Langford House (circa 1916) is a period home with ties to the earliest development of Tocumwal. Built by the Wise family, an eminent family and flour millers in the area. A unique tiled roof, 14 foot pressed metal ceilings and spacious rooms - this homestead has received numerous revamps through its interesting history. Now operating as a quality bed and breakfast offering guests home-baking, espresso coffee, dining options and a wonderful river town stay.
Content: Langford House B&B
The three spacious guest rooms are set up ideally for couples, however, other bedding and sleeping arrangements are possible. All rooms have flat screen televisions and DVD players. En suites are bright, some with claw baths and all are well equipped. A full cooked breakfast is included in the tariff and is proving a feature with guests.
Situated only 100 metres from the mighty Murray River and a 15 minute walk to town centre.
Price & booking
$160.00 - $180.00
Subject to change and availability
Bridge Street Room
A spacious room with queen sized double bed. Furnishings include a chaise lounge, air-conditioning, occasional table and chairs, digital television and DVD player, large en suite with upright shower, toiletries, hair dryer, electric blanket and heating.
The room decor has a slight oriental flavour with high, pressed metal ceilings, period and modern fittings.
A spacious room with queen sized bed, electric blanket, air-conditioning, digital television and DVD player, opening out to a small private enclosed garden. High pressed metal ceilings, tasteful furnishings and two entrances. Trundle bed for extra guest available
The largest guest suite with queen sized bed, air-conditioning, electric blanket, chaise lounge and elegant furnishings. High pressed metal ceilings, open fire place and private en suite.