The Church was built in 1887 and remodelled in 1966. It sits on a rise at the edge of the village opposite the Showground. It has been recently converted into a unique and comfortable holiday accommodation: it is light and spacious, has all amenities and is in strolling distance of cafes, restaurants, galleries and pool.
The open plan living area has a king size bed beneath the stained glass window. There is a television and a good selection of quality DVDs, CDs, books and games. The electric kitchen is fully equipped and the large blue gum dining table accommodates spread newspapers as well as breakfast, lunch or dinner. The bath and shower are fuelled by instant gas hot water and there is a gas BBQ on the veranda. The 5 metre high ceiling and tall windows give excellent light and the furnishings are unique - the bed and table are custom made, the pulpit has been incorporated into the kitchen and the swivel dining chairs and lounges are very 1960's, as are most of the other pieces.
The yard is enclosed to contain labradors and leap-challenged smaller dogs. There are vegetables and fruit trees which offer modest harvest in season and there is ample firewood for the combustion stove in winter.
Stroll to everything .............
Once you arrive, you could leave the car alone. It is a 3 minute dawdle to galleries, cafes, restaurants and The Friendly Inn. The pool and playground are over the road and the swimming hole below Hampden Bridge and the two canoeing companies are a little further. If you have a bike, there is a sealed path heading out of town in both directions. The golf club is about 5 kms away and Berry is 20 kms over the mountain to the east and Bowral 40 kms to the north.
Everything is provided .................
Quality linen and towels are provided and the kitchen has everything you need to cook with, except the raw materials of course - there are oils, spices, condiments and all the appliances.
There is a sofa bed if you have little people.
The verandah is contained for both pets and children.