Enjoy country hospitality with wonderful rural vista, conveniently located, 1.5Km to town. The best of both worlds! Modern comfortable double room with own bathroom. Country breakfast with free range eggs included. Experience a working Alpaca farm.
Stay on a working Alpaca farm. Feed the animals if you wish, collect fresh eggs, pat the sheep, feed the massive steers and appreciate the fresh air, friendly atmosphere of Crookwell life. Relax on the porch, soak up the view, read, write or walk. Enjoy the open space, listen to the birds and unwind.
Guests have access to their room and bathroom. The lounge and dining area is shared.
Access to farm areas under supervision is welcomed. Dogs must be on lead at all times.
Interaction with guests
Guests can have privacy if they wish or join in on a farm experience, learn about Alpaca and farm life.
Other things to note
There is much to see in the Upper Lachlan Shire. Gold digging in Tuena, gems in Grabben Gullen, bush poetry and Lavender farm in Laggan, unique shopping opportunity in Crookwell, sock factory, railway museum, explore and be surprised. Taralga is a cosy historic town worth seeing with good cafes, shops and historical buildings.
We have pets inside and therefore are open to hosting small, on lead, well trained dogs. Dogs are not permitted to run unattended. We enjoy a smoke and drug free environment and of course, exercise respect and consideration. Moderate BYO drinking is acceptable. Excessive noise is not welcomed.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
I am a very positive person who lives by the motto "just do it" (thanks Nike). Animals are central to my life and am amazed every day at their intelligence, enthusiasm for living in the moment and their individual quirks that make them so appealing and interesting.
Music is a constant and writing lyrics to music, sharing with friends and watching the development of a piece is particularly rewarding.
As I have Alpaca, I am learning to spin their wonderful fibre and finding this challenging but determined to master it, one day!
As a member of CWA, I now love to make jam from local and seasonal fruit and since moving to the country from the City, have embraced baking to support the many fund raising events to contribute to local and national causes.
Cooking with fresh, locally grown produce is the best, as the taste is amazing.
I am so pleased to have the opportunity to live in such a wonderful environment where open space, fresh air and friendly folk are the norm.
Crookwell is a hidden gem that I would love to share with guests, if only for one day.