At Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens you will be treated to a private, high level of comfortable, convenient and self-catered accommodation.
The accommodation options are set in a large historic garden, designed by Edna Walling in the 1920s. History, comfort, privacy and serenity as key features. The accommodation at Eurambeen provides its own special and unique experience.
Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens is an historic landmark of Victoria's rural heritage, built in 1850 with a three acre garden which was commissioned when the home was extended in 1927.
Originally named Mt. Cole Station, the property was taken up by the Campbell brothers who built a wooden homestead on the site in 1840. The property has now been restored to the new owners high standards and developed for accommodation and events.
Guests have the opportunity to enjoy superb home cooked evening meals and enjoy Pyrenees and Grampians wines from the exclusive wine list.
A range of accommodation options to suit everyone.
The Manager's Cottage
The Manager's Cottage was built in the 1950s to house the Manager and his family. The present owners have recently completely refurbished the Manager's Cottage. It is now a comfortable home with three bedrooms, a well equipped kitchen and new bathroom. There are two queen bedrooms. The third bedroom is equipped with two single bedrooms. All linen is provided. The kitchen is fully equipped so guests can self-cater. There is also an outdoor barbecue and seating so that guests can enjoy a meal in the peace of a country setting. The lounge is comfortable with television, DVD and CD player including an iPad docking station. The Cottage is perfect for families and couples travelling together.
Mrs Beggs Apartment
Mrs Beggs' Apartment is a large luxurious private apartment within the main Eurambeen homestead. Agnes Beggs, one of the original owners of Eurambeen lived in the apartment when the homestead became too large for her to manage. With private entrances, it has one large bedroom, ensuite bathroom and a large lounge with a warming wood heater. The dining room adjoins a fully equipped kitchen with everything you will need to enjoy a delightful and relaxing stay. If you prefer, caterers can deliver delicious meals to the apartment and wines are available from the Eurambeen Wine cellars. The apartment has a beautiful aspect and looks out to the Eastern and Southern homestead gardens. The apartment is ideal for couples or the single traveler.
The Old School House
The Old School House was built to educate the four daughters of the Beggs family and dates back to the early 1900s. A governess taught the four girls in the School House daily and by all accounts was strict. The School House is a delightful rustic Baltic pine lined building which has recently been converted into comfortable couples accommodation. It has one queen bedroom, a bathroom, lounge dining and a fully equipped kitchenette. The Old School House is situated in the oldest part of the Eurambeen gardens. All linen is provided. Breakfast provisions are placed in the kitchenette for guests. An evening meal is available on request.
Eurambeen Historic Homestead Main House
Eurambeen Historic Homestead is available to exclusive guests on request. The Homestead is an Historic Landmark of Victoria's rural heritage, built in 1850 with a three acre garden designed by Edna Walling which was commissioned when the home was extended in 1927. It is perfect for a completely unique family get away, for several couples wanting time away together and as a retreat for a close group of friends. Wedding groups are very welcome. The accommodation within the homestead consists of four unique queen rooms. They are The Governor's Suite, The Tower Room, The Maid's Room and The Racing Room. Mrs Beggs apartment can also be booked at the same time. A private dinner service is also available with wines from the Eurambeen Wine cellars.
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