Mulla Villa GuesthouseMulla Villa Guesthouse
Mulla Villa Guesthouse is part of Australia’s early colonial history with the residence being built in 1840.
There is lots to do at Mulla Villa whether you’re staying a few nights or just passing through. Things to do include bush walks, swimming in the in-ground pool, fishing, bird watching, sit and relax in front of log fires in winter, visit the old convict road, cells, convict well and convict built wooden bridge on the property to name just a few.
Accommodation packages available 7 days a week, all year round, set on 75 acres, enjoy the tranquillity of a country estate.
Guesthouse Accommodation – In the main historic house there are 4 rooms with ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning. There are two spa rooms each sleeping 2 guests, an ensuite room sleeping 3 guests, and a room with private bathroom sleeping 2 guests.
Self-Contained Cottage – With Two bedrooms: Bedroom One has a Queen size bed, Bedroom Two has two singles and there a sofa in the lounge room that contains a double bed – sleeps 6 guests. The cottage also has kitchen facilities, separate lounge room with wood fire heating.