Union House c.1861Union House is a unique part of Castlemaine's history. Built in the early 1860's in the central area of the town, it is a minutes walk from all the town's attractions- the galleries, restaurants, hotels, theatre, boutiques, supermarket, and easy walking distance to the gardens, regional parks, railway station, and the Woollen Mill complex. The cottage has been recently renovated to amalgamate its historic features with contemporary comforts and luxurious appointments.
Granny Thomas CottageSituated in tranquil bushland, just 7 minutes by car from the vibrant township of Castlemaine, this warm and inviting solar-powered mud-brick cottage is just the place to relax and unwind. Discover the local wildlife and treat yourself to peaceful bush walks.
R&R b&b stay Restore & ReplenishThis self contained light and airy wing of an art deco house on the edge of Castlemaine has a focus on comfort and sustainability, it celebrates Central Victoria by incorporating the works of local artists and crafts people. Cosy lounge and dining area , wood burner and a view of a native garden with wonderful gum trees. A well equipped galley kitchen with induction cook top and microwave , breakfast hamper is provided for you to prepare at your leisure. Separate bedroom and bathroom.