Location: 100 metre from main street, easy walk for meals and shopping.
HOUSE - Pricing for 2 guests $230- per night per 2 night stay. See below for further guests.
Fully equipped kitchen, TV, Blu-ray player, ipod dock,
Split system reverse cycle air conditioning to House.
Split system reverse cycle air conditioning to master bedroom.
King bed in master bedroom and TV/DVD.
T.V./ DVD in 2 x master bedrooms.
2 x single bed ensembles in separate bedroom with ceiling fan.
Spa bath in main bathroom.
Private off-street parking.
Electric blankets seasonally.
PRICING: HOUSE: For 2 - 4 guests.
For a couple $230 per night per 2 nights +.
Extra single bed $35 per night.
Single night stay $300-
NOTE: Booking fee of $17-50 p/n applies.
The main entrance is highlighted by the large Edwardian leadlight door opening onto the original Baltic timber boards which also feature along the hallway connecting to the Suite. The kitchen is fully equipped with quality items, everything you need to prepare a simple snack or a full meal which you can enjoy at the magnificent hand made timber dining table. Relax on the leather lounge with a coffee or a glass of your new favourite wine from the district. A private deck at the rear is also set with table and chairs. The main bedroom is well appointed with superb king size bed, quality bedding, reverse cycle air conditioning, flat screen television with dvd player. The second bedroom has two single bed ensembles, also with quality bedding and linen. The bathroom has been designed with a romantic flair and its modern fittings include a deep spa bath to indulge in and a large separate shower.
Naturally made bath products, hand made soaps and thick cotton towels are provided. Split system air conditioning provides both heating and cooling for year round comfort and there are ceiling fans throughout.
Private parking is available at the rear of the property.
THINGS TO DO
Historical Yea was first settled in 1825 and has served a wide farming community, now being discovered by people seeking a quiet country escape. Take a walk around town following the Heritage Trail and appreciate the fine old buildings still in use. In 2011, the town was accepted into Cittaslow, the international movement for slow tourism and sustainable communities. Enjoy the growing number of establishments showcasing local produce and reviving traditional methods, both culinary and artistic. Browse through unique shops and take a drive to visit award winning boutique wineries located throughout the district. Experience the famous Yea Wetlands, home to many varied species of flora and fauna. Soak up some country life or get busy on the Great Victorian Rail Trail for cycling, horse riding and walking, hire facilites available in town. The Yea Country Market is held on the first Saturday of the month at the Railway and there are other markets held regularly throughout the district.