Enchanting 1856 stone cottage with original features. The limestone and basalt quoined facade displays fine stone work. Built by the first Wesleyan lay preacher in Victoria, William Witton. Historic features are the large rooms with eleven foot high ceilings and beautiful one foot wide original baltic pine flooring.
The cottage has been renovated, preserving its features and allowing modern conveniences for guests. Beautiful antiques and collectables enable guests to step back in time.
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