Welcome to Heytesbury House B&B, your dream escape away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. You are invited you to relax, unwind and inhale the beauty of all that nature has to offer.
Heytesbury House is a traditional boutique bed and breakfast providing four guest suites all with private bathrooms. The historic century old period building, once the local hospital, has been since transformed to provide luxury accommodation. Cobden's location offers the opportunity to explore both the shipwreck coast and the lakes and craters regions.
Heytesbury House offers every guest access to the drawing room, complete with gas log fire, library, puzzles, games, television, DVD and CD player, tea and coffee making facilities and split heating and cooling.
Grand Central Accommodation B&B Cobden, has seven individually styled suites, each with private ensuite bathrooms. The Grand Central Hotel was an old pub and is a part of Cobden's history that has been carefully restored into a luxury bed and breakfast.
Grand Central Accommodation B&B Cobden has double and family suites, some with two person spa's, a dining/breakfast room catering for up to 16 people.
Entering through the reconstructed formal hallway, with its lead lighting and polished timber ceiling, the individually detailed rooms, offer a tranquil haven for weary travellers.
Located in the heart of Victoria's largest dairy area, only 35 minutes from the Great Ocean Road and 40 minutes from the 12 Apostles.
Enjoy a day of golf at the local Cobden Golf Club or check out The Cobden Miniature Railway and Mini Golf Park with the kids, you can also visit The Kanawinka Goepark area which is the third most significant geological area in the world and covers a vast area all the way to Mount Gambier and the Limestone Coast in South Australia.
The Kanawinka Geopark, named for Kanawinka, "Land of Tomorrow", is situated along a structurally controlling geological fault. It is home to Australia's most extensive volcanic province and extends from the Narracoorte Caves in South Australia into Western Victoria, before disappearing offshore at Portland. Kanawinka is a parish name in the County of Follett near Casterton and Coleraine.