This beautiful property is located above historic Mossvale Park, 15 minutes from Leongatha and 10 minutes for Mirboo North.
Three bedrooms accommodate up to 6 guests, with two of the guest rooms offering queen beds and the third bedroom is a delightful twin room. House guests at Knockwood Estate enjoy a beautifully appointed lounge and dining room in which to relax and utilise throughout their stay and in the cooler months, the open fireplace only adds warmth to the ambiance of country living. The peaceful and serene surrounds of this property are truly magnificent.
This a fantastic venue for locals who have guests requiring somewhere to stay while they visit family and friends. The guest wing has also accommodated many pre wedding parties in its day and now, offers the ideal romantic place to stay as the post wedding night sanctuary.
Julie and Jeremy have lived in the area for 40 years and have a passion for Gippsland and the environment. They have solar panels, grow many vegetables and herbs and have free range chickens producing organic eggs. Ziggy, the rescue racehorse and three miniature ponies also live on the property as well as a couple of adorable Labradors who are part of the Knockwood family.
The hosts are passionate about providing the very best of Gippsland's locations and would love to share this special place with you. Come and join them in this slice of heaven.
Included in your stay is a generous continental breakfast of freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade bread and preserves, stewed seasonal fruits from the garden, muslie & yogurt, and tea and coffee. An optional cooked breakfast may be requested at the time of booking. Julies preserves are also available to purchase to take home should your taste buds desire.
Off Street Parking
Fully cooked breakfast
Free to air TV
Bed linen & towels
Travel cot & change table
Open fire with screen
Originally the farm was a tree nursery owned by Francis Moss in 1880 who propagated European oaks and elms, many of which are still featured in the garden and in historic Mossvale Park.
A number of the trees are tagged as 'unique' to the area and are recognised as significant trees with in the Victorian heritage landscape including: Jersey Elms, 4 California Red Woods, a magnificent Atlantic Cedar, and a variety of oak trees and other mature European exotic trees including the Weeping Elms, a Morton Bay Fig, and, an unusual addition, the old warrior iron bark gum tree.
The park was donated to the local Gippsland council in 1943 and is now used for music concerts, picnics and family gatherings.