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It is a pity but it looks like it has closed down.
Don't waste your time on it, there is no answer to emails. The website booking is disconnected and the phone line has been disconnected.
Last active review was 2 years ago.
Family group with 3 teenagers in one room, Jackson was very accommodating with extra real bed (not fold out). We had place to our self, restaurant quality breakfast. We enjoyed reading the hand written letters from the mine mangers from the 50's. We would stay...More
Jackson the owner/chef met me as I hopped out of the carand offered to carry my bags up.
I had the place to myself for the night and it was spacious with genuine period furniture, especially the bathroom fittings.
When I was asked what time...More
Such a gorgeous historic homestead, sensitively restored to its former glory, with a few modern additions, and tastefully furnished. We stayed two nights, and had the place to ourselves, which was rather lovely, being able to utilise the kitchen both evenings to create a simple...More
We travelled as a family group with a young baby. We took the family room option which gave us 2 big air-conditioned bedrooms and a shared bathroom just for us. Excellent value for money! The house has a wonderful 1950`s atmosphere with polished wooden floors...More