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We love to collect old bits and pieces as is evident by our 'old things' in the garden.
We love to collect old bits and pieces as is evident by our 'old things' in the garden.
  • We love to collect old bits and pieces as is evident by our 'old things' in the garden.
  • A very comfortable queen size bed. Relax while looking out to the beyond. Good reading lights and an electric blanket in winter will help make your stay feel like home.
  • Comforts provided in the guests' room.
  • A comfy chair and good reading light directly beside the large window offers guest enticement to relax and enjoy the setting.
  • A room tray with kettle, coffee and plunger, chocolate, tea bags and biscuits.
  • Your private handbasin, separate from both the bathroom and toilet.
  • Your very own private bathroom with shower, 2 person spa and adjacent private toilet. Why not enjoy a relaxing spa with views out onto the landscape below and the setting sun? A glass of wine can add to the whole experience.
  • A hall light provides assistance at night if needed with the screen offering visual privacy for the guests from the rest of the house.
  • A warm fire is a great way to relax, along with a good book and a delicious cup of coffee or something stronger!! This space is shared with Lester and Lyn.
  • The dining area, open to the northern  winter's sun. The polished timber floors and the fire place create a delightful relaxed setting.
  • The dining room/living area with its old artefacts.
  • Adjacent to our house we have created our very own rainforest walk. Such a cool place to simply sit and listen to the birds.
  • The entrance to the easy rainforest track, a great place to cool down on a hot day.
  • Some of our colourful visitors!! Check them out from the lounge room or either of the 2 verandahs.
  • The short driveway meanders among the gum trees and the blue agapanthus. In summer they provide a very attractive sight.
  • Many colours abound in springtime, not least of which is the delightful wisteria draping gracefully over the front verandah.
  • Summertime!!
  • A beautiful surreal scene when the fog rolls in.
  • At dusk in the warmer weather, it is very pleasant enjoying a relaxed time overlooking the back part of the property.
  • One of our locals.
  • One of Lester's lovely timber boxes that he loves to make. You will be most welcome to see the 'man's shed'.
  • One of Lyn's graphite dog drawings.This is Lilah, Lyn's daughter's dog.
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We love to collect old bits and pieces as is evident by our 'old things' in the garden.