Gardeners Cottage (circa 1830)

The foreground is a cottage garden with flowering pink, red and purple ornamental poppies, yellow hollyhocks and yellow astilbe with green foliage. Behind the garden is a timber picket fenced verandah and the cottage has pale yellow walls, two Georgian paned windows and a timber front door. Four white verandah posts and a white gutter frame the verandah. Photo: Rob Burnett.

Sleeps – 2

Price – $240 (two adults)

  • Continental breakfast provisions are included

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The quaint little historic Gardeners Cottage is located in a secluded part of the main homestead gardens. With a private verandah overlooking the farm this delightful cottage suitable for two, is very romantic with many original features including an open fire and deep old fashioned bath.

Surrounded by a scented cottage garden with a small olive grove you will enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside with only the company of the local birds or a sheep or two in the paddock beyond. Located in Brickendon’s World Heritage precinct, a short walk will take you through the orginal Estate orchard, which still retains a number of plantings from the 1800s, and then into Brickendon’s Heritage Gardens renowned for its diversity of 1830s European and exotic trees. A slightly longer stroll will get you to the Brickendon Farm Village where you can enjoy discovering the convict and farming history of this special family owned Estate.


One queen sized bedroom, lounge with open fire, kitchen and bathroom with shower over old fashioned bath, washing machine, dryer, hair dryer, TV and DVD, fully self contained kitchen and portable barbecue. (Wi-Fi not available in cottage but free Wi-Fi is at reception.)

Hearty breakfast provisions are included along with complimentary port.