This little mudbrick house is 'off the grid' located on a secluded bush block, 18 acres of natural wildlife and peace and quiet. Comfortably sleeps a couple, a home away from home.
Our rustic 1903 mud-brick studio is made from river sand and mud sourced from the local Great Western area. The studio was built as a fruit kitchen by the Patching family who owned and operated a number of orchards along Concongella Creek and Salt Creek. The fruit kitchen has been recently renovated into a 1-bed studio which offers history and modern comforts. The cottage is surround by farm land meaning there is an abundance of animals to watch and enjoy, including Kangaroos.
Lillicur Vineyard B&B is set on 20 acres, with four acres of vineyards. The studio apartment is separate to the main dwelling, with access via a rear driveway. We are a 10 minute drive to the historic mining town of Talbot and 20 minutes to Maryborough and Avoca.