The Cottage is a gorgeous stone and mud brick, two bedroom ‘yurt’ shaped round cottage. It is completely self-contained and is located on a privately owned, 10 acre property, that is only a 15 minute drive from the heart of Mansfield and an approx 45 minute drive to the car parking areas on Mt Buller.The Cottage offers affordable, modern, quality accommodation for up to 4 people. Bedroom 1 has a queen size bed. Bedroom 2 has two single beds. The bathroom is adjacent to both bedrooms. There is an open plan living/dining room with TV/DVD/stereo and a slow combustion wood heater. The kitchen has everything you need with gas cooktop and microwave oven cooking facilities. Reverse cycle air-conditioning. Quality linen/towels etc. There is a pretty, private garden with a Webber BBQ, outdoor setting and stunning views over the surrounding valleys to the mountain ranges. Off street car parking. Full breakfast supplies are provided.
The Cottage is situated in a lovely garden setting and there is a dam with a jetty and seating area. Guests are welcome to wander around the entire property. Meet Chablis the Labrador and Jemima the duck, the chooks and out in the paddocks you will see kangaroos and other wildlife.
This is a special place where you can relax and enjoy some quality time as a couple, with friends or as a family. Portacot and highchair available upon request.
High Country Attractions
The attractions of the High Country are not limited to the snow ski season. Winter, summer, autumn or spring, there’s always something exciting to do in the High Country. Alternatively you can simply relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery, play a round of golf, have a game of tennis or go for a bush walk.
The Mansfield Shire is renowned for its natural beauty and alpine mountains. Significant landscape features include Mount Buller, Mount Stirling and the Great Dividing Range. Natural environment features include parts of Lake Eildon and Alpine National Parks. Valleys of the Howqua, Delatite and Goulburn Rivers are also significant landscape features in the Shire. The areas are in high demand for recreation and lifestyle activities.
Come to the High Country and find yourself in a land where legends ride. Of course these days, those legends are as likely to be on a mountain bike, in a four wheel drive or on skis rather than on horseback. But legends they remain.
So what is it about this place that brings out the best in people? Well, for a start, its beautiful, rugged mountains, rolling snow plains, rushing rivers, gentle lakes and sweeping grasslands make for an ever changing, ever lovely backdrop.
But inspiring views are just the beginning of the story. Here, the warm climate and varied terrain mean that life is lived to the fullest outdoors. Whether you’re a skier, a horse rider, a cyclist, a fly-fisherman or just a sunworshipper, the High Country will call you to adventure. And yet, adventure isn’t the only thing that keeps people coming back. Life is good here.
Festivals fill the air with music and colour. There are local wines to taste, local gourmet produce to enjoy and local beers to try, brewed from pristine mountain waters.
However, the most appealing aspect of the High Country is its spirit.
Things To Do
There are many activities in the Mansfield/Merrijig area such as snow skiing in winter, horse riding, Lake Eildon boating and fishing, bushwalking, hot air ballooning, golf, plus Mt Buller’s many winter and summer activities. Weekend events range from Mansfield’s bush markets, which are held four times a year, to the Tolmie Sports day held every year in February and the Merrijig Rodeo which is held on Labour Day weekend, ensuring that there is plenty of activities to entertain you all year round.