Stone Keeper’s Run
An historical pastoral homestead, established in 1850’s, set right on the banks of the Hopkins River.
A secluded riverside homestead, that harks back to yesteryear, with timeless and quirky interiors. Each room having lots of stories to tell through their curios and vintage finds. Attention to detail is obvious throughout the house with everything you need at your fingertips.
Seven bedrooms boast, quality flax linen & woollen quilts. Three bedrooms in the homestead and four in the original bluestone dairy, each has unique character and charm in abundance, and one caters for the littlest members of the family. The home also has seven ensuites/bathrooms.
The country kitchen, has a large gas and electric range, vintage crockery, cutlery, glassware, and coffee pod machine. Twin family sized refrigerators/freezers, microwave and all the cookware & serving ware you need to cook up a feast.
A dining room with views to the Hopkins river and and access to the river deck which overlooks the Tooram Stones. An east facing breakfast room soaks up the morning light.
The Snug, Good Lounge and Library are spaces to gather or find some peace and quiet .
The South Lawn incorporates the Summer House and BBQ area. A perfect spot for the morning coffee or the late afternoon G&T.
Stone Keeper’s Run is close to Warrnambool at the end of the Great Ocean Road.
Hosted by Vicki
Joined on 2022-Aug-26 12:51:29