- Bed and Breakfast
- From $220
Churches of Yarck offers bed and breakfast accommodation.
Step inside either of these freestanding converted open plan church buildings and you enter a comfortable haven, stylishly decorated and ideally located in the charming little town of Yarck in North Eastern Victoria in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range.
The versatile layout means that each studio is equally suited to a romantic couples’ retreat or to accommodate families or groups – the rail trail runs across the back of the property and there’s plenty of room to store your bikes.
Yarck boasts several great places to eat and is in the heart of everything this part of Victoria has to offer.
Churches of Yarck is pet friendly.
Located adjacent to the Great Victorian Rail trail, and with easy access to Alexandra, Yea, Bonnie Doon and Mansfield. Close to Lake Eildon
- Not Available
- Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)
The Chapel is ideally suited to a couple for a romantic evening, relaxing rail trail stop over or just a great place to chill out for a couple of days.
With king size bed, free standing claw foot bath, separate en suite, kitchenette with microwave, toaster coffee & tea making facilities and a small fridge. One or two small children can also be accommodated on a large futon window bed
The Chapel has lounge area with digital television and DVD player, selection of DVDs, CD player, selection of CD’s.
A gas fired twin sided log stove provides comfy warm with the added glow of a real flame. A reverse cycle air conditioning unit provides cooling summer and quick warmth in winter.
The Rectory is ideally suited to a family and or two or three couples for a relaxing rail trail stop over, base for touring the local area or just a great place to chill out.
With queen size bed, two fold down double divans, free standing claw foot bath, separate en suite, kitchenette with microwave, toaster, coffee and tea making facilities and a small fridge. A set of bi-fold doors allows The Rectory to be separated into two sleeping areas.
A large dining area with digital television, DVD and CD players.
A gas fired twin sided log stove provides comfy warm with the added glow of a real flame. A reverse cycle air conditioning unit provides cooling in summer and quick warmth in winter.