In the mid 1800s this was the family bedroom for Samuel, his wife and four children. They may have had two beds, one for Samuel and Sarah, one for the children but it is possible they shared the same bed.
Today you can enjoy a superbly comfortable queen size bed draped in crisp white pre-loved heritage linen with a doona, electric blanket and wool or cotton blankets stored in the antique wardrobe. The walls of this room have been painted with a traditionally made non allergenic milk distemper. Timber floors are finished with black japan, french-polish and wax. Joinery colours are those used in the house around the 1880s.
A large traditional bathroom, with shower over the tub, and a separate toilet are shared with one other room. Complimentary toiletries are included. Our solar hot water uses renewable energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 40%.
Our Sarah Toogood room has two single beds.