Glenisla Homestead is one of Victorias original Bed & Breakfast properties and is situated in Victorias Western District adjacent to the Grampians National Park and the Black Range State Park. It is located in Western Victoria halfway between Horsham and Hamilton on the Henty Highway.
The Homestead, which is classified by the National Trust, was built in 1870 from colorful Grampians sandstone, is now restored to a charm of bygone era and offers luxurious colonial style accommodation. It is surrounded by a large English-style garden and guests are welcome to relax in the beautiful surroundings.
Guests are accommodated in three suites, each featuring a queen-size bed, private lounge area and a bathroom. The family suite has an additional bedroom and children are welcome. Glenisla Homestead stables provide gentle mounts for guests to ride on escorted tours through the adjoining Grampians National Park or on the property. Guests are welcome to join the mustering and droving of sheep and cattle and to join the family for other farm activities.
Glenislas close proximity to the Grampians National Park provides guests with easy access to Aboriginal art sites, and they can enjoy seeing waterfalls and wildflowers while bushwalking.
Private Bag 11
Via Cavendish 3314
Tel 61 03 53801532
Fax 61 03 53801566
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