Mulla Villa GuesthouseMulla Villa Guesthouse
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.
Mulla Villa offers B&B style accommodation boasting 4 separate rooms decked out in period furnishings to bring you the old world charm and ambience of yesteryear.
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.
- Includes 4 rooms with ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning.
- The Eliza Room includes a gorgeous 4 poster King size bed along with an ensuite spa room and sleeps 2 guests.
- The David Room includes a Queen size bed along with an ensuite spa room and sleeps 2 guests.
- The Georgina Room, named after David and Eliza Dunlop’s first born child, includes a Queen size bed, has a private bathroom and sleeps 2 guests.
- The Heritage Room, includes a Queen size bed and a Single bed along with an ensuite bathroom and sleeps 3 guests.