The gardens and features are in some need of maintenance, and the exhaust fan housing fell off the ceiling whilst we were in the spa. Attention to broken door latches and peeling paint surfaces here and there in the room would help lift the otherwise excellent standard of the facilities. These are small criticisms, and overweighed by the many good features.
We booked in for two nights and were favoured by sunny weather. This B&B is situated very well to take advantage of the many wineries nearby. Set in a spacious and gracious landscaped garden of mostly deciduous trees, shrubs and ornamentals.. Lots of paved patio spaces in the garden and covered verandah s for relaxing. A breakfast area set up with cereals and pastries, plunger coffee, juices and fruit . Our room large and filled with light. Interesting furniture in rosewood and other exotic timbers. Ample bathroom with shower over spa. Tony, the host, is originally from south of Italy, tho many years in Australia. An amusingly dry sense of humour, and frank opinions. Welcomed us the morning after our lateish arrival from Beechworth. One great plus is the very long formed walking track which winds past the B&B up the valley in one direction, past wombat holes, echidna scrapes and flowering natives, and towards Yarra Glen in the other direction, through fields and settled areas. It was built with funds provided after the devastating fires in the area a few years ago.