Elizabeth’s Manor is a new concept in luxury accommodation in Australia. This beautiful house was designed by Betty and Larry Kendall in fifteenth century Tudor / Elizabethan fashion, where the weary traveller, corporate personnel, honeymoon couples or people that just need to get away for a well earned break can relax and unwind. This exclusive manor house is dedicated to a maximum of eight guests only and can be assured personal service. On arrival guests receive a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine and a box of chocolates, just to say thankyou for staying with us. Elizabeth’s Manor is ideally suited for the person / s who would like to indulge in 5 star luxury accommodation (rated by AAA Tourism), now upgraded to 5 crowns at a 4 star price. Breakfast is a true English gourmet delight and can be served from seven am through to ten am in your suite or the Gallery. Although we have a “No Smoking” policy in the house, smoking is permitted anywhere outside. We also have a late check-out, twelve pm. A two course dinner which includes complimentary red or white wine can be arranged during booking the accommodation.
Each beautifully appointed room has an area of approximately forty two square metres, four poster bed, period furniture, TV, fridge, tea and coffee facilities, electric blankets, clock-radio, light dimmers (for those romantic evenings), reverse cycle whisper quite split system air conditioners, and of-course, there is the beautiful crystal decanter with matching wine glasses filled with complimentary Port for your enjoyment.
BATHROOM / WARDROBE
Each room has it’s own on suite / bathroom which accommodates a 5’ 6’’ (166 centimetre) deep bath with his and hers soap holders, a place where you can put that bottle of wine, shower, vanity unit, toilet, hairdryer, and even those little things you could have forgotten, i.e. , for the lady, make up pads, and for the gent, a razor. We really have thought of everything to make your stay a happy and memorable experience. There is plenty of room in the walk-in wardrobe to hang your cloths, where you will also find an iron and ironing board .
The Gallery is a magnificent room, where one cannot help but notice the massive red gum dining table and chairs, superbly hand crafted by French’s Timber Furniture from Culcairn, Australia. At one end of the Gallery we have the lounge where on a cold night you might like to sit and play Scrabble in front of the gas log fire sipping hot chocolate.
While staying at Elizabeth’s Manor why not take a walk around our garden , you will find it very inviting, interesting, and tranquil especially up in the round garden where one is surrounded by a verity of conifers, just the place to sit with an ice cold drink on a hot summer’s day. Fancy a barbecue ? It’s there for you to use, right in front of a beautiful fish pond and waterfall. There is also a Therapeutic Heated Spa, for your enjoyment.
If all this sounds too good to be true, why not give Elizabeth’s Manor a call and let Betty and Larry prove to you that Elizabeth’s Manor bed and breakfast is the only place you will ever want to stay whilst visiting Albury. As well as cash, we will except Bankcard, MasterCard, and Visa.
Elizabeth’s Manor provides personalised service in a friendly smoke-fee atmosphere.
When approaching Lavington from a northerly direction i.e.; Sydney, on the Hume highway, you will pass the famous Ettamogah Pub on your left and then the paper mill on your right. Continue on to the new freeway --- You will them come to a sign pointing to “THURGOONA / LAVINGTON”. Take the off ramp off the freeway and turn right into Thurgoona drive. Continue on past the BP Service station on your right. When you get to the traffic lights, drive straight through, across the Hume highway into Kaitlers Road. Drive right to the end of Kaitlers road and then in to Wealands Street and Osbourne Street. Follow the road until you come to Lyne Street, turn left into Lyne Street and continue on until you come to Elizabeth’s Manor at 531 Lyne Street.
FROM MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
As you approach Albury Wodonga on the Hume highway DO NOT TURN OFF TO ALBURY OR WODONGA KEEP ON THE NEW FREEWAY (Albury Wodonga bypass) until you come to the sign Jindera Thurgoona on your left (This takes aprox 7 to 8 min from the start of the new freeway ) At this sign take the off ramp and turn left to Jindera. You should now be on Thurgoona Drive. Keep driving until you come to the traffic lights at the old Hume highway, cross over the highway and drive to the end of Kaitlers rd, turn right and then left into Wealands rd. Follow this rd until you come to Lyne St. Turn left, Elizabeth’s Manor is just down the road on the right (531).