Your completely private apartment is attached to our farm house- see our chooks, ducks, sheep and cows, or just retreat and chill in your own space. We're less than an hour from Melbourne CBD, and close to nature reserves, wineries, beaches, as well as the cafes and playgrounds of Mornington.
Your home while you stay with us can comfortably sleep 7, with a pull out trundle if you want to squeeze in an 8th. One bedroom contains a double bed, while the other has two sets of bunk beds, one with a double bed base. Kids and young children are welcome, however please note we don't have a cot- you will have to provide your own. In the bedroom with bunk beds is a small bookcase with board games, colouring books and toys you are welcome to play with.
We provide a welcome basket with bread, condiments, and our organic, free range eggs for you. There will be milk in the fridge as well as some cooking basics like salt, pepper, and a local olive oil in the pantry.
There is a small kitchen, with a fridge, electric stove, dishwasher and oven. We provide pots, pans, and crockery, if you feel like staying in and cooking, or we are only 10 minutes from Mornington if you want to eat out. The kitchen bench looks over into out open plan living/dining. There's a dining table and couch, plus a few floor cushions and blankets for cozy vibes.
There's a front loading washing machine available for you to use, and washing powder provided. Clean towels are provided at the start of your stay, and we offer to replace them every 3 days during longer bookings.
There is only one bathroom in the farm stay, so it's probably best suited to families, or those willing to share. We provide soap, shampoo and conditioner.
If you need anything else to make your stay more enjoyable please get in touch, as we are always happy to help
There's space outside for kids to run around, or for adults to sit and chill with a lovely outlook. We do ask that guests don't go past the closed farm gates without either one of us with them. We offer to take all our guests to feed the animals with us- this includes sheep, cows, alpacas, ducks, chooks and sometimes ducklings and chickens you can hold. These tours are run at 10am. Just let us know when you book that you would like to do this and we’ll organise it for you
Other Things You Need to Know:
-There are two steps to get in to the house, so we are not wheelchair accessible.
-While we do have wifi, we are in a rural area, and it can be slow.
-The bathroom has a toilet and shower, but no bath tub.
-There is no TV