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Rockdell Cottage, Lyndhurst

Experience a taste of our rural heritage in a fully renovated, self contained cottage on a 1,000 acre working cattle property, first settled in 1860.

Walk in the tranquil beauty of rolling hills with abundant wildlife and 5km Limestone Creek frontage. Tour the historic nearby towns of Carcoar and Millthorpe and the cities of Orange and Bathurst.

Visit Cowra‘s Japanese Garden and hostoric P.O.W. Camp. Taste cool climate wines at over thirty vineyards all within a one hour drive. Enjoy our local fruit and herbs in season and see the breeding herds of Australia’s own Murray Grey cattle.

Enjoy afternoon tea in the historic main homestead on arrival and evening meals by arrangement.

The property features two bedrooms, bathroom with full bath and shower, fully equipped electric kitchen, TV and CD player, verandah with expansive views, undercover parking, all linen and continental breakfast basket.

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