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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 24 September 2016 via mobile

We spent last weekend in Mitchell cottage at Belltrees, 2 couples and three children. It was gorgeous! So much history in this farm which has been in the family for many generations, it's around 30,000 acres of lush land, and our little cottage was set right by the river, close enough to hear the current rushing down past us. We...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 6 September 2016

I spent 3 nights in the White(Sempil) Cottage on the Belltrees property with my 2 cousins last week. We three middle aged ladies had the most tranquil peaceful time, (who needs TV, phone reception or internet) when you can hear the music of birds, watch the sun set and rise not to mention the wonderful wood fire expertly set and...

1Thank Betty K
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 September 2015

We stayed in Mitchell Cottage with another couple for only one night and we wished we had stayed longer. It was such a beautiful and peaceful place to stay, and the cottage is comfortably, sensitively and tastefully renovated. I knew of the property from having worked in the area in the 1980s so it had a certain poignancy for me,...

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Jalon, Spain
Reviewed 9 March 2014

we stayed in the white cottage, looks cute and tiny but inside are three proper double rooms and space for a few extras, we were 8 adults and we had generous cooking and relaxing space, two fridges (fantastic, wouldnt want the wine leaving no room for the groceries) and stacks of glass and cutlery etc (makes a big difference when...

1Thank Sarah R
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 26 November 2013

It was possibly the worst weekend to choose a weekend at Belltrees near Scone because of the incredible storms and flash floods. Despite the drought- breaking weather, we loved our weekend on this historic property. We stayed at White Cottage, which is the original building on the 9,000- ha station. It is set under the trees on the banks of...

Thank Maggie D
Brisbane, Qld
Reviewed 2 January 2013

We had a lovely stay in one of the cottages at Belltrees Station- Mitchell Cottage. It was comfortably and elegantly furnished, in an idyllic spot next to a river. Dinner was catered on our first night (at our request) - delicious roast beef and potato bake, with poached pears for dessert (we went to a nearby pub on the second...

3Thank CCAlderley
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 19 October 2011

We cannot really comment on the Cottages because we never got to see them... I booked a group of friends in the cottages here and made arrangements to arrive and pick up the keys etc. To cut a long story short, we arrived and there was no one to be found anywhere. No, notes, signs or anything to direct us...

10Thank Murray A
Conakry, Guinea
Reviewed 3 June 2010

What a great way to spend a interesting relaxing weekend. We stayed in a quaint cozy little cottage in idealic, peaceful surroundings. We arrived Friday evening to a delicious evening meal that we enjoyed in the comfortable and impressive dinning room in the Belltrees Guest House a bonus being we could take our own wine!!!!. Saturday we enjoyed a tour...

2Thank 1307boss

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Additional Information about Belltrees

Address: Gundy Road | Upper Hunter Valley, Scone, New South Wales 2337, Australia
Region: Australia > New South Wales > Scone
Price Range: ₹ 13,605 - ₹ 15,873 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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“Stay in one of the cottages rather than a room in the country house”
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