Right on the main street this is an excellent accommodation option. Spacious rooms with hand basin and shared facilities. Beechworth being so developed on the tourist circuit has very few options these days for budget minded travellers - Tanswells is about the cheapest place to stay while here.
Great locals' bar, very friendly and vibrant along with plenty of atmosphere - you won't want to leave! They have a excellent menu and bistro. Local micro-brewery beers on tap!
One of my favorite places in all of Victoria.
Unfortunately...I was here for business for a week...and didn't get to
enjoy long hours of chilling at this B&B...but enjoyed every second I
did get to spend here.
The hospitality was amazing...fresh bread and paper on your doorstep in
the morning....and a kind hello and chat every day.
The place is considered a historical landmark in the area...and has a
fascinating story but still has all the newest appliances and
conveniences of a modern home.
It's a stone cottage with a wood burning heater...goose down sofa and
chairs, modern stove, fridge and dishwasher...and goose down doona and
swedish styled shower upstairs in the loft. The outdoors have endless
gardens of the Victorian flowers and trees...and little getaway benches
for you to sit and relax.
The fridge was stocked with cheese, jams, eggs, tomatoes, butter, and
milk with cereal and crackers in the cupboard. I couldn't finish it all
in a week!
Whether you are here for business...or in need of a romantic
getaway...you absolutely will love this place...enjoy!
This is your classic "pub stay" in Australia, though these days that means a little more than what it did in the '50's.
You can expect some shared bathrooms in this delightful hotel.
It's situated in the middle of Beechworth so you won't have any trouble finding it as the building is one of the landmarks.
One good thing is that it has it's own lunch and dinner every day so you never have to worry about food.
They offer pub style 12 comfortable first floor rooms with secure storage for bicycles and motorbikes. Visit and discover country hospitality with excellent service and they have special rates for reps.
There's a lot of B&B's in Beechworth. They adorn most blocks in the town and they all have a beautiful exterior with well tended gardens and to choose between them would be a task I would not relish but wherever you end up I suspect it would be a delight.
This was the first I saw but thereafter I came across many more and would gladly have stayed in any of them if just to sit on their verandahs alone.
If I had a choice of accommodation, they would certainly be my number one selection.
Occasionally, you come across a place by surfing the internet that as much determines where you go as looking for accommodation in a destination already decided upon. Candlebark Cottage falls into the former. Casually looking for available accommodation between Christmas and New Year somewhere in Victoria resulted in discovering Candlebark Cottage.
Self-catering, Candlebark is a wonderful getaway approximately 5kms outside of Beechworth, just off the Chiltern Rd (and about 5 minutes drive to Woolshed Falls). It's small (2 people only), cosy but equipped with all the essentials required for a few days self catering in the countryside - and located on the farmland of owners Fleur and Digby - a backdrop of vineyards, sheep and a view of the gently rolling hills surrounding Beechworth.
Air conditioning for the summer, heated for the winter months, a verandah with those views and some lovely personalised touches make this a great spot to get away from it all for a few days.
Heaps of books and magazines, wine produced by Fleur and Digby available in the cottage (honesty 'box'), comfortable, clean and, surprisingly, with windows open facing all directions, no a/c required in spite of temperatures pushing 40 degrees,
Great prices too - only AUD$80 per night Monday-Thursday with the weekend rate still excellent value at AUD$100.
The Bank is a great place to stay if you're headed to Beechworth, up to Canberra, or Sydney.
It has rooms in the back of the restaurant...which was cozy and felt like we had our own cottage. The provided port and chocolates upon arrival...and a nice, continental breakfast of scones, butter, jam and fruit for breakfast.
The restaurant has excellent food...and quite fancy...but we choose The Green Shed for dinner or Beechworth Bakery for lunch.
The hosts were great...and had a lot of insight on the surrounding areas. And beechworth is a great place to hang out for awhile to experience Victoria...or a nice place to stay if you're riding the bike trail.
The cottages were in a garden...and all separate quarters, so it was private and cozy. It's one of the best places we've stayed in for the $$!!
I really enjoyed the Victoria Rose Cottage. It was AU$143 per night for a double, but could hold up to 5 people. We just made use of the one bedroom downstairs, but also had access to the lovely upstairs lounge. There was a nice spa tub along with a spacious shower. There were bubbles for the tub, but be careful how much you put in if you plan to turn on the spa jets! :) The kitchen had ample facilities and provisions for breakfast. There were eggs, bacon, toast, jams, fruit cups, cereal, juice and milk. I cooked us a yummy little breakfast. There was a small tv downstairs and also a larger one upstairs. You can also see the nice covered car space beside the cottage.
We went while the Victoria Rose was all decorated for Christmas. There were decorated trees outside both upstairs and downstairs and lots of lights around the place. The entire house was decorated in a Victorian style with lots of pretty pieces. The location was right in the middle of town, in easy walking distance to the main streets with all the restaurants and shopping. I really enjoyed the town and the cottage and wished we had stayed longer than one night!
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