Welcome to Bundanoon Lodge
This country style B&B is celebrated for its relaxed friendly atmosphere, large guest rooms and comfortable guest areas. I feel confident that your stay will be a relaxing and enjoyable experience and encourage you to explore the library, guest lounge and acre of garden. Please make yourself at home and if I can assist you with any aspect of your stay at Bundanoon Lodge, including restaurant and event bookings and activities around the Southern Highlands please let me know.
Owner and Host with Co-host Melly-Amelia
History of Bundanoon Lodge
Originally called Park Lodge, it ran as a guest house from 1932. At that time it was surrounded by farmland and a 9-hole golf course, it offered city families an escape to the countryside until it was converted into self-contained flats in 1943. In 1949 a fire caused by a faulty coke oven burnt out half of the property. The flats were rebuilt and continued to be let until 1959 after which Park Lodge returned to being a farm.
The guest suites and new extension were built around 2004. The purpose of the guest extension is a little hazy and little is known about the building’s use. In 2010 after the subdivision of the surrounding farmland and years of decline and neglect, the remaining land and house building was purchased by Graeme and Marie-Louise Corin. This enterprising couple put their time, money and energy into the Lodge to restore it to a successful B&B.
Bundanoon Lodge was purchased in October 2016 by Ruth Moncrieff.