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The country style cabin sleeps 8 people, is a whole house rental, and situated on a double wide lot right within town. This allows you to walk around the stunning area and wander off for dinner or an early morning stroll. You are also a short distance away from most wineries in the region and will feel the countryside relaxing you, slowly and peacefully over a weekend.
This is such a special place to stay. Robin, the owner, has decorated this abode with such a marvellous flair for details, evident in the lovely touches she has everywhere.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to make some delicious meals that you can buy right from the local markets on Saturday. The dining room seats 8 and has a fireplace. The comfy living room area also comes complete with another fireplace. There is a spa tub out back, a barbeque and an additional seating area. The side yard is a great place to play some games with friends or your kids, or you can just wander around the gardens.
You can go by car, or perhaps you may even bring your bikes and explore in this way.
You can do wine touring on your own, hop on and off the local bus service or you can come up for the History Festival. Maybe you want to just come to smell the roses, as there is no shortage of those or walk by the amazing gardens that are everywhere.