Situated in the old goldfield town of Inglewood.This historic 150 year old building has 1 bedroom with a separate bathroom and separate fully equip laundry.the combined lounge and kitchen has all you need for your luxurious stay. Relax in the private courtyard set in a quaint native garden with its own private fountain BBQ and sitting zones
One street back from main street were you can stroll through the many Antique shops, have lunch at the local hotel, take away shop, IGA supermarket and the butcher shop with its fabulous aged beef.
Around the town there is many walking tracks were you can go and fossick for gold or just go sightseeing.
Gold-seekers still converge on the surrounding bush land in search of gold. Since the million dollar "Hand of Faith" nugget was discovered 11 km west at Kingower in 1980, gold detectors have brought fresh discoveries left behind by the early prospectors. Inglewood forms part of the "Golden Triangle" which encompasses some of the richest alluvial goldfields in the world, including Kingower, Rheola, Dunolly, Tarnagulla and Moliagul, where the biggest gold nugget ever unearthed, the "Welcome Stranger", was discovered.
The Eucalyptus Distillery Museum is open on weekends on the site of the historic Jones Eucy Distillery at the northern entrance to the town, providing an insight into the history of the eucalyptus oil industry. Features include the old distillery and an interpretive center with historic displays, artifacts and a working distillery model.
Inglewood is the gateway to Kooyoora State Park. Located a short distance west of the town, the park is a popular camping and recreation location and home to Melville’s Caves where the bushranger Captain Melville is rumored to have based himself during the 1850s. Inglewood Golf Club.The town is close to the Loddon River at Bridgewater. Central to the Bendigo region wineries, producing quality red and white wines.