Berry Historic Inn

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This historic inn as formerly the town bank since its construction in 1886, and was refurbished as a bed and breakfast inn in the 1970’s. During the renovations, there were many reported sightings of a the apparition of a lady. Objects are frequently moved around of their own accord, and moans and sobs have been heard in the lobby of the inn.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

128 Queen Street
Berry, New South Wales

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-34.77589720700136, 150.6986958235393
Nearest Towns:
Berry, AU (0.5 mi.)
Woodhill, AU (2.9 mi.)
Farmeadow, AU (3.0 mi.)
Jaspers Brush, AU (3.4 mi.)
Bellawongarah, AU (3.8 mi.)
Wattamolla, AU (4.0 mi.)
Broughton Vale, AU (4.3 mi.)
Bolong, AU (5.4 mi.)
Coolangatta, AU (5.5 mi.)
Shoalhaven Heads, AU (5.8 mi.)


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