Make yourself at home in Mullumbimby. This bedroom has a very comfortable double bed, air conditioning, an ensuite bathroom, private entry and a view that will make you want to stay in bed all day!
This comfortable and airy space provides views of Mount Chincogan out one window, and Mount Warning the other. The bedroom is at one end of the house while we are at the other end. Breakfast will be provided, the eggs courtesy of our three chooks down the back of the house. Having your own entrance and ensuite bathroom will give you as much privacy as you desire.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests are welcome to all parts of the house and garden except for the bedrooms that my daughter and I stay in at the east end of the house. Feel free to watch TV, lounge around using the wifi, kitchen and outdoor dining area that looks over Mount Chincogan.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Guests should feel welcome to interact as little or as much as they would like. We have great general knowledge of the area and can suggest some fun things to do and great places to eat. My daughter is seven and loves a chat, but is very respectful of guests privacy and need to sleep in!
We have a dog named Louie who is a lovely gentle boy who loves pats and hanging out in the sun with people. Louie is an outside dog at night but is free to wander through the house during waking hours. He only sleeps on his mat and never is allowed on lounges or beds! The chickens are contained in a coup in the back garden, but you are free to visit them and give them treats if you wish - they are very friendly. We also have a great coffee machine that makes a really decent cup. Feel free to drink mine or bring your own grind for a Breville machine.
As you would in your own house, just please no noise after 10pm. You are welcome to smoke outside and you are also welcome to bring one dog along. The back yard is very secure, however the pooch must be friendly and not terrorise the chickens.
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My daughter and I moved up to the Northern Rivers this year in January, and before that we lived in the inner- west of Sydney. We love the food, culture and vibrancy that this part of the world has to offer, and we really feel like we have come home! I am a singing teacher and performer, and love travel, which is good because I have to do it a lot for my work. We have a dog called Louie who is our dear friend, and we have added three Ostralorp chickens to our family. We love the quiet of our house at night and the bustling Fridays at the Mullumbimby markets. Saturdays and Sundays always offer something interesting to do and see with variety and colour ever present around these parts. Every day is an adventure!