Corinda’s Cottages

There are three of these in the grounds, and you can rent them by the night, like a hotel room, or for longer.

They are all charming, self-contained, quirkily furnished and all with a double bedroom, bathroom and sitting area.  Each one has a kitchen, too, but you can eat in the hotel and use the big bar there if you prefer.  Either way, we provide breakfast ingredients for your first morning just in case…

Two cottages, the Coach House and the Servants’ Quarters, can be configured for an extra bed if required.

The Coach House

Built as the coach-house and stables for the main house in the 1880’s this charming little building with its original slate roof, antique horse paraphernalia and pressed metal ceilings is the epitome of rustic charm.

The Servants’ Quarters

Convict built, the Servants’ Quarters were probably constructed when the site was a convict-run vegetable garden. Bluestone walls and pit-sawn floor boards evoke the charm of yesteryear. A short walk downhill to the CBD, waterfront, Salamanca and Battery Point.

The Gardener’s Cottage

The Gardener’s Cottage was built in 1998 using materials salvaged from an early settler’s cottage built circa 1840 at South Arm. Heavy oak beams, pit-sawn timbers and richly coloured fabrics, together with quirky antique furnishings, create a cosy and intimate atmosphere. A spa bath is carefully concealed by heavy cedar doors.