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Annabelle’s Cottage, Auburn

Annabelle’s Cottage is located in Auburn – the gateway to the Clare Valley.

Annabelle’s comprises a romantic, secluded contemporary style 1860’s cosy cottage and garden. Enjoy the open log fire, heritage claw-foot bath, chocolates, wine and many special touches.

All linen is provided and full kitchen facilities include a microwave and teaplunger coffee provisions. Other features include a washing machine, DVD and television, CD stereo and reverse-cycle air conditioning.

Annabelle’s is walking distance to historical restaurants, the Rising Sun country pub and premium wineries are nearby. Includes a voucher for a 20 per cent discount at Pauletts Cellar Door.

Along with the homemade biscuits are all the provisions for a full country breakfast including cereals, toast, jams, local honey, milk, orange juice, bacon, eggs, tomatoes and mushrooms.

Visit Annabelle’s and experience the peace, privacy and style of your own exclusive cottage.

Accommodation Options


One queen bed and two single beds.


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