The SpaceJust a 20 minute drive from Canberra city, "Riverview Homestead" is nestled in a quiet protected valley overlooking the Murrumbidgee River.
Your hosts, Les & Robyn, invite you to relax in their beautifully appointed quality B and B accommodation whilst taking in the magnificent views of the river as it winds its way through this pastoral valley.
Whether you are looking for a romantic break or planning a business trip to Canberra, from a 3day break to a full week or more, you will be refreshed and invigorated whilst you relax and recharge.
"Riverview Homestead" is the perfect place to wind down and reconnect with the land and nature.
You can stroll through our established hazelnut orchard or take a walk along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River.
Our homestead is situated high over the river valley with breathtaking views and a variety of walks.
Enjoy the friendly hospitality offered by Les and Robyn as you discover the Canberra area. This modern purpose-built apartment style accommodation overlooks the Murrumbidgee River just 20 minutes from Canberra in the beautiful Hall area.
The climate here is ideal for hazelnut production as it has a cool winter with frosts, and an annual rainfall of around 700 mm. Guest AccessYou will have exclusive and private access to up to 3 rooms, i.e. Master bedroom with ensuite and QS bed, lounge/kitchenette area equipped with table, chairs, fridge, dishwasher, sink, hot plates, TV, lounge, plus (should you need it) a second adjoining room with twin beds and own ensuite is also available for additional charge.
We are pet and family friendly, please ask for our pet policy.
Our sheep, cows, horses, cats and chooks are always happy to see you too, especially when you hand feed the sheep/cows or lambs/calves. Interaction with GuestsLes and Robyn will respect your privacy whilst you relax at "Riverview" and you will have exclusive and private use of the facilities in your apartment.
However, should you wish to chat or ask questions your hosts, Les and Robyn live on the farm too and are always happy to listen and discuss the local attractions and facilities.
"Riverview" is a 40acre working farm and hazelnut orchard fronting on to the Murrumbidgee River, so there is plenty of room to enjoy walks (or jogs for the energetic). The NeighborhoodOur motto is "Relax with nature in country comfort" and that is exactly what we love about "Riverview Homestead".
Walks down to the river, through the hazelnut orchard or up to the even more magnificent views up the back of the farm are all highlights of our "Riverview Homestead" hospitality. Getting AroundA car is essential for your stay at "Riverview Homestead" Other Things to NoteHall is a located in the north west area of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Australia.
The town is named after the first landholder in the area, Henry Hall and founded in 1882. In 1911 Hall was included within the boundary of the land allocated for the Australian Capital Territory, close to the north western corner, near the New South Wales border.
Although considered a village, similar to Tharwa, in practical terms Hall might now be considered an outer suburb of Australia’s capital City Canberra.
In 1954 the main street of Hall (which had been part of the state highway system since 1935) was named the Barton Highway.
In 1980 the alignment of the highway was shifted to the south as part of a dual carriage upgrade, bypassing Hall completely.
Some features of note within Hall village are the equestrian park, playing fields, showground, and former Hall Primary School, along with a small shopping centre and three historic churches.
The showground area plays host to the Hall Markets held on the first Sunday of every month. This an award winning and very popular charity market showcasing local farm produce and hand crafted goods. This a cottage industry lover's dream.
"Riverview Homestead" is located in the Hall area on the NSW side of the border 11.73 kms down Wallaroo Road from the Barton Highway.