A local landmark and a wonderful example of Georgian Colonial architecture, Terragong House is included on the Register of National Estate with the Australian Heritage Commission as well as on the Register of the National Trust of Australia. The mature trees, including Magnolia Grandiflora Morton Bay Figs and Norfolk and Bunya Pines, are also of heritage interest and provide an idyllic setting for the home. Built in 1858 by the Hon. Sir John Marks, the property remained in the Marks family for seven generations. Upon purchasing Terragong in late 2014 your hosts Darryl and Simon commenced 18 months of sympathetic renovations including construction of a new kitchen and family room annex as well as the addition of en suite facilities for our three luxuriously appointed guest rooms located in the single-storey weatherboard wing dating from the late 1800s.
Accommodation includes a two-course breakfast daily and one hour of complimentary wine and nibbles each afternoon, served in the Library. Recipient of a 2017 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence and included in the 2016 Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend ’52 Weekends Away’.
People with disabilities, Singles, Couples, Business Travellers, Groups, Heritage or Colonial
Beach, Bird watching, Bush walking, Galleries, Gourmet food, Historic area, National Park, Restaurants and cafes, Scenic area, Swimming Pool - on property, Wildlife, Wineries
11km from Kiama
Bed & Breakfast - Fully Hosted
Full breakfast,Continental breakfast
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