Guests from Singapore to Santa Fe, Manila to Melbourne, all rave about Bellevue Farmstay, nestled in a hillside at Scotts Creek in Victoria's South West.
Content: Bellevue Farmstay
With majestic views from all rooms, Bellevue Farmstay is on a working family farm has three bedrooms, large lounge and family rooms (with additional sofa beds), a dining room and a fully-equipped kitchen, plus, a wood-burning heater. Families and large groups love the rumpus porch for kids with chalkboard wall, Leggo and totem tennis.
Meet the arm pets: Nikki (Golden Retriever dog), Tess (Border Collie dog), Rani (Siamese cat), Innie, Fred, Bazza, Andy and Bronte (alpacas), Sam, Sue, Sooty and Jill (sheep). Both Acca (the goat) and Frannie (the retired eventing horse) love treats of apples and carrots. Latest arrivals are Alana, the orphan camel calf and Oh Deer, the orphan fawn. Plus you will likely run into native wildlife (koalas, echidnas, kookaburras and kangaroos) on the walking trails.
So join gregarious hosts Wendy and Warren Couch, the fourth generation owners of Bellevue, to enjoy the views, take a bush walk with some wildlife, map out some day trips around the magnificent region or just simply relax.
Price & booking
$900.00 - $1,000.00
Bellevue has a two night minimum stay. Price is for four people for a two night stay.
Room capacity: 12
In creating a home away from home Bellevue Farmstay strive to ensure your stay is brimming with all those little extras that make a memorable visit. To ensure guests receive full attention, Bellevue Farmstay take only one booking at a time ensuring you have the entire house to yourselves.
Enjoy a taste of real farm life on a real Australian working farm which runs beef cattle, young dairy cows and some sheep.
Join Bellevue Farmstay at the pet paddock at 9:30am daily for feed time where you will get the experience of a lifetime, hand-feeding all the pets for about three hours. All Bellevue Farmstay's animals love visits from guests and you can walk and talk to them. They are all very inquisitive with individual personalities and come up close to investigate. Take a ride in the tractor when you feed out hay to the cattle.