Bolobek is a unique working farm at the foot of the Macedon Ranges boasting a rich history, great quality beef and lamb and a glorious garden.
Since 2006, the current owners, Brigid and Hugh Robertson have invested extraordinary passion and energy into the continuing renovation and rejuvenation of this magnificent property.
Bolobek is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register as being of aesthetic, architectural historic and horticultural importance to the State of Victoria.
Stay at the beautiful Cottage at Bolobek in our stylish, sophisticated and extremely comfortable Cottage, originally the Station Hand’s house. The Cottage is located in the middle of the property next to the historic garden. Tours of the garden can be arranged by appointment.
Self-contained and private, this two-bedroom cottage is the perfect place to escape. It sleeps up to four people, but if you come as a couple,the other room can be blocked out so that you will have the Cottage to yourself.
Just a short drive from Melbourne, located approximately three kilometres from New Gisborne, Mt Macedon and Macedon
The Cottage at Bolobek is not suitable, nor is it adequately equipped or designed for children as Bolobek is a working farm.
The Fern Room
The Fern Room overlooks the magnificent vegetable garden where most of the contents of your breakfast originate from. The Fern Room has a king size bed, private ensuite with bath for you to relax and unwind in. Relax in front of the fire. You can read books, go for walks, play games or cook up a storm in the self contained cottage.
The Pear Room
The Pear Room overlooks the working farm. Look out the window to see cattle and sheep grazing quietly, you may even see lamb or a little calf depending on the time of year. Sleep in a luxurious king size bed. Relax and unwind in your private en suite with large shower. You can read books, go for walks, play games or cook up a storm in the self contained cottage. This room can be changed to twin room with two king singles.
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