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This area may have travel restrictions related to COVID-19.
Roses On The River is situated on the Ovens River, a three minute walk to town.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 60 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
No smoking - No smoking inside the accommodation.No smoking inside the accommodation.
Max guests: 5 (sleeps up to 5 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter:
- The property is to be left clean and tidy to avoid a cleaning surcharge that will be billed to you.
- No bicycles are to be in the house and any bicycles are to be stored/repaired in the secure garage.
- Pets are not accommodated at the property. Smoking is not permitted inside the accommodation
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum one-day vacancy between guests’ stays
Bright is truly a town of four seasons with each providing its own unique blend of enjoyment and relaxation. Roses On The River is a 3 minute walk to the town centre.
Bright is catching a trout in the mountain streams, sitting by, rafting, floating or swimming in the clear Ovens River. Choose to sip fine wines from the Alpine Valleys, have a gourmet picnic by the shady riversides, dine on locally sourced produce at the wide range of restaurants and street side cafes or enjoy music in the park. Have coffee and cake, visit the bakeries or have fun on the river waterslide.
Take a walk on the many trails that abound in the region, including those that cross the Razorback toward the High Plains cattlemen huts. Explore on horseback or bicycle and ride the extensive and Australia’s premier rail trail.
Summer is fun for families –canoe, gold pan, paraglide, play tennis, golf, bushwalk, wander the bush and street markets or just read a book or have a relaxation massage.
Enjoy the sun and the colours of red, orange gold and yellow as Brights’ famous trees and avenues of oaks, liquid ambers, poplars and Japanese, maples come ablaze in color. Stroll the Canyon Walk along the scenic Ovens River, take a microlight flight or watch the hangliders soar above Mt buffalo and enjoy the valley vistas. If you have the spirit of adventure but no experience, there are guides and instructors waiting to get you going. Celebrate the Autumn Festival with farm tours, camp fire nights, Art & Craft shows, street stalls, open gardens and the Gala Day Parade. From April to May is a photographers and vistors delight amongst the falling leaves of Bright and surrounds.
Winter is a delight for the Alpine Ski or snowboard enthusiast or for those just wanting to throw a snow ball. Visit Mt. Hotham or Falls Creek or a day trip to the iconic Mt. Buffalo National Park. Buy some local produce or crafts from the monthly market or sit fireside at the many restaurants and wineries and enjoy the ambience.
With the emergence of Spring, enjoy the open gardens and flowering shrubs, bulbs and trees that abound. Bird watching can ensure views of king parrots, black cockatoos and a myriad of others.
Bring your camera to ensure all the vibrant memories of your visit to Bright and surrounds are captured.
Rod & Paula Hall