Enchanting traditional 1856 stone cottage with original features. The limestone and basalt quoined facade displays particularly fine stone work. The proportions of the cottage are pleasing. Built by the first Wesleyan lay preacher in Victoria, William Witton. Historic features are the large rooms with eleven foot high ceilings and beautiful one foot wide original baltic pine flooring.
Swyn Y Mor has been renovated, preserving its features and allowing modern conveniences for guests. Beautiful antiques and collectables enable guests to step back in time. The cottage is simply elegant.
Swyn Y Mor offers comfortable accommodation for five guests and includes
Three spacious bedrooms, two with double beds and one with a single bed
Inviting lounge with two sofas, flat screen television, DVD and CD player
The lounge has a large bluestone open fireplace with ample firewood
Fully equipped kitchen with microwave and electric stove
Spacious meals area
Laundry with washer and dryer
Library, CD's and DVD's for your enjoyment
Beautiful quiet secluded cottage garden for relaxing
Off street parking
Crisp linen, towels tea towels etc are all provided
Well behaved pets are welcome subject to conditions. The cottages is not suitable for large breed dogs or ones
that drop hair
Swyn Y Mor is a smoke free environment
Swyn Y Mor is ideally located within the historic precinct a few minutes walk to the shops cafes restaurants wharf and beach. The owners have welcomed guests to Swyn Y Mor for twenty years and understand their requirements. The majority of our guests return.
From the Saturday prior to Christmas until the last Saturday in January we only have weekly bookings running from Saturday to Saturday.