In the heart of the Hunter Wine region and adjacent to Harkham Cellar door and restaurant, Harkham House is a stunning newly renovated 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom house situated on Harkham vineyard Estate with surrounding vineyards and views up to the ranges.
A stone built fire is the hub of a fabulous entertainment area of kitchen, lounge and dining, leading out to a sandstone balcony where you can watch the sun set over the vines.
Walk next door for your private wine tasting at the cellar door, or treat yourself to lunch or dinner at the 'Pop Up' Mexican cantina. Alternatively, prepare your own meals in the state of the art kitchen. Just relax and enjoy this fabulous part of the world.
Maximum 8 guests or 5 guests in separate beds
Bedroom One - 1 King Bed only
Bedroom Two - 1 Queen Bed
Bedroom Three - 2 king singles only
Bedroom Four - 1 Queen Bed
Occupancy is based on 2 or more guests per bedroom - single occupancy will attract a $60 linen fee
Weekend -2 night minimum, up to 6 guests from $750 per night Thu-Fri or Fri-Sat or Sat-Sun
Midweek - 2 night minimum, up to 6 guests from $565 per night Mon-Thu
Extra guests are charged at $125 per person per night
Infants under 2 years free of charge
Please contact us for a quote. Discounts are available on longer stays of 4 nights and over.
A security deposit/bond of $800.00 is required for your stay and is payable as a credit card pre- authorisation. This will be processed approximately 24 - 48 hours before your arrival, so please ensure the funds are available at this time.
One night stays are available midweek and will attract a surcharge. Weekend one night stays may be available but will attract a surcharge.
Weekend Public Holiday bookings must a minimum 3 night stay at full weekend rate.
Easter, Christmas and New Year are a 3-4 night stay and charged at full weekend rate.
Concert weekends must be a minimum of 8 guests and may be subject to a surcharge.
Please note that the weekend of 10th - 12th November 2017 is a concert weekend where the concert minimum and 10 surcharge applies.