Об этом жилье
Situated on the Heyson Trail, a 15 minute drive from the seaside resort town of Victor Harbor, our "bespoke" cottage offers a quiet retreat from daily cares and frenetic activity. A private afternoon deck; sunny morning courtyard; secluded water-garden nook; stunning views and forest walks among the abundant wildlife, are yours to enjoy.
The cottage is a seperate building with its own access. It is situated adjacent to the main house at the end of a 500metre driveway (track).
Другие важные подробности
Please note that whilst the cottage fits best into the category of “self contained” and there are facilities for preparing beverages and light meals, there is no cook top or oven.
There is however a fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, sandwich maker, plunger and crockery, glasses etc.
Please note that more elaborate cooking (frying) is not appropriate for the living area.
*Please note that this is a working farm and there are potential dangers; consequently outbuildings and machinery are strictly out of bounds.
*The primary rule of farming life is to always leave gates as you found them
*Guests are requested to remove outdoor shoes before entering the cottage.
Если вы отмените бронирование за 24 часа до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем вам всю сумму бронирования. Если бронирование будет отменено позже чем за 24 часа, то мы удержим стоимость первой ночи.
Nearly forty years ago my wife Christine and I were acquired by fifty hectares of grazing land near Victor Harbor. We have spent most of our lives providing ecological services by way of planting and managing our native forests, designing and building the usual structures and watching the landscape evolve around us.
It is our ambition to continue doing this for long as possible. It is our hope that the B&B will facilitate that goal, while allowing us to share our bucolic idyll with our guests.
Me? Well, I spend most of my time working, but the list just gets longer. I enjoy listening to music, reading, writing and sailing; sometimes all at once. My friends call me Tony.
For more info, see ferretfarmforestry