In the bathroom was this huge bathtub.
They called it a soak tub. Hanging over it was the shower, if you didn't care to soak.
Mighty gum trees
I saw a page discribing this B&B in a magazine called Holidays and Honeymoons.
It said, Manor Gums is a unique piece of paradise, nestled in the lush Warrnambool country side and surrounded by majestic gums and abundant native birdlife.
They couldn't have discribed it any better.
We drove down a long lane and there sitting in a grove of large trees we saw the sign that said MANOR GUMS.
As soon as we pulled in, Irene, the owner, came running out to our car to show us to our suite. She even had the fire lit for us because there was a chill in the air.
Unique Quality: Our suite had a small kitchen, sitting room /bedroom combo with a wood burning stove, bathroom with a huge soak tub.
There was a balcony on the front and the back with full length windows.
Birds were everywhere. Cockatoos at the feeder, sitting on the balcony, parrots in the trees, and many others.
She prepared our dinner for us and then served it in our suite so we wouldn't have to go back out.
Breakfast goodies were in the fridge for the nest morning.
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