Mulla Villa Country CottageMulla Villa Country Cottage
As an integral component of early Australian Colonial History, the Mulla Villa Homestead is a significant residence that was built by convicts under the guidance of Wollombi’s first magistrate David Dunlop in 1840.
Set on 75 acres, this sprawling country estate has many attractions, which include our Settlers Kitchen Café/Restaurant open 7 days for lunch in addition to Friday and Saturday evenings for dinner, bushwalking, log fire in the winter, cave exploring, convict cells, 4WD tracks, swimming pool, bird watching, fishing, historic wooden bridge, the original convict built Great North Road and a convict built well, and inclusive of many picturesque nooks for the budding photographer.
Mulla Villa accommodation packages are available seven days a week, all year round.
Mulla Villa’s Cottage is fully self-contained and can accommodate up to 6 people. It boasts two bedrooms, with a queen size bed in one room and two singles in the other. There is also a pull-out sofa bed that sleeps 2 people. The cottage kitchen is fully equipped, along with a separate lounge room with wood fire heating to keep you cosy in the winter.