$595 per night, plus tax
- Private Master Bedroom - King
- Queen Murphy Bed with Private Bath
- Butler Kitchen with Mini Refrigerator & Freezer
- Living Area
- Sitting Area
- Satellite Television
- Two Full Baths
- Wireless Computer Access
At one time, this space was filled with hay to feed the gentle milk cows that lived below. Now, it has been transformed into a spacious, luxurious, one-bedroom, two-bath suite with some of the most fantastic views of the surrounding property, Titus Creek, and the Blue Mountains.
Walking into the tower entrance and ascending the long, gradual stairwell, you will immediately begin to settle into your retreat. Once upstairs, the architecture features the drama of high ceilings supported by recycled beams and doors rescued from a fire damaged home. Original hayloft barn doors have maintained their same vigilance for over one-hundred years. The chandelier in the tower living room is suspended by a chain made of bits from bridles of mule teams that once worked the farm. Venetian plaster throughout is beautiful to the eye, and floors filled with radiant heat provide comfort for the feet.
The heart of the entire space opens onto a long deck, through multiple French doors that allow the light to stream in. To the southeast you can view the sunrise and glowing foothills of the Blue Mountains, and to the west spectacular sunsets fill the sky over the breakfast garden, vineyards, and fields beyond. Later, the night sky is magical.
The beautiful master bedroom, with king-sized bed, features a romantic antique armoire. An adjoining bath is richly appointed with a charming, antique marble sink that once resided in a local historic hotel. Two shower heads are features of the large, tiled shower.
There is a surprise second sleeping area for those who wish to share their Hayloft experience with friends or family. A queen-sized Murphy bed extends out of a fabulous armoire and a privacy curtain closes off the room. An adjoining bath features a deep, spa-like tub for luxurious bathing. A tiny alcove is filled with bathing treasures.
Whether one couple or two, our guests will enjoy the comfortable furniture in multiple sitting areas. A small butler's pantry with sink, fridge, and bar in the main living area provides ample space to prepare an hors d'oeuvre. On brisk evenings, a pretty gas stove will take away the chill and add a cozy atmosphere for those lazy evenings at home. A large television is featured in this area as well, but books, music, games, and the view may trump the television for your attention.