The perfect Dandenong Ranges getaway, Woolrich Retreat offers privacy, an open fire, a spa to soak in or a deck to relax on with a barbecue whilst overlooking the gardens - plus free entry to Cloudehill Gardens next door.
Built in the 1920s, Woolrich Cottage's art deco features have been retained and restored to create this elegant accommodation. The cottage includes two bedrooms with large ensuites, as well as an indoor, four person jacuzzi hot tub under a glass skylight.
The lounge room has an open fire, and a bay window with dining table. The kitchen has granite bench tops and a farmhouse sink. French doors open up onto a deck with a barbecue and outdoor furniture for alfresco dining with garden and mountain views.
In French Provence style, the Garden Retreat is perfect for one couple with its king-size bed and double spa (separate shower). Miele appliances in the kitchen, leadlight windows in the bathroom and bedroom, television with Foxtel and DVD and a lovely open wood fire in the loungeroom, making this an experience to remember.
Outside, the balcony is complete with barbecue and art deco table and chairs sits at the edge of a canopy of trees.
Visitors that stay for longer get cheaper price per night. Prices include gourmet breakfast provisions of the highest quality.
The Garden Retreat is suitable for a couple. It has a bedroom with king size bed, a lounge room with open fire and kitchen; a bathroom with shower and spa bath; and a balcony with barbecue overlooking the garden. Generous breakfast provisions, a bottle of bubbly are provided and there is free entry to Cloudehill Gardens.
Woolrich Cottage is a cottage with two bedrooms each with an ensuite. It is always let to one set of guests whether it is one couple or two. Breakfast provisions, a bottle of bubbly, and lots of little extras are provided plus free entry to Cloudehill Gardens. Extra fees apply for an additional couple or person staying. Contact for more information.
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