Royal Standard Farm epitomises luxury accommodation and designer chic. The stunning 1890s solid red brick homestead is surrounded by fields of volcanic soil and has been lovingly restored to its former grandeur by celebrated Architect Maggie Edmond. Beautifully decorated and furnished, this property beckons you to come and experience true town and country living with all the advantages of being part of both. Consisting of four large ensuited bedrooms each with king split beds and iconic views to the garden or countryside, this spacious home can easily accommodate two or more families in multiple living areas. The bay windows in the kitchen entice you to sit and soak up the sun whilst the chef's kitchen and large dining table make entertaining a delight. The attention to detail here has not been missed.
A gorgeous courtyard leads you to the old managers quarters recently re built to include a downstairs lounge and bathroom, and upstairs a generous bedroom featuring a king split bed as well as sofa bed for those wanting to share.
Climate controlled hydronics maintain a comfortable ambience in both Winter and Summer and with WiFi and Foxtel, three separate music systems and a TV in every bedroom this is a truly unique property.
Perfectly positioned with long distant views to Trentham yet close to Daylesford Wombat Botanical Gardens and the iconic Farmers Arms Hotel.
Guests staying in 2016: Royal standard farm was beautiful, clean, we all were very impressed with the presentation. A pleasure to stay there, I will certainly recommend it!
Rates displayed are only an indication and will vary depending on the dates of your stay, the number of guests and the duration.
Reduced rates may apply if you are booking less than 2 weeks prior to arrival for weekend bookings (or 2 months prior to arrival for midweek bookings).
The nightly rate quoted above is based on a full house stay. For stays of more nights the tariff per night may decrease significantly. Please enquire about rates for additional nights.
Check-in: 3pm; Check-out: midday.
Weekend nights are Thurs/Fri, Fri/Sat or Sat/Sun.
Midweek nights are Sun through to Thurs.