Viola Cottage –

Nestled into the green hillside of the valley – looking out from the verandah of ‘Viola’ guest cottage you will appreciate the natural beauty of our farm, the unbeatable combination of view and comfort.

‘Viola’ has been designed as a place for regeneration of the soul and an escape from the pace of the ‘real world’.

Viola Guest Cottage is a uniquely appointed 1 bedroom self contained cottage including kitchen, dining, lounge and bar area opening out onto a private large covered verandah with sweeping views of the farm, valley and mountains. Guests can enjoy a country environment with magnificent night skies, abundant bird life and native flora and fauna on the farm.

Viola has been built with recycled and local timbers. Natural paints have been used and up-cycled furniture has been lovingly restored to create a unique ‘retro’ ambiance.

lounge thru to bedroom

Feature Lists include:

Entertainment: TV-DVD; Selection of DVD’s to choose from; CD/radio.

Laundry: Washing Machine; clothes line

Cooking:  Cooking facilities include a full size fridge; toaster; frying pan; electric hot plate; microwave; kettle and tea/coffee making supplies. BBQ.

Bed: Queen Size bed; Linen, blankets and towels supplied; ironing facilities;

Bathroom: Separate toilet and bathroom with shower; hair dryer.

Additional features: Large verandah; outdoor lounge suite; outdoor dining; private BBQ, two courtyards to use while relaxing; private off street parking; ceiling fans, electric blanket (winter).

Special feature list includes: Up-cycled furniture: Tom and Marguerite have been gathering bits and pieces for years and have put them together to create ‘Viola’.  Every piece in the cottage has been lovingly restored or altered.  Including our up-cycled ‘lawn mower lamp shade’ made from one of the very first electric lawn mowers made in the 1930’s in Sydney.  A desk lamp is a handmade hub of a wagon wheel dated mid 1800’s.  The bar stools are early 1900’s local milk tins.  Our lovely ‘Van Treight’ ‘TV chairs hand made in Sydney in the 1960’s.   The TV cabinet is another rescued piece of furniture from Tom’s family also made in Sydney in the 1960’s.   ‘Viola’ copper name plate at the front door was found in Sydney at a markets – it had been taken off a demolished building in inner Sydney, possibly dated early 1900’s.  Guests will notice many knickknacks around the cottage in keeping with the unique style.   We hope our guests will care for ‘Viola’ and appreciate the love we have put into her for their enjoyment.

Viola is not suitable for children under 12 and is a non smoking environment. No Pet policy. Guests have exclusive use of ‘Viola’ with complete privacy. Owners live on property.

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