Whether you stay a weekend or a week with us, you’ll come away from Cross Park refreshed and rejuvenated. 

Five guest rooms are included within this beautifully and carefully restored 1830s sandstone homestead. On the lower level guests will find a self-contained kitchen, cosy lounge room with open fireplace leading to a verandah overlooking manicured lawns and Tuscan style gardens. The upper level contains further bedrooms and access to the sweeping balcony.

Beyond the villa’s interior spaces, guests can melt away the stress whilst floating in the sparkling 12-metre stone swimming pool or strolling through the sprawling 150-acre rural property. Cross Park is nestled in a bend of the Macdonald River with it's own private beach - perfect for picnicking and sun bathing. 

This idyllic spot provides a calming rural respite away from the hustle and bustle of today’s busy lifestyles. Cleaning fees and linens are included within the rates quoted. 

Homestead Details:

  • Sleeping up to 10 guests
  • 1 queen bed
  • 1 double bed
  • 6 single beds. Two twin bedded rooms can be configured as doubles (on request)
  • Two further pull-out trundle beds
  • 2 Modern bathrooms
  • Self-contained kitchen with all appliances
  • Indoor open fireplace
  • Outdoor fire pit
  • Outdoor entertainment area
  • BBQ
  • 12 metre swimming pool
  • Plenty of parking
  • Foxtel & Wifi
Pricing optionsWeekend Rate (cleaning fees included)Full Week Rate
$2,550$6,500
Pricing options
Weekend Rate (cleaning fees included)$2,550Full Week Rate$6,500

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