Experience the Victorian countryside's lush natural habitat - winding country roads, rolling hills, wineries, cycling and walking trails, just a short 65km drive north of Melbourne. A beautifully appointed quiet sun-lit rustic guesthouse. Featuring a private bedroom with two queen sized beds a single fold-out on request, bathroom, kitchenette, heating and air-conditioning, in addition to an outdoor cooking area within a private deck, miniature herb garden & sumptuous paddock and bushland views.
Please inform me of your time of arrival, check-in time is after 3pm.
The gas bottles for the BBQ and the outdoor heater must be turned off after use.
The wood fired chiminea needs to be extinguished prior to retiring for the evening or departing the property and all indoor heaters switched off when departing also.
NO shoes on inside - it would be really appreciated as it can get really grubby underfoot. I would suggest bringing slippers or warm socks with you during the colder months.
Please be water wise as we are a rain water property only.
No smoking inside the building or in covered areas.
Please do not place any foreign objects down the toilet.
Please drive into the property slowly, as we have little ones and pets.
Thanks ever so much!
I am an Auslan/English Interpreter & Translator. My husband John is an award winning builder with over 25 years experience creating extraordinary homes and spaces all over Melbourne and Victoria.
Despite being a city dweller (Melbourne, London) for most of my life, my move to Glenburn only a few years back was a wonderful life change. We lead hectic lives travelling back and forth from Melbourne for school (for our 3 children), work and Uni etc so to come home to 40 acres of beautiful lush bush land is an absolute joy. We are a well travelled family also with many stories from our trips abroad to share and just as many stories to share of our country life here in Glenburn. The gardens, infrastructure and some aspects of the building were destroyed in the Black Saturday fires so we spend as much time as we possibly can re-building what was lost and re-establishing the surrounding gardens (despite both of us lacking green thumbs).
The sunsets and sunrises are gorgeous as are the walks within the National Park. Our neighbours are the local wine maker Philip Lobley Wines and sourdough bread maker Wild Crust Bakery - what else could we possibly need.
It is my aim that each of our guests experience a quiet stay to breathe and recalibrate from their busy lives. We love it here and we hope you do too.