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*6 elegant upstairs bedrooms (5 queen & 1 with two singles) each with an ensuite (1 x 2 person spa)
*Large light filled breakfast room with garden views
*Formal sitting and dining rooms
* 2 formal dining tabels seating 10 and 12 respectively - perfect for a catered dinner party
*Library with pool table, full chess set and games. Even a fully operational grammaphone.
*TV room with large flat screen TV, Austar and surround sound
*Paved terrace with built in gas BBQ for alfresco dining.
*Fully equipped kitchen and laundry. (Catering can be arranged)
* 2 x 4 cup coffee plungers
*Quality antique and period furnishings, chandeliers, original artworks
*Breakfast hamper full of local goodies available (additional charge on application)
*Extensive private gardens (available for wedding ceremonies and photo shoots).
*Pitch 'n' put green, 1/2 size AstroTurf Tennis court
90 minutes from Melbourne. 30 min from both Ballarat and Daylesford.
Perfect for couples, friends, families, girls weekends, corpoarte getaway and groups. Caters easily for up to 10 guests.
Private Dining Packages
Imagine your own fully catered for Private Dining experience.
These packages have been developed for the Culinary minded who savour the quality produce Victoria has to offer.
Seated at our 12 seater dining table we can cater for 2-12 guests creating a restaurant experience at Keebles Guest House. Quality table settings, linen and glassware. Surrounded by original artworks, and old world charm overlooking the stunning estate gardens.
The only reason to rise from you dining chair is to retire to the reading room, pop on one of the 2 gramophones transporting you back to its historic past, or the games room for a game of chess or pool before retiring to one of our individually designed and luxuriously appointed bedrooms.
Most style and budgeting options can be offered to suit your desires. We can design a customised menu including dietary requirements such as gluten free, fructose and vegetarian.
Please note: All indoor areas are 'smoke free'. No pets thank you.
For a truly unique country experience.......Keebles Country House.... you'll want to stay forever.
1 of 16 International Booktowns
An annual Booktown Festival is held in May amid the historic streetscape of Clunes. Enjoy hearing readings and attending workshops in and around the towns heritage building by world renowned authors. The workshops will help you start your collection and the art of reviewing. Over 60 booksellers will attend with the largest gathering of collectible, second-hand, and rare books in the one place in Victoria.
Wesley College campus (Wesley@Clunes)
In recent years Clunes has undergone a noticeable transformation and rejuvenation following the decision by Wesley College, Australia's largest co-educational private school, to establish a campus for Year 9 students in the town. Opened in 2000, about 80 students take up residency in the Wesley Clunes Residential Learning Village in the centre of town and become part of the local community for an eight-week period each term.
Many of the external scenes and some internal scenes in the 2003 film Ned Kelly, starring Heath Ledger, were shot in Clunes. The Old State Bank in Fraser Street was used for the internal scenes featuring the 'Euroa' bank robbery.
Clunes also appears in the films Mad Max starring Mel Gibson and the remake of the 1950s classic On the Beach. It also appears in the ABC television series' Queen Kat, Carmel & St Jude, Something in the Air and Halifax f.p..
Clunes was once closed off to the public for the TV show The Mole in 2001. The mission in that episode was to direct one of the contestants to pick up another contestant in a blacked-out car.
The most recent film shot in Clunes is Julius Avery's 13-minute movie Jerrycan. Jerrycan won the 2008 Jury Prize at the 61st Cannes Film Festival in France for short films, with its portrayal of restless teenagers in rural Victoria
Clunes railway station is located on the Maryborough railway line, Victoria. Services operate daily with one train in each direction.
When the State Government announced the Victorian Transport Plan, along with V/Line services being extended to Maryborough, Clunes was not part of the plan (with the only stations being Creswick and Maryborough). However as a result of protest by the town, the Government announced on 17 June 2010 that Clunes would be reopened and included on the line.