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Ballarat Cumberland Villa, Ballarat

Cumberland Villa is a fully restored 1890’s Victorian Villa located centrally in Lydiard Street Ballarat. Four bedrooms enable up to eight people to stay. The Villa is available for families, work related visits or one individual. All the following comforts awaits you at Cumberland Villa. * Four Bedrooms * Two bathrooms * Fully equipped kitchen * Well stocked fridge and farmhouse pantry * Laundry facilities * All linen * Central Gas Heating * Smoke free environment * Antique furnishings * Telephone * Television, video and CD player * Essential oils, handmade soaps * Books, magazines, games * Fresh flowers * Barbecue * Off street parking * 70 minutes from Melbourne * Close to Sovereign Hill, Ballarat Fine Art Gallary, Cinema, Antiques, * Restaurants and cafes, Her Majesty’s Theatre and Botanical Gardens

Accommodation Options

Four bedrooms

Queen size beds in two rooms and two sinle beds in the other two bedrooms. The Villa can sleep 8.

Two Bathrooms

Activites and Experiences at Ballarat Cumberland Villa

  • Direct
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Historic/Heritage
  • Indulgence/Luxury
  • Relaxation
  • Romance
  • Not Available

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