If you’re planning a trip to Rutherglen soon, here are some boutique accommodation spots we love.
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Basq Stays is a premium accommodation offering in the heart of Rutherglen. Stylishly appointed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom self-contained villas have been designed for sharing good times with family and friends. Contemporary and luxurious, each spacious villa features an open-plan, light-filled living/dining area, king-sized beds with private ensuites and a fully equipped modern kitchen.
The Rutherglen Convent offers unique group accommodation in a thoughtfully-restored building that was once a boarding house, school and convent. Gracious, steeped in history and built circa 1927, the property is located in the heart of Rutherglen and can accommodate up to 20 guests.
LA MAISON ST ARNAUD
A boutique, traditional B&B in the Rutherglen township with two beautiful suites to choose from. Warm and welcoming host Kellie-Anne cooks a delicious gourmet breakfast for guests. With lovely views out to the ranges from the rear of the property, the house is not far from Main Street amenities. As a bonus, this B&B is pet friendly!
If bed and breakfast accommodation is more your style, then check out Amberesque B&B, hosted by a fun and energetic couple Amber and Shannon! They’ve put their own touches on the historic property and Amber has a passion for cooking, with a repertoire that extends from French to Spanish to Melanesian! Prime location next door to our favourite wine bar, Thousand Pound, too!
Find out more about Amberesque B&B.
MOUNT OPHIR ESTATE
A short drive out of town, Mount Ophir Estate was established in 1891 as a winery and farm. Its iconic buildings are being lovingly restored into accommodation and private event spaces by the Brown siblings (All Saints Estate & St Leonards Vineyard).
There are six accommodation options on the estate.
Fancy staying in a luxury French provincial tower and immersing yourself in a unique architectural landmark in Australian winemaking history? Originally built in 1903, the renovated Tower has a stunning spiral staircase that leads to the private sitting room on the second floor and a luxurious bedroom suite and marble bathroom on the third and top floor. The perfect indulgence for agile couples!
The original estate homestead enjoys views across the stunning Rutherglen plains and features a fully equipped country 'entertainers' kitchen, large lounge and dining room. The house accommodates up to ten people in five bedrooms.
The Pickers Cottage
Built for the original workers on the estate, this large cottage can sleep twenty people comfortably. The house has six bedrooms and six ensuites, as well as a large living area and new kitchen.
A four-bedroom townhouse with stylish interiors situated on a secluded country lane on the southern side of the estate.
The Winemakers Cottage
An intimate and cosy cottage with a loft bedroom and views looking out onto the orchard.
A provincial two-bedroom cottage nestled at the entry of the estate, perfect for two couples or a family of four.
MOODEMERE LAKE HOUSE
Situated on Lake Moodemere Estate, a working vineyard and farm, this self-contained guest house has uninterrupted, private views of Lake Moodemere. Abundant bird species and native wildlife are regular visitors to the property, and the sunsets are incredible! Provisions for a cooked and continental breakfast with estate-grown and made preserves are included. Super lovely owners Belinda & Michael Chambers also rear their own lambs, so make sure to leave space to enjoy the lamb lunch special at their lakeside restaurant!
JONES TINY HOUSE
This is a fully sustainable Tiny House right on the edge of Jones Winery's vineyard and overlooking surrounding farmland. Powered by the sun, the house is small but surprisingly spacious with a loft bedroom accessed by stairs.
Have you checked out Rutherglen properties on AirBnB lately? There are some fantastic self-contained houses right in the heart of Rutherglen.
Here are just a few:
Rose Cottage (pictured above)
You can browse more Rutherglen accommodation on region's destination website: www.explorerutherglen.com