Stroll around the historical Rostrevor farm which was once one of the largest orchards in the southern hemisphere and is now a family run fine wool and hereford cattle farm with many original buildings on site.
This lovingly restored farm shed turned contemporary cottage is nestled in the shade of a centuries old oak tree, perfect for taking in the country quiet.
Refurbished in 2020 this cottage boasts a brand new bathroom, kitchenette, queen size bed, large glass doors which leads out to a large deck and BBQ area
Feel free to have a look around the farm, we only ask as it is a working farm if you can leave the farm gates as you find them, if it's open leave it open, if it's closed please close it behind you. There is a large vegetable patch on the farm, if you would like some fresh veggies for your lunch or dinner please help yourself.
I live on the farm if you need me otherwise I will leave you to enjoy your stay.
As you turn off the Tasman Highway onto Freestone Point Road, approximately 150mtrs up Freestone Point Road on the left is a large Rostrevor sign and a old plough sitting on a sandstone block, this is the entrance. Once you are in the gate go straight ahead, head left when the road splits and keep going left, you can see the cottage as you are driving.