40 Bent St, Macedon VIC 3440, Australia
40 Bent Street Macedon VI
0409 404 029
Bill said 2 years ago
Best stay on our five week trip through New Zealand and Australia so far. King suite is roomy and private with lots of windows and a private balcony. Birds galore and short walk to Macedon. Great bed and tasty breakfast. Wish we could stay longer than one night.
Robert Alexander said 2 years ago
Chris was lovely, the private room was wonderful - and breakfast was amazing - refreshed for the adventure to begin
Kelly Andersen said 2 years ago
Lovely friendly host. Clean comfortable, quiet room .great breakfast. We will return.
barry breen said 2 years ago
Stayed over the weekend. Highly recommended, nothing was too much trouble for Chris our host.
Karen Budden said 3 years ago
My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit here. The accommodation was warm, very comfortable and well appointed. Chris the host was delightful and made us feel instantly at home. Her hospitality and the wonderful home cooked breakfast made our visit extra special. I definitely recommend staying here.
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