Carinya Homestead is nestled on a magnificent 100 acre working olive grove "River Flats Estate" . Carinya offers the perfect blend of modern accommodation with the charm of a country retreat .
Carynia Homestead sleeps up to 8 people with its 3 queens size bedrooms and a double bunk bed room.
Minimum stay 2 nights minimum number 6
Packages Available (mix and match packages to suit your interests): Horse riding, trail ride lunches, wine tours, wine appreciation events, wine appreciation dinners, special dinners, pick up and return taxi service to restaurants or events, hot rock therapy and facial massage and reflexology by qualified staff from Yellow Rock Therapies, bush walking.
We have another property on the estate which is a five minute stroll through the olive grove called Tara Cottage which also sleeps 6 (8 with use of sofa bed). So if you have a large party of up to 16 people we have the perfect solution for you.
Both Cottages are situated on a working olive grove with over 3500 olive trees. If you take both cottages then we have a large undercover central area on the property with Open Fire, BBQ and tables and chairs so all your family and friends can sit under the stars and enjoy a touch of Tuscany in the Hunter Valley.
With a slow combustion fire, R/C air-conditioning, BBQ area and large open and enclosed deck areas and a modern and fully equipped kitchen, Pool/Billard table and pay tv every detail has been taken care of so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your stay. Given some notice we can arrange catering or gourment platters for groups of over 6 people.
The rates include exclusive use of Carynia Homestead and facilities as well as bed linen, towels, crockery and utensils. We also provide everything for a hearty country breakfast including bacon, fresh farm eggs, bread, orange juice, tea and coffee are also provided along with all condiments.
We also throw in a wonderful bottle of our own River Flats Olive Oil with our comlpliments
530 Wollombi Rd
Broke NSW 2330
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