Waterloo Cottage is set in a relaxing rural environment as part of Waterloo Station - a significant historical cattle and sheep property located in the New England district of Northern New South Wales. A warm welcome awaits you at Waterloo for a unique stay.
The cottage is fully self-contained and offers a charming place to unwind, share and enjoy the tranquil setting. There is the opportunity to indulge in the many activities that the property presents, such as walking, tennis in the homestead grounds and swimming and fishing in Wellingrove Creek. Or explore the rich heritage of our region and enjoy the many local events and unique places to visit. Our area abounds with a vibrant cafe and arts culture.
We are here to make sure your stay is a memborable one. The cottage overlooks the property, the beautiful Waterloo range and the quaint Matheson Church. The property is a showcase for the magnificient four seasons and the beauty of a cold climate garden.
Share meals and conversation around the farmhouse table or enjoy a BBQ and dinner on the veranda. Breakfast provisions & pantry items provided. Much thought and attention to detail has been given to ensure your stay is both memorable and comfortable. The cottage has queen beds in the two main bedrooms and a bunk room at the rear. All linen and towels provided.
The charming old world kitchen is fully equipped should you decide to dine in at home. The cupboards are stocked with a wide range of cooking equipment.
Relax in the cosy lounge room with a large slow combustion wood fire. Settle back and unwind in the comfy surrounds and enjoy the eclectic collection of country finds. A great area to enjoy the company of friends and family. Foxtel is connected and limited Wi-Fi is available.
Waterloo Station is located 18Klms west of Glen Innes. Take the Gwydir Hwy turn towards Inverell and turnoff to the right onto Waterloo Road.all signposted
When driving from Inverell, the property is 50Klms east of Inverell, turn left onto Waterloo Road. Closest airports are Armidale and Inverell.
We look forward to sharing Waterloo with you.