About Huskisson Bed and Breakfast
Huskisson Bed & Breakfast is an original Jervis Bay 1913 coastal B&B cottage renovated in a beach house style. We are a 5-minute walk into Huskisson or 10-minute drive to Hyams Beach & Booderee National Park.
Guest Rooms are light and airy with a hint of vintage style. All rooms have french doors leading onto the verandah or garden terrace. All ensuite bathrooms are modern with clawfoot baths, showers, heated towel rails or underfloor heating.
Guests have the use of a comfy sitting-/dining room (with a real wood-fire in winter). There is a lovely garden and a deep verandah for guests too. The atmosphere is welcoming, relaxing and unique.
Tea and coffee making facilities and ANZAC biscuits are provided. Huskisson Bed & Breakfast is not self-catering but guests can use the fridge and microwave. We provide plates and cutlery for you to use.
We have travelled a lot and stayed in many hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs around the world, so we’ve tried to think of every detail to make our bed and breakfast the perfect place to stay.
We have a dog and a cat. They are not allowed into the guest rooms, but if you (or anyone in your group) has a serious allergy, it might be better to stay in another B&B…
We are eco-conscious so we use solar hot water and environmentally friendly cleaning and washing products. We line-dry (sun) and recycle as much as possible.
Please note that we are close to the bay (50 metres) and a 5-minute walk to the first of Huskisson’s Jervis Bay beaches, but we are not on the beachfront or waterfront.
Who are the hosts?
With a background in media, we chose Jervis Bay as our home because of its unique unspoilt beauty and in 2003 bought the historic Huskisson Bed and Breakfast, Jervis Bay to renovate and create our own version of the perfect place to stay.
We don’t live in the B&B, but in a little cottage next door, so we welcome you to our B&B, provide breakfast and share our extensive local knowledge with you.
Read our review in the Sydney Morning Herald 52 Weekends Away 2015 edition