Wejalee Bed and Breakfast

Wejalee Bed and Breakfast
Wejalee Bed and Breakfast

Wejalee Bed and Breakfast

86 Lynland Drive, Armidale, New South Wales 2350

(02) 6771 2166



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Armidale Wejalee' is a private bed and breakfast situated at 86 Lynland Drive on a 10 acre property in a lush rural area within eight minutes drive from Armidale. The bed and breakfast is a modern self contained unit nestled amongst beautiful gardens in peaceful surrounds with panoramic country views offering you a perfect base to relax, or to explore the district's National Parks, waterfalls, wineries and all the other attractions that Armidale district has to offer. The space- Armidale Wejalee offers a private and most comfortable stay with top quality linen and fresh flowers from the garden. Each morning you will enjoy a complimentary delicious continental breakfast with fresh fruit, etc, etc, or a cooked gourmet breakfast. Armidale Wejalee will negotiate for self-caterers, a barbeque and kitchen facilities are included. Armidale Wejalee guests are welcome to walk through the garden and around the property. Wejalee Bed and Breakfast regard their guest's privacy and comfort as a priority, and they strive to deliver. The semi-rural location is so quiet and peaceful. Wejalee Bed and Breakfast can assure their guests' stay is memorable.

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A range of amenities is offered to guests including: crisp white linen, fresh flowers, electric blankets, underfloor heating, laundry facilities, separate bathroom, fridge, television, iron/ironing board, wireless broadband, barbecue, continental breakfast included, cooked breakfast optional extra cooking facilities and tea/coffee making facilities.


  • Barbecue
  • Blankets
  • Private Bathroom
  • Refrigerator
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities
  • Television
  • Washing Machine

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.