1 BEDROOM | 2 BED | 1 BATH | SLEEPS 4

Pricing 

$200 per night.

Payable 50% deposit to secure booking.

Balance 7 days prior to arrival.

We like to think of it as a rural warehouse! Hidden behind the rough sawn timber exterior of our American style timber barn you will find a light and bright welcoming space. It has everything you could wish for! Comfy place to eat, relax and unwind! Step outside the barn doors and wander around the 6 acre property.

The space

Inside "The Barn" you will find yourself relaxing in no time! You will find a cosy lounge area with comfy couches, wood fireplace, large coffee table perfect for boardgames and a flatscreen TV.
Large kitchen area with bar fridge (and large fridge - if you need it), portable electric oven with hot plates, microwave, kettle & toaster as well as a large gas BBQ outside complete with side burner.
A casual dining table as well as large timber dining table in the more formal dining area. A growing library where you can pull up a chair and get lost in the many books.

Upstairs in the mezzanine you will find the main bedroom with super comfortable queen size bed and lounge area. To make yourself comfortable you will find large chest of drawers, clothes rail and sideboard for your bags.

The second sleeping area (double bed) is in the downstairs area. Attached to the outside of the barn is the bathroom complete with hot shower, basin, mirror & hairdryer. The toilet is located in separate outhouse, as we are not on town water and sewer, the toilet is a self contained pump toilet.

Outside you will find cane lounge and chairs surrounding the firepit or up by the dam you will find ceramic stools to sit and relax. NB fire restrictions exist during warmer months so lighting outdoor fires during this period is strictly prohibited.

Guest access

You will have full use of the property for your stay.

Interaction with guests

You will have the place to yourself! We are contactable via phone and email and have a property manager who lives nearby for anything you may need or any unexpected issues.

Tailored Experiences

House Rules
No parties or events
Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 11AM
Self check-in with lockbox

- Whilst we are located a distance from our neighbours, sound does travel, so please limit noise - no loud music after 10.
- Smoking permitted outside only. Strictly no smoking inside. Please ensure butts are disposed of to protect our environment as well as bush fire risk.
- Pets may be permitted by prior approval only. Please ask and provide information prior to booking.
- Children are permitted however please inspect photos and decide if suitable for your situation. Concrete floors, open stair rails, and dam which is not fenced. No high chair or portacot at the property.
- As this is a rural property, please ensure you have VIC EMERGENCY app installed on your smartphone to ensure you are kept up to date with any local hazards.

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $1000

Hosted by Jacob

I'm a thirty something Australian who loves cooking, wine, travel, adventure, and now a new love for unwinding in the country! I have lived in Melbourne for over a decade and own a cafe in North Melbourne with another on its way.
Cancellations
Strict - Free cancellation for 48 hours. After that, cancel up to 7 days before check-in and get a 50% refund, minus the service fee.

Heathcote

About Heathcote

There’s a never-ending list of things to do and see in and around Heathcote – no matter where your interests lie.

For the nature lovers, there is an abundance of parks and forests surrounding the town, with the historic O’Keefe Trail offering the perfect place to explore on bike or foot. Water babies will enjoy the aquatic playground that is Lake Eppalock for swimming, boating or fishing.

Check out the local products and produce available both in town and from surrounding farms and wineries, offering tasty homegrown fare that you’ll find hard to beat.

Take a leisurely trip through the countryside and visit some of the beautiful wineries and cellar doors. Meet the winemakers and discover more about their passion for a fine drop.

Wander the main street and check out the great cafes, cute boutiques and quirky second-hand stores. Appreciate the beautiful history on offer with stunning buildings from the gold rush era and explore beyond the centre of town for more unique historical locations.

Embrace the local art scene with galleries and if you’re a keen photographer, there is inspiration galore.

See what’s on throughout the year and visit one of the many fabulous festivals and events in the region – a great opportunity to be a part of the wonderful community that makes this town great.

Heathcote is a town in central Victoria, Australia, situated on the Northern Highway 110 kilometres north of Melbourne and 40 kilometres south-east of Bendigo via the McIvor Highway.

Location: 109 km (68 mi) from Melbourne; 47 km (29 mi) from Bendigo.