VIC Tourism welcomes Erindale Guest House in Beechworth, find and discover wonderful places to visit in Beechworth.Erindale Bed and Breakfast (circa 1870) is a beautifully restored Victorian home offering luxury boutique accommodation for up to eight guests. The house is furnished with unique antique pieces and soft furnishings and surrounded by extensive landscaped gardens and situated a short stroll from the centre of the township of Beechworth. Your hosts Glenda and Charles welcome you to a relaxing, romantic and memorable stay at Erindale. As a guest you are invited to enjoy the many areas and facilities available to you including free Wi-Fi in most areas. Why not sit in the cosy and inviting lounge with its open fire crackling during the cooler months, or read a book in the sunny conservatory or just relaxing in the shady gardens. Erindale Guest House offers guests homemade afternoon tea on arrival served in the sunny conservatory, along with a complimentary local port and specialty chocolates of an evening on your return from dinner. Then in the morning enjoy a delectable gourmet breakfast either at the dining table with other guests, or in the warmer months, alfresco on your private veranda. So no matter what the season come and enjoy Erindale Guest House and relax and unwind....
4.6 based on 5 reviews
It was a very special weekend for the 4 of us as we celebrated our birthdays. We enjoyed the ambiance of the house and the friendliness of our hosts Glenda and Charles. The breakfast was delicious and the extras provide like afternoon tea and chocolates for supper were appreciated. A great place to spoil yourself for the weekend.
A belated but sincere thank you to hosts Charles & Glenda for the warm and kind hospitality you showed towards my wife and I when we visited your stately and unpretentious establishment recently. Attention to detail in every way, 'step back in time to 1871' we did. The conservatory was a lovely peaceful room overlooking your manicured gardens in the afternoon sun, the dinning room and breakfast to die for (thanks again Glenda) and the formal lounge and open fire reminded me of a bygone era at my grandparent's home, topped off with a pre 'turn down' supper. Your knowledge of the local area and the Beechworth community activities second to none, will highly recommend you to our family and friends. All the best...TD *** I am extremely disappointed that this review was removed from the page, Google have my details and should be checking with me before deleting any review, thanks...TD
Erindale Guest House has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under?
Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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