Opening the front door to the Coachmans Cottage takes you to a time long gone. The brass front door step, original polished timber floors and open fire reveal a time when the Coachman was regarded as the Archer's highest servant. The original kitchen - now the dining room features a large cooking fireplace and bread oven and leads to the current kitchen, sunroom and upstairs. Climbing the delighful timber staircase to the attic bedrooms is like exploring a dolls house while the georgian paned floor to ceiling windows of the sunroom bathes the room in afternoon light. The bathroom features an old fashioned claw foot bath with brass shower over. Enjoy discovering the antique furnishings, books and china throughout the cottage and then snuggle up in any of the three comfortable bedrooms. A private cottage garden surrounding the cottage leads you on a walk to the natural lagoon with its abundant wild ducks and swans, then enjoy a drink in the early evening accompanied by a cocophany of frogs and native hen calls. Located within the World Heritage precinct of Brickendon, you can wander the magnificent Heritage Gardens or take a slightly longer walk (6 minutes) to the historic Farm Village to enjoy the convict and farming history.
Features One queen bedroom, one twin bedroom (both upstairs) one double bedroom, lounge with open fire, dining room, fully equipped kitchen with stove/oven, small fridge, microwave, cutlery and crockery, sunroom, bathroom with old fashioned bath, shower, washing machine, dryer, hair dryer, tv and dvd.
Hearty breakfast provisions are included along with complimentary port and homemade biscuits.
- Sleeps: 6
$225 two adults, additional adults $45, children 15 years and under $30, cot free of charge.
- Breakfast: Continental breakfast provisions included