Ross Farm presents a unique opportunity to experience contemporary country living in a rural setting, situated on the edge of Meeniyan, one of Gippsland’s most progressive small towns, renowned for good music and good food.
Despite its humble beginnings as a small working dairy farm, Ross Farm was designed to offer a unique architectural experience for it’s guests.
Whilst the Cabin (One Bedroom), Barn (Two Bedroom) and Dairy (Three Bedroom) each offer a distinctly different aesthetic, a common language of rawness and restraint is carried through all, supported by the use of local materials where possible, with a view to keeping things authentic and celebrating the handcrafted.
The property caters for many scenarios, a romantic weekend away, a country escape with family or friends, or book the whole site for groups of friends, extended family stays, retreats, workshops or weddings.
Indicative pricing for whole property. The Cabin (one bedroom), the Barn (two bedroom) and the Dairy (three bedroom). Cleaning fee charged on top of Day rate. Minimum of two night stay on all listings.
The Cabin has been designed and hand crafted by local makers to provide you with a unique accommodation experience, complete with Japanese inspired wooden Bath. It also includes many other hand crafted elements that have been designed and made especially for the space. A full kitchen and basic larder are there for your use, including welcoming supply of local staples. There is also Veggie garden that you are welcome to help yourself to. Ross Farm also have resident Hens on the property who provide fresh daily eggs. Other features include deck to watch the sunsets, outdoor shower and barbecue.
Inspired by the beautiful Wilson’s Prom, pink granite wraps the bathroom, and also forms the kitchen. The heart of the space is anchored by a rusted steel spiral staircase. Made from OSB, rusted steel, brass and granite, the Barn is perfect for a family or a few friends.
The Dairy is dark and moody, with a palette of raw concrete, dark ply, blackened steel and silver travertine. The interior layout wraps around a central courtyard originally the old cattle yard, with views out to the surrounding south gippsland hills.
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