About REBECCA TOD-AITKEN
We are a well-travelled couple and know what we expect at a homestay; you will find us friendly & welcoming offering a clean, secure, modern and well-appointed accommodation. You can expect a quiet, undisturbed stay with total privacy - bar a 15-year-old Labrador who will 'hit you up' for a little bit of love.
Why REBECCA TOD-AITKEN chose Romsey
You will have a fully self-contained detached flat with your own private outdoor area. Everything you need for a quick overnight or extended stay. Fully furnished including full kitchen, separate bedroom & washing machine. Complimentary WIFI and streaming TV. Within walking amenities ( Supermarket, cafes, restaurants) and only a 15-minute drive to Mt Macedon and Hanging Rock. Free WiFi, breakfast provisions, TV, air conditioner/heater, big shower, private courtyard Minimum one night stay with daily, weekly and monthly rates.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Fill a picnic hamper for a journey into the Macedon Ranges at the town’s retail shopping strip; organic fruit and vegetables, breads and pastries can all be found along the wide main street. Or just stick around and enjoy the atmosphere of this town over coffee and cake, or the hearty fare served at Soltan Pepper, The Bay Tree Café, 5 Kings Café and Verdure Bistro.
Stock up on your favourite drop at Cope-Williams Winery, just one of the wineries that calls Romsey and its surrounds home.
Outdoors types can get out on the bike or take a leisurely walk along the 8km walking and cycling trail that links Romsey to Lancefield or wildlife lovers can find platypus and other local characters around the local creek in nearby Darraweit Guim.
Like many people in the Macedon Ranges, the residents of Romsey love their gardens. Even in dry times there are exceptional examples of private gardens spread throughout the town. For the history buff, Sidney Seymour House is an original pre-fab cottage built in the early 1850s that presents a slice of life from another time. The Romsey Historical Society can organise access and tours.