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We are please to announce we are reopening our doors for evening dining from Thursday 6 August.
Bookings are essential and terms and conditions do apply – see below for full details.

It’s been a tough five months, but thanks to the support we have received from the community we are in a good position and have exciting things planned for the coming months.
The safety of our staff and guests has always, and will continue to be our priority. We will be practicing social distancing and abiding by the NSW Health guidelines. This means until further notice evening bookings will have a strict set of terms and conditions.

We’ve got some catching up to do, we appreciate your understanding and cooperation and can’t wait to welcome you, your friends and family back to The Cottage.

Terms & Conditions
No evening walk ins, numbers are limited, bookings are essential and can be made through our website or over the phone.
There is no time limit to your booking however evening bookings are 3 course menu at $85 per person, plus beverages. Children are always welcome to dine with us but because they are included in the numbers of allowed guests dining, they must also be booked in at this set price.
Credit card details are required to confirm your booking. Cancellations or reduction in numbers made within 24 hours of the reservation will incur a $50 per person charge to the credit card on file.
Please adhere with COVID-19 safe instructions implemented by our team during your visit and if you feel unwell with flu-like symptoms, have visited a COVID-19 ‘hot spot’ or have been in close contact with a confirmed case please do not visit us.
All guests will have to register your name, mobile number and email address with us on entry.
Table sizes must not exceed 10 people and we will not split large groups across multiple tables. No standing or mingling between tables is permitted in accordance with NSW government rules.

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