Central Coast, New South Wales

2014 SMH Good Food Guide Awards - One Chef Hat
Bells at Killcare Restaurant and Bar is a sprawling luxury coastal retreat; think blue and white striped awnings, manicured gardens and French provincial furnishings. The little piece of luxury is nestled in the leafy town of Killcare Heights in NSW's Bouddi Peninsula on the Central Coast. Dishes are crafted with locally sourced meats, seafood and freshly grown produce and are presented in an elegant, seasonal fashion on the plate. Make it a real getaway by indulging in the boutique accommodation and luxurious spa facilities. Bells at Killcare is an experience you will treasure forever.
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107 The Scenic Road
Killcare NSW 2257





European, Italian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$


Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Stay the night in one of the 25 cottages, that evoke the ambience of summers past. With a palette of washed back blues, bleached linens, driftwood walls and wide striped awnings, the cottages are a delightful find. Attention to detail is superb, right down to the wicker hampers, seagrass matting and rattan lounges. The cottages, suites and villas boast designer Ralph Lauren furnishings, luxury bathrooms and state of the art technology. The in-room mini bar menu offers a range of fine beverages and simple snacks. A full hot breakfast is included in the overnight rate which is inspired by the seasons & by the produce in our garden. Eggs come from the retreats own hens and the honey from their own bee hives (when in season). On offer is a range of seasonal hot dishes and a full continental selection including prosciutto di parma, a selection of cheese, freshly baked house-made pastries + breads, a variety of yogurts and fruit compotes, bircher muesli, house made granola, jams and preserves, seasonal fruit and organic juices.

The menu is grounded in the core values of authenticity, simplicity and freshness, featuring seasonal dishes inspired by the produce grown and harvested in the estate's famous vegetable garden. In addition to this estate-grown produce, the menu showcases as many local producers, suppliers, winemakers and growers as possible. Locally harvested seafood includes freshly shucked oysters from Merimbula or Cape Hawke and crayfish caught off nearby Macmasters Beach. Our wagyu rump comes from north east Victoria and we source Cape Grim sirloin and Flinders Island lamb. Local likeminded farmers are also supported supplying staples such as organic beans and snow peas. Our olive oil and flours are imported from Italy to ensure quality and authenticity are upheld.

Specials & Events

Easter Sunday Lunch @ Bells at Killcare
Dates Sun 01 Apr to Sun 01 Apr
Location Killcare, New South Wales
Category Easter
Description Join the team at Bells for one of their most popular days on the calendar, Easter Sunday Lunch. EASTER SUNDAY ...


Please contact the restaurant for further information.
120 pax
The beautiful purpose-built function room, The Conservatory overlooks the gardens and swimming pool, and been decorated in signature Bells style and is the perfect location for conferences, meetings, special events, gala dinners and of course, weddings. The room is bathed with natural light, flowing through the large, white sash timber windows. It has a bar area that opens out onto the main lawn, and at the east end, concertina bi-fold doors that lead to a private outdoor patio, complete with cascading vines. The room seats up to 120 guests and holds up to 220 standing. The Library, at the west end of the manor is ideal for intimate functions, of up to 18 seated guests.


Accommodation available
Award Winning / Hatted
Country Venue
Function for 50-100
In a 4 or 5 Star Hotel
Outdoor Dining
Suitable for Corporate functions
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
Suitable for Weddings
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