The Mazehouse is the ideal reunion house and country escape for families, friends and groups. It is set in a beautiful, five acre food garden with a creek and massive hedge maze. The north-facing house has been designed to take advantage of the natural sunlight and views of the surrounding countryside.
The house has two large living areas that open onto a return verandah. The wisteria covered verandah includes a fly wire lounge room with a long couch that's often used for afternoon naps.
A well-equiped expansive commercial kitchen adjoins one of the living areas. There are two wood fires surrounded by lots of comfy chairs and Danish sofas. The house can sleep ten people in three bedrooms and there's a single bed in the study.
The library has over 1000 contemporary novels and an extensive collection of non-fiction, plays and poetry. There is a large collection of CDs, DVD's and games including an antique soccer table. There is a piano.
The two bathrooms include one bath, two showers and two toilets. There are three other toilets.
The two metre high fully grown hedge maze covers the centre of the garden. It adjoins a large lawn area that is perfect for sports & other activities. The house is surrounded by vegetable and herb gardens, orchards and berries.
The reunion house is the perfect place for families, writers & arts retreats, book groups, women's groups, yoga and wellness groups.
Bedroom 1 - One king bed and three singles or five single beds.
Bedroom 2 - One king bed or two singles.
Bedroom 3 - One king bed and one single or three single beds
Study - One single bed.
The Mazehouse is a ten-minute drive from Daylesford and just up the road from The Swiss Mountain Hotel in Blampied.
It's an ideal base to visit the famous Daylesford and Hepburn Springs markets, specialist boutiques, galleries, coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, vineyards, spas and health therapy centres.
It's also close to Ballarat 30km, Clunes 30km, Creswick 10km and Castlemaine 48 km
The Mazehouse is on the Midland Highway which is a tourist route that links major towns beginning from Geelong and leading all the way to Mansfield. It winds through country Victoria in a large arc, travelling via the towns of Ballarat, Daylesford, Castlemaine and Bendigo.
Most vintage and classic car clubs drive the Midland Highway. Major cycling races also pass the property. As the property is situated in a farming & potato growing area, a wide range of farm machinery and transport vehicles also travel on the highway. Please note that you can hear traffic.
Rates displayed are only an indication and will vary depending on the dates of your stay, the number of guests and the duration.
Please note The Maze House has a two night minimum stay.