What a beautiful B&B, so old world, and delightful.. This property is extremely comfortable. Hosts are delightful, and their breakfasts are fabulous. Situated right in town, leave the car and walk, also check out gorgeous old homes around the town (walking)..
If you can get your head around all the dolls everywhere and get down to basics, this quaint little b and b has everything you need. A very comfortable bed, a good powerful shower and a very decent breakfast... the owners were very pleasant and helpful too. If you are travelling extensively and have a lot of luggage perhaps room size might be an issue, but great for a night or two.
I was taken here by my partner on a surprise night away in Beechworth. Our host was most welcoming and friendly and was very clear about how to access the room and house and how to order breakfast etc....Our room was very traditional with lace and floral everywhere. We shared the room with multiple teddy bears and dolls - some cute, some creepy. The en-suite was a good size however I would have liked to have seen more toiletries and some back up toilet paper would have been handy as we essentially used the 3/4 of a roll that we were provided with before we went to dinner and forgot to ask for more before we left to go out! Breakfast was to be ordered the night before and we were told it would be served in the communal dining room at some ungodly hour of the morning (something like 8am from memory). Given we were there for just one night and we wanted to make the most of a bit of a sleep in, we opted not to order breakfast.…
Quaint and beautifully kept rooms. Stunning extensive gardens, really loved the small private garden areas with table and chairs for each room.Very friendly and accommodating owners, breakky was great. Fantastic central location. Will definitely be back again
The Rose Cottage is truly a step back in time with a magnificent collection of Victoriana. The place is spotlessly clean and the beds are very comfortable. Our friends and I really enjoyed our cooked to order breakfasts which were taken in a dining room overlooking the gardens. I was disappointed that the rooms did not have a little fridge which meant no fresh milk for tea or coffee.