What a privilege to stay at Grey Masts. The house was built in the 1860s and some of the floors were made out of timber from shipwrecks, though now they are highly polished and beautiful. We only had three people in the house so it felt huge, especially the dining table that seats 14 or more. Yet somehow it felt cosy and like a home away from home. There are two parlours and we used them both depending on the time of day. The kitchen was well equipped and if it had been a little bit warmer we would have enjoyed meals outside in the garden. The whole time I just felt privileged to be staying in this historic house. I'm sure the house will outlast me and hopefully one day I'll be back to Robe and think "I stayed there for a wonderful weekend!"
Although we didn't meet the owners they checked in on us via phone calls and texts and I always felt like if we needed anything they would help us out.
The location couldn't be better, with a bit of a view of the water and one of the best restaurants in town just a minute away, as are the rest of the main street shops.
This was our second trip to Robe and I expect we'll be going back again, and I hope Grey Masts is available.