Unspoilt countryside property

LOCATED just 4km from the heart of Mudgee, this farmhouse retreat is set amongst 25 acres of breathtaking countryside that executes tranquillity and charm.

Whether guests are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, or simply wanting to immerse themselves amongst the luscious scenery of the Mudgee countryside, this vintage country house offers something for everyone.

With the local wineries, mouth-watering restaurants, golf courses, day spas and glorious gardens - Trelawney Farm is undoubtedly your next getaway.

Divisible into two distinct properties, Trelawney Farm offers guests self-catering holiday accommodation that permits affordable indulgence.

The Coach House and Barn End Cottage combined can accommodate up to 12 people, ensuring it's the ideal setting for friends, families and work colleagues alike.

The Coach House is the original Colonial dwelling built in 1890. It consists of three bedrooms including one with a double antique iron bed and one with two single iron beds, plus a dedicated kids retreat. The property also features a separate library with open fireplace creating a luxurious yet serene stay for all the family.

Barn End Cottage is a delightful farmhouse ideal for a romantic getaway. Consisting of two spacious bedrooms, a large living area with separate dining, sensual claw-footed bath and homely fireplace - this is the definitive location for ultimate relaxation.

Each bespoke room has been perfectly designed to reflect the unique style and charm of this historical property, whilst ensuring that there is something for absolutely everyone.

Founder of Trelawney Farm, Kathy Collins, said: "Trelawney Farm offers exceptional facilities in a beautiful location. Having brought to life the character of the property, this city escape offers tourists magnificent accommodation in the heart of Mudgee."

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