Come and relax at Glenburn House
Come and relax at Glenburn House, an idyllic escape.
Located at Wisemans Creek only two and half hours from Sydney and twenty minutes from Bathurst.
Accommodation consists of two guest rooms, each with en-suite bathroom, housed in a separate new pavilion plus the old school room which is now a welcoming sitting and dining room for guests. Verandahs, terraces and a spacious garden provide many other delightful spots to sit and relax.
If you want to get out and about, the district offers many attractions but if you want to simply sit and enjoy the peace of the country you can relax by the fire or find a chair in the garden. Once night has fallen, don’t forget to check out the starry sky.
Wisemans Creek was the scene of gold, silver and copper mining during the 1870s to early 1900s with a population of several hundred people. Today it offers a rural lifestyle to its less than a dozen permanent residents. The countryside is picturesque and hilly with a mixture of grassy paddocks and eucalypt-forested slopes.
Glenburn House started life in 1883 as a school in the village of Glenburn, known to the locals as Wisemans Creek. Jennifer and Malcolm fell in love with the old school and have since made sympathetic additions to convert it to a stylish and appealing residence enhanced by artistic furnishings and original paintings.