1856 is a charming little cottage situated on Elizabeth Street in Robe. The cottage was built in the year 1856 by an Irish laborer named Patrick (Patsy) Ryan for his wife and seven children. This delightful property is situated right in the heart of Robe and is only a 3-minute walk to Victoria Street. The lucky guests will be so close to Robe’s famous Cafes and restaurants. With one queen bed and one bunk bed, the property is perfect for small families, or couples looking for a romantic getaway.
Leave the car and stroll down to the beautiful Robe Town beach to eat fish and chips in front of the waves. Or go for a drive to the famous Long Beach for a day of swimming and sunshine. Visiting in the cooler months? snuggle up in front of the fire with a glass of Cape Jaffa wine and some local produce. 1856 is the perfect cottage with the best location for any time of year.
* Please be aware, there is no off street parking for this property.