Historic accommodation at Brickendon

Our original convict built cottages offer guests a truly memorable experience. Take a journey back to the days when life was simple and you could stop and "smell the roses".

  • Gardeners Cottage

    The historic Gardeners Cottage was brought back to life in 1991 and offers guests a private cosy cottage featuring the original open fire, bread oven and recycled convict bricks around a deep old fashioned bath. Enjoy the delights of the quaint cottage garden while sipping a complimentary port on the verandah - you may even be visited by some passing sheep! Click on "see more" for rates and details. See more

    Sleeps: 2
  • Coachmans Cottage

    The historic Coachmans Cottage reflects a time of romance and wealth. Being regarded as the top servant, the Coachman's lodgings were the most extensive and guests now days have many comforts. An open fire to sit in front and sip your complimentary port, antique furnishings, two upstairs and one ground floor bedrooms, a deep old fashioned bath and a delightful private cottage garden to enjoy the sounds of the evening. Click on "see more" for rates and details. See more

    Sleeps: 6