Hunter Moon Country House
Located in beautiful Broke Fordwich in the Hunter Valley, this spectacular peaceful 25 acre property offers an eight bedroom and six bathroom luxurious Country House with a magnificent backdrop of the Brokenback Mountain range and vineyards. Hunter Moon is minutes from the village of Broke and a 5 minute drive to some of the eleven of the best cellar doors in the Hunter Valley and 3 fabulous restaurants including the award winning Margan cellar door and restaurant and a short 15 minute drive to the Hunter Valley Gardens.
As you enter the circular driveway, you are greeted by this stunning Country House with beautiful gardens fabulous rotunda and views to mountains and paddocks. Hunter Moon looks over a tranquil dam full of water lilies and wildlife and the sensory garden includes many plants that you can touch, smell, feel and eat. The heavenly smell of roses, lavender, gardenias, oranges, mandarins, cumquats and rosemary immediately relaxes you as you enter this special space.
Hunter Moon has been created with larger groups in mind and nothing has been left to chance. The quality finishes and high ceilings give the house a feeling of great space. The house has been stylishly furnished with many original and unique pieces from around the world.
Hunter Moon boasts a modern fully equipped kitchen and multiple internal and external dining options, a large fireplace, ducted air-conditioning, free WIFI, Foxtel and Xbox. The icing on the cake is a huge 10 person spa that can be set to hot or cold and a spacious deck with a large lawn area for games, yoga or cricket. In addition a table tennis and badmington bush court.
Hunter Moon will accommodate up to 23 guests across 8 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, one of which has a fully disabled bathroom. The media room can be converted to a ninth bedroom if required.
The property backs onto the Wollembi Creek where you can cast a line or paddle around. There is a large dam where we have a couple of kayaks which can keep the kids amused. We often have horses, kangaroos and wombats on the property.
There is a media room provides Foxtel/Netflix, Xbox, Books, DVD’s and a wonderful fireplace. It also has a stereo and blue tooth sound system to complete your entertainment needs. We have another smart TV in the main dining room suitable for presentations of that special birthday celebration, or company conference.
Come join us at Hunter Moon for a stay you will never forget.
The indoor dining area can be set up to accommodate 20 at the table and 23 on the deck. There is a large BBQ area and the kitchen has a stand alone 90cm cooktop and oven, 2 Fridge/freezers, one with filtered water and ice, large crock pot, microwave, Juicer, Nutri Bullet, Blender, Sandwich Press Machine, 2 Coffee Pod machines, kettle, large toaster, rice cooker plus complete utensils, servers, bowls and everything you would need to cook up a storm for a large crowd.
Accommodation 16 to 23 guests
There are 3 bathrooms (including one ensuite) in the main house and 3 ensuites in the new extension
Frida Kahlo Room - King Bed that can be converted to two king singles. An additional 2 single beds available upon request. (4) has an ensuite
Moon Room - King Bed that can be converted to two king singles (2)
Azure Room - King Bed that can be converted to two king singles (2)
Raj room - King Bed that can be converted to two king singles (2)
Mandarin Room- King Bed that can be converted to two king singles plus a single bed (3)
NEW EXTENSION WING -THIS IS SEPARATE AREA AND EACH ROOM IS SEPARATE WITH A BATHROOM
Colonial Room - King Bed that can be converted to two king an additional single bed (3) plus disabled bathroom ensuite
Cockatoo Room - King Bed that can be converted to two king an additional single bed (3), plus an ensuite
Gumnut Room King Bed that can be converted to two king an additional single bed (3) plus an ensuite
What we provide:
We provide a selection of Nespresso Pods ,teas, coffee, sugar, salt and pepper. We also provide cling wrap, foil and baking paper, paper towels, dishwashing tabs, washing up liquid, spray and wipe, laundry detergent, scrubs, tea towels, medical kit. We provide toilet paper, artisan shampoo, conditioner and body wash in each bathroom plus a hair
We provide complimentary wine, olive oil and artisan soaps from the area.
All beds are made to hotel standards and includes linen and one towel per person.
Around a two hour journey from Sydney and 90 minutes from Newcastle the Broke Fordwich area is in the southwest corner of the mid Hunter Valley. Sitting between Pokolbin and Wollombi, Broke played a critical role in the development and history of NSW.
Next door to boutique vineyards and near the olive farms of Broke , 15-20 minutes to the heart or Pokolbin for the best wine tasting and restaurants in NSW and for the golf enthusiasts, two of the best and most challenging golf courses in Australia (the Vintage and Cypress Lakes). Near great Wedding Venues.
Broke Village stands at the base of the Brokenback and Hunter Ranges on the Wollombi Brook. The massive Yellow Rock escarpment stands guard above. The Ranges shelter Broke Fordwich from much of the rainfall that surrounding districts receive. The area has a sandy loam with river flat alluvial soil, volcanic soil and pockets of red basalt giving wine producers a variety of soil types known as terra rossa.
Today Broke Fordwich is still making history. In 1994 it was the first area formally recognised as a separate viticulture. Whilst historically, it is one of the oldest wine growing areas in Australia, it is only in the last 30 years that Broke Fordwich has started to become an important player in the Australian industry.
Today, more than a quarter of the Hunters wine grape production now comes from the area and Broke Fordwich wines are winning more than their fair share of national and international awards.
Importantly, Broke Fordwich retains its integrity as a rural community remaining free of large scale development yet offering first class B&B and self catering accommodation, restaurants and activities. Visitors to the area are surprised by the amount of wildlife they see