Burnbank Estate Retreat

Burnbank Estate Retreat, Berwick

Burnbank Estate is a heritage home which was built in 1854 and was the former residence of Australia's first gold medal Olympian Edwin Flack.

The home is situated on 2½ hectares of ambient gardens and offers boutique accommodation and/or wellbeing experiences for guests.

There are four spacious suites that have their own private ensuite (one with a two person spa bath), elegant armchairs, coffee table, mini bar, tea & coffee making facilities, television and DVD player.

The homestead has a spacious living area for relaxation, a drawing room, library, baby grand piano, formal Victorian dining room and several open fireplaces. A licensed bar and verandah overlooks the scenic gardens. Outside there is a swimming pool, heated gazebo covered spa and seating within the garden for your outdoor relaxation and comfort.

Massage, relaxation and spa therapies are available, including body wraps, water therapy, manicures and beauty treatments.

Dog information:

  • Dogs permitted on request

Property features:

  • Entire property sleeps 8 people
  • BBQ facilities
  • Disabled access
  • Laundry facilities
  • Pool
  • Spa pool
  • Wi-Fi internet

Nightly rates from:

$140 per night for two people with a continental breakfast. Hot breakfast is optional.

Burnbank Estate Retreat
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