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New B&B in Macarthur Offers a Country Break Just 50 Minutes from the Sydney CBD

November 29, 2013 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

A new B&B – Camden Hillview – has opened in Macarthur, offering expansive views of rolling countryside , creeks and mountain ranges just 50 minutes from the Sydney CBD and from only $160 per night per couple.

Nestled in a quiet corner of Kirkham near the heritage town of Camden in the Macarthur region, Camden Hillview is a private, self-contained, county-style unit with two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, dining area and laundry, with commanding views over the tranquil Macarthur countryside and horses grazing nearby. Accommodation is available from $160 per night for two people, including continental breakfast, with discounted rates for stays longer than three nights. For bookings, call 02 4655 6886 or visit

The opening of Camden Hillview follows the launch recently of another B&B in Macarthur – Camden Acres Homestead – in Elderslie, which offers boutique accommodation in a stately 77-year-old, Spanish mission-style residence bordering Camden Golf Course within view of the historic and haunted mansion, Studley Park House. Camden Acres offers guests ornate period features, a sitting room with fireplace, a billiard room and kitchen facilities as well as a free continental breakfast, with rates available from $180 per couple per night. To book call 02 4658 1849 or visit

Also new is an 86-page Macarthur Visitor Guide which showcases accommodation, attractions and events in the historic Camden and Campbelltown region on the outskirts of metropolitan Sydney. The guide profiles the region’s many drawcards including hot air ballooning, small aircraft adventures, horseriding, bushwalking, haunted mansions, heritage buildings, golf courses, Australia’s biggest botanic garden, the biggest rollerblading and indoor karting centres in Australia, hotels and inns, cafes and fine dining restaurants, a craft brewery and colonial farms that date back to the early 1800s when agricultural pioneer, John Macarthur, settled the area.

For information on Macarthur or a copy of the new visitor guide, visit or the visitor centres in Campbelltown and Camden.

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