About Deborah Brown
Tom and Deb are hobby farmers enjoying the country lifestyle. Having moved to the property in 2012 they now have a vineyard, orchard and olive grove, lovely gardens and very happy sheep grazing the luscious green paddocks. They are keen to share the serene environment with guests by offering accommodation in two lovely B&B Cottages.
Deborah Brown purchased this Bed And Breakfast in 2002
Why Deborah Brown chose Wooreen
A lovely serene country escape perfect for a quiet restful or romantic getaway. Cosy rooms that a beautifully appointed and have everything you need to have a relaxing holiday. Pretty gardens to wander around and enjoy or just relax in a private courtyard taking in the fresh air, local wildlife and rolling greens hills.
What makes this Bed And Breakfast unique
Beautiful views of the surrounding hills and countryside. Plenty of things to keep you entertained around the local area including galleries, wineries, cafes and restaurants, markets and beautiful views.
No refunds for cancellations made after payment is made
Excellent place to stay
Really good and we all fully satisfied. Surely we will come back in next time.
Thanks Esther. Glad you enjoyed it and we hope you come back again. Perhaps the sun will shine next visit.
We had a lovely weekend at the Aegean Black Duck Cottage. All amenities great including spa bath, and we were treated to bubbly and Easter eggs!
Very comfortable and welcoming
Didn't want for anything, a friendly welcome from the owner, and a gorgeous view. Will likely return next time we're down this way. Stayed Jan 2016
We had a wonderful stay, owner was very friendly. Cottage was very clean and has everything we needed. Thank you!
The property at Wooreen is close to many attractions including; walks, cycle paths, galleries, cafes & restaurants, market and wineries.