stop to Mandy's is always necessary....

And then back out of town to see the last light fall over the countryside...