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Small family operated farm stay.
Cows, sheep, horses, chooks, Indian runner ducks. A real farm. And the kids can feed the animals and the birds.
We rang through and spoke to Bob and Gwen and everything flowed well from there.
They are locals and directed...More
Was our first farm stay and we really loved it. We stayed in the 3 bedroom cottage, was neat and tidy. The hosts Bob and Gwen were awesome, showed us around and took us for rides around the farm. The kids loved it and it...More
We stayed for a long weekend and have to say were impressed with the homestead accommodation.
It was clean, cosy and had everything you need for a comfy stay.
The farm website probably needs some updating as there are animals on it that you do...More
We booked 3 bed farm house for our family and my sons family for 5 adults and a baby. Our in-in laws family booked one bed cabin. Both accomodations were excellent. There were horses, geese and chickens to feed. Facilities are good and quite close...More
This is the 2nd time we've stayed here. Lovely and clean rooms with a great view of the farm from the main bedroom and the kitchen. Lots of lovely animals reign and Lilly (the horses) were a huge hit with the kids we went out...More
Myself and a large group of friends (10 all up) are looking at travelling down to Jindabyne for a long weekend this years snow season in August. Can you kindly advise any vacancies available? aware we might have left it a bit late!
Looking at checking in a Thursday/Friday and checking out Sunday.
Any assistance is greatly appreciated in advance.
8 June 2016|
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Response from Wijitha G | Reviewed this property |
Try highland lodge farm stay 3 bed farmhouse.
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