Built late 1860's and traded as a pub from 1871 till 1953. My family purchased the building in 1955 and converted it to a family home which remains almost unaltered to this day, despite the renovations. Full of character and old world charm, it remains a local icon in the area. Original features includes the cosy open fire in the lounge room, high ceilings and the brick lined cellar with original sandstone bricks..
Ten minutes by car to Grafton on a sealed road, where you will find all amenities, and 5 minutes across the ferry to the Pacific Highway at Ulmarra. The home is in a small village setting, but has privacy and no immediate neighbours. Relax on the back verandah overlooking the pleasant rural outlook or sit under the shady tree in the back yard and enjoy the gentle afternoon breeze. Very peaceful at night in a double brass bed (in keeping with the good ole days) for a good nights sleep, away from the hustle and bustle of town. Continental breakfast- cereals, toast, orange juice, yoghurt, tea and coffee included, and a variety of evening meals can be obtained from local eateries/pubs 10 minutes away in Grafton or Lawrence. Two bathrooms available, so guests have their own bathroom, although its not an ensuite. Guests also have use of their own lounge with TV.
Tea and coffee available all day, but no meals apart from continental breakfast.
Interaction with guests
I will be available to help with any requests.
Other things to note
Off street parking.
To treat my home with respect as you would your own home.
Currently work as Registered Nurse casual basis, and have previously worked in real estate and sales. Enjoy travel both local and overseas, especially Europe, with Ireland being my favourite..