Cottages On Edward

Address: 304 River Street Deniliquin, NSW    Bookings: 0407 815 641

Rates

General Rates

Sunday to Thursday

$145.00 per Cottage per night

Friday and Saturday
$175.00 per Cottage per night.

A 10% discount applies to two or more night stays

General rate includes basket breakfast, comprised of fruit juice, cereal, bacon, eggs, tomato, baked beans, and toast with a selection of jams and spreads. A range of cereals are on hand in each cottage together with plunger coffee and selection of gourmet teas.

Specially chosen baskets can be prepared in advance for guests with specific dietary requests at no additional costs.

Cottage price applies to single and/or double – complimentary special treats are also included to welcome you upon your arrival.


Corporate Rate
Sunday – Thursday $130.00

A range of flexible and diverse options can be designed to meet your individual or corporate needs. A phone call is all it takes to design a suite of integrated services to compliment and enhance your corporate function or mid week stay. While a 10% discount applies to two or more night stays generous discounts can be applied to longer term stays or weekly rates can be negotiated.



Special Occasions
Cottages on Edwards has won numerous accolades of delivering upon its catch cry of “Exceeding Customer’s Expectations” therefore we are happy to negotiate a range of special occasion rates involving the cottages, award winning gardens and environment to order to facilitate requests/functions to meet your needs. Simply phone us and talk!



Additional Services
Set on a riverside property and adjacent to wetlands area brimming with bird life, the surrounds are rustic, discerning and tranquil. Guests can wander in the beautiful cottage garden. Relax and ponder the splendour of the meandering Edward River under the gaze of magnificent river red gums. Sip wine upon our charming jetty, take in a BBQ or picnic on the banks watching the sun set on the river bend.

At Cottages on Edward you can enjoy long breakfasts by the river in summer or curl up beside a crackling fire in winter.