Gay Hall Farm Stay

A picturesque rustic stone homestead on 200 acres located on the Willochra Plains, a couple of kms from the historic town of Bruce. Approximately 35 minute drive from beautiful Melrose and Mount Remarkable, and a 20 minute drive to historic Quorn, home to the world famous Pichi Richi Railway. The homestead consists of 3 bedrooms inside the house and a sleep-out. There is a well equipped country style kitchen with AC and wood fire, bathroom with inside toilet, and lounge with reverse cycle AC.

'Gay Hall' homestead (circa 1920) was the original house on a 6000 acre wool growing property that stretched further to the North. The property now comprises of the 200 acre 'house paddock' and still has some of the original infrastructure such as the shearing shed, which you are free to have a look around. You are also free to explore the 200 acres that mainly stretches South and West from the house. With all its flatness and saltbush though, this exploring may not take too long but does give plenty of room for the kids to ride their bikes around.
The well equipped country style kitchen has been freshly painted and comprises of a new fridge and electric stove/oven, microwave, toaster, kettle and some basic condiments. There is also a wood fire combustion heater in the kitchen and some fire wood will be supplied.
The comfortable lounge has also been freshly painted and comprises of a reverse cycle air conditioner, digital TV, dvd player, games and an old piano (slightly out of tune!).
A washing machine is available but we ask that it gets used minimally to conserve rain water.
The three main bedrooms all have pressed tin ceilings, ceiling fans and polished Jarrah floor boards, and are equipped with extra heating and cooling appliances if required. The sleep-out is carpeted and is provided with a pedestal fan.
As the property is not short on space, there is plenty of room for parking up caravans and sleeping in a house for a change, an affordable option for those caravanning convoys.