Chiltern accommodation. Chiltern Cottage and Indigo Suite accommodation perfect for one, two OR three people. B and B - breakfast strictly by prior arrangement.
Professionally renovated, historically listed property providing the ultimate comfortable Queen sized *bed. Luxury linen, towels and amenities, electric blankets, Nespresso coffee machine, split system air-conditioning for your added comfort.
*(An additional SINGLE bed is provided by converting day bed in living area.)
Step outside your front door into the main street and over to excellent coffee at Chiltern Bakery, Elvery Gallery and The Lodge Café, the Telegraph Hotel , or perhaps prepare your own gourmet delights with the abundant regional produce and wines par excellence sourced locally. A stunning drive to Beechworth through Mt Pilot National Park or perhaps meander into Rutherglen.
Chiltern (the birthplace of Sir John "Black Jack" McEwen: Born: 29 Mar 1900 · Chiltern, the 18th Prime Minister of Australia) is a 3 hour drive north of Melbourne , perfectly located midway between the towns of Beechworth and Rutherglen , Albury and Wangaratta. Whether your indulgence be wineries, produce, cycling - Explore the exciting new cyclists hub at the Goods Shed, birdwatching - the endangered Regent Honeyeater, bush walking,Yeddonba Aboriginal Art Site, researching the Chiltern "connections" of your family history, romantic time-out, girls weekend or simply "me time", The Star Picture Theatre, Henry Handel Richardsons' Lake View House, The Athaneum, Magenta Mine all offer an intriguing insight into our national history. Golf? "Collectable" shopping may also interest you!
Perhaps a Wedding ? Rutherglen Florist - perfect.
We attempt to pay homage to the history of the building and the town. Built in 1868 on the site of the original Post Office, the building now housing Chiltern Cottage and Indigo Suite has provided many services to Chiltern and community throughout her history. The parents of the current owner (*proudly fifth generation on Chiltern soil! ) made Chiltern Cottage their first home in 1948, and are delighted to see her lovingly restored and connected once again to the family , 66 years hence!