Spent two nights here on the June long weekend. The positives are that it is a lovely historic building, beautifully restored. The room was nicely decorated and the bed comfortable. It was quiet and parking on the street no problem. The rest - the hosts were away which we didn't realise until they returned on check out so it was a bit odd spending the weekend there with no hosts. However a tasty breakfast of fresh fruit, youghurt, spreads and cereal was left in the fridge and kitchen. The bathroom was absolutely tiny, my partner who is 6 foot could barely fit in! There is one room with a shared bathroom which was a much bigger nice proper bathroom. Good value for money though.
Loved the character of this building - it is the old Bank of New South Wales. Am glad they have preserved parts of the old Bank such as the locked up safe, teller counter. Pictures of the building adorn the walls together with various paintings and artworks giving the place a warm and inviting aura to stay in. Such a character building with the high ceilings and other furnishings which have been retained in line with the building. We were there for one night - the beds were comfortable, rooms were of a good size and most has own ensuite bathroom. The continental breakfast was sufficient. Good spot to stay for the weekend! The roses were in full bloom last weekend and they were absolutely beautiful...!!
This is a lovely building and the artwork was delightful. We were invited to view the house/guesthouse and were very impressed by the lovely rooms, especially the high ceilings, and the decor very much in tune with the age of the building. My friends and I were in transit, and couldn't stay, but have it on our list for our next visit to the area. The gardens around Millthorpe were in full bloom, and most of the old buildings looked particularly lovely in the spring sunshine.
The old Bank of New South Wales and residence in Millthorpe was a lovely place to stay. Character building with high ceilings which has been maintained in an excellent condition. Welcomed by Jenny and every need catered for. Beds very comfortable and house warm. Lovely to sit on the front verandah in the winter sun. The old bank office is an art gallery which adds another dimension. The Corner Store catered for our food needs very well.
We went to Millthorpe for a long weekend at the time of the big market. We were the only people staying on the old Statebank for 2 nights. We enjoyed the location, verandah, and Rosebank itself. The owners were very welcoming also.