The Bimbadgen Homestead is located within the winery grounds and boasts panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards.
The Homestead is a country-styled accommodation, featuring a spacious master bedroom upstairs which has a spa, shower, lounge and TV/CD/DVD entertainment unit. There are also three double bedrooms (two of which feature king-sized beds which can be split into two singles on request) and a bathroom downstairs, featuring bath and shower facilities.
The Homestead sleeps up to 8 people.
Our cottage also sits adjacent and sleeps a further 4 guests, so booking out both is a great excuse to holiday with the entire family! Please submit an enquiry to check availability and the rate for both properties.
The kitchen is fully equipped with kitchen utensils, microwave, oven, dishwasher and formal and casual dining and living areas. Tea/coffee making facilities and light breakfast items are available for guests.
In the large open-plan living area, we have a dart board and billiard table with a double faced fireplace that is perfect for a relaxing evening.
The spacious family room also contains a stereo and TV/CD/DVD including Foxtel. Large windows allow for guests to take in the panoramic views over the vineyard and to experience the peace and tranquillity of the surrounding area.
All linen and towels are supplied. There is an in-ground swimming pool, available with spa at one end for those hot summer days and a BBQ and outdoor setting for alfresco dining.
When staying at the Bimbadgen Homestead, you have access to the large spacious backyard surrounded by vineyards and the odd kangaroo!
With only a short 5 minute walk to Bimbadgen Winery you can dine at our contemporary Esca restaurant . Esca’s modern Australian cuisine, fresh local and home grown produce and spectacular views make for a truly memorable dining experience.
A visit to Bimbadgen Cellar Door will introduce you to many selections of Bimbadgen wine. The Bimbadgen Cellar Door allows visitors to overlook the vines that produces the wine at your table, and visibly see the production tanks and crushing pits upon entry.