Click on
the map above
for larger version

Kenthurst is a semi rural suburb within the Hills district located not far from Dural about 15 minutes from Castle Hill and around 50 minutes from the CBD.
(Thirty nine kilometres north west of Sydney off Old Northern road.)

Originally known as Little Dural, this lovely rural suburb lies north west of present day Dural in the Baulkham Hills area. In 1886 a public meeting was held to discuss a change of name to enable it to claim its own identity, when eventually, after much discussion within the early settler families, the name Kenthurst was finally chosen.

By 1887 Kenthurst was in general use. Fruit growing and farming was the main industry in the area supplying (along with the surrounding suburbs,) fruit and vegetables for the burgeoning Sydney and Parramatta settlements.
Today there are many small allotments of 5 acres as well as larger properties still involved in the rural lifestyle.

Views at Kenthurst Bed and Breakfast is located at 182 Pitt Town Road Kenthurst, which is around six kilometres from the turn off at Kenthurst Road. The nearest cross street is Lang Road.

Drive past the Summerhouse, which is behind a green cyclone fence in the front garden of the house, and turn left (the second gate), into the property. This will take you to the parking area. The entrance to the Bed and Breakfast is through the French doors on the front verandah of the house. This leads to Recreation Room, and from there, we will take you to your private suite.

 

 


 
         

 

© design and development by wildtribe