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The original layout of 1850's homestead has been retained, delightfully making all of the five guestrooms unique. Each has its own character, designed with the homestead's heritage in mind, and has been named after an early settler, explorer or property owner. All have ensuite bathrooms and open out onto a shaded verandah with individual views of the surrounding ranges. Four are located in the homestead, while the Coachman's Cottage in the corner of the garden provides a fifth guestroom and is ideal for honeymooners.
The rooms are air conditioned / heated and the mix of king and twin beds have premium mattresses, organic cotton sheets and a choice of pillows to ensure a great night's sleep.
With decor by wildlife artist, Rosie Woodford-Ganf - think bedheads fashioned from recycled fence posts and fleeces, curtains tied back by gumnut tassles, lights perched on explorers' tripod theodolites - the guestrooms retain a sense of history.