Newly Renovated Heritage House with WiFi#
Roseneath is a three bedroom house in the heart of the heritage section of Orange, within walking distance of all major attractions. It has been recently renovated to a high standard combining the charm of a 100 year old house with the latest in fittings and fixtures. Complementary breakfast hamper with local ingredients for your first morning.
It has three spacious bedrooms; two with a queen bed and the third with a king bed which can also be configured into two single beds.
The main bedroom has an ensuite with shower and toilet and there is a main bathroom with a bath, shower and toilet. The kitchen has a Corian benchtop, Smeg appliances and a dishwasher.
The house would suit 3 couples or a family. Complementary breakfast hamper with local produce included on your first day.
Walking Distance to Everywhere in Orange
Situated on the corner of Byng and Clinton Streets, Roseneath is just one block to Cook Park and St Joseph's.
It is two blocks to Anything Grows Cafe, Duntryleague Golf Club and Ferment Wine Bar.
Just three blocks to Union Bank Cafe, Lolli Redinis, Hawke's General Store, the Sugar Mill, Sweet Sour Salt and Percy's.
And just four blocks to Holy Trinity, the Dutch Embassy Orange and Pro Vista.
A short walk to Orange Regional Aquatic Centre, Odeon 5 Cinema, Orange Regional Theatre, Orange Regional Museum and Art Gallery, Factory Espresso and the many other delights of Orange.
#Free WiFi is available within house. Please note that your devices must be WiFi enabled, and compatible with the house's modem and Wifi system. You will need to know how to link your own wifi device to the network (we provided the network details in the house). Access to wifi is always subject to network availability. The network is provided by Optus and from time to time Optus advise that the network may not be available for technical or other reasons and like everyone else, we are at the mercy of our internet suppliers and wifi access is subject to network availability. Please make sure you have an alternative internet option (eg. mobile internet) if access is critical.