This property is a heritage listed, traditional bed and breakfast (not self-contained) with4 bedrooms, sleeping 2 persons each. Not suitable for small children. Built with local sandstone The B&B features one King bed room with separate bathroom,two queen en suite rooms and one twin (2 single beds) with en suite.
Sanda House is the oldest house in Orford and is heritage listed. The original kitchen was built in 1838 (now the Rose room) and the main house in 1840. Known locally as the old Post Office (1876-1940) it is nestled in an acre of cottage garden, chooks, orchard and veggie patch. The house is built from local field stones and sandstone - romantic and private, esp the Rose room. Four bedrooms (Rose, Jasmine, Mulberry and Wisteria) have been set aside for guests, each furnished with our collection of antiques, with all the comforts, retaining the original colonial look and feel. The Rose room (double + single) has a wood-fired heater and was originally the kitchen. The large old fireplace and bread oven are still there. View over front garden.