The B&B guest book is still being populated by guests following their stay however if you feel you want to see what guests are saying visit my post on Trip Advisor.
At last, the renovation / extension is complete! I hope you've enjoyed the new professional images captured for the website.
Previous guests have returned to sumptuous surroundings and a newly developed suite, making a total of two (2) guest rooms both with their own ensuite bathrooms.
There are now two guest living rooms, wifi throughout the property and plenty of verandah space to wile away the hours with a vino or two.
Breakfasts remain a firm favourite of repeat and new guests. Cooked to order breakfast and daily menu changes ensures the freshest and most delicious seasonal produce.
Special diets can be catered for. Most commonly gluten and lactose free.
Experience the unique Italian blend of sophistication and rustic charm at this hands-on workshop. Come together and celebrate one of Italy’s delicious contributions to the culinary world - Biscotti! Learn of the history of biscotti, enjoy a hands-on class with Kellie-Anne and explore the pairing of biscotti with Rutherglen vin santo whilst sampling the days results during an afternoon tea.
The B&B was booked to the rafters in the lead up to Christmas Day. Spending some quality time with my beautiful daughter Briony and her partner Andrew at their lovely home, my mum Pat, sister Colleen and her partner Charlie, and our family friend Grace, was extra special for me this year.
Just a couple of months ago the process of taking down the old chimney material began to make way for the new plaster. This had to be done to ensure the custom built cabinetry for the NEW guest living room would be seamless.
1. Mt Carmel - With a nod to the Convent cottage history, Room 1 is named Mt Carmel. This will be the new guest B&B bedroom with private ensuite & WIR
2. Indigo - Many have stayed and enjoyed this room which was previously known as the Camille Reau suite. Now named Indigo, it represents our gold mining history and the colour that changed the world.
When driving to La Maison on the Hume Hwy I strongly recommend a short side trip near Strathbogie to visit this wonderful garden. It is hidden away in the picturesque tableland of Strathbogie in Victoria’s north east once the domain of the infamous bushranger Ned Kelly, gold miners and loggers and just over 2 hours drive from Melbourne, you will find Sunnymeade.
Banjo the Boston Terrier came to spend a much sought after rest on his way back to Sydney with his mum Jana.
Your host Kellie-Anne