Our rustic 1903 mud-brick studio is made from river sand and mud sourced from the local Great Western area. The studio was built as a fruit kitchen by the Patching family who owned and operated a number of orchards along Concongella Creek and Salt Creek. The fruit kitchen has been recently renovated into a 1-bed studio which offers history and modern comforts. The cottage is surround by farm land meaning there is an abundance of animals to watch and enjoy, including Kangaroos.
It's time to get out and about again; fresh air, autumnal colours and the wineries are open:) This beautiful 2-bedroom Victorian cottage has been tastefully renovated into an impressive modern home yet still retains many of its original historical features and charm with Baltic pine floors and ceilings and open red brick fireplaces. You will have full use of the house and gardens; the cottage is in town and walking distance to general store/wineries/pub and café-open subject to Gov guidelines.
The characterful railway carriage has been completely refurbished for the intention of a bed and breakfast and has a likeness to a 'tiny house'. Located on our Great Western vineyard it is a peaceful and beautiful place to get away and explore the area, or simply rest. If you are lucky enough to book during vintage you might get to see some harvest in action. Send us a message for a discount offer on stays for more than 3 nights.