As others have so eloquently said, Janet and Steve have created a wonderful haven to restore and revive us weary souls. With the warmest welcome, in no time at all, we were settled on the balcony relaxing with nibblies, taking in the idyllic views. The suite is spacious and the divine bed allows you to curl up and overlook the valleys below out to the ocean, especially love the twinkling of the coastal lights as the full moon rises high overhead. The crisp evenings allowed us the joy of sipping our wine by the fire before strolling to the nearby Montville Pub. Settle down by the lush gardens and allow yourself the pleasure of savoring Janet's delicious, gourmet breakfast. Please do order the porridge, unlike any I've ever tasted, topped with glazed apple and maple syrup. Yum! Speaking of taste, the scrambled eggs from "the girls" is also a must along with the home made marmalade!!! Breakfast is a celebration of flavours and produce. Not to be rushed. Loved chatting with Janet and sharing holiday's.
Recommend a leisurely stroll around the garden to view the gorgeous blooms, especially the cascade of lilac wisteria.
There is a kitchenette with fridge and microwave to allow you to reheat if you choose to stay in. Thoughtfully set up.
From the finest teas and coffees to sip with the oh so scrumptious carrot cakes left invitingly for us, to the quality toiletries, beautiful linens and classic furnishings, Montville
Village B and B is pure luxury made especially memorable by the generous hospitality of Janet and Steve.
Don't hesitate, spoil yourself with loved one.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxurious Hamptons style house with wildly extravagant 180 degree views across valleys to the ocean. French doors lead from your room to a private balcony. Enjoy an individually prepared tummy tempting breakfast on the verandah each morning. Short walk to quaint village with cafes, restaurants and galleries. Surrounded by national parks and a short drive to local wineries and Lake Barroon. Thirty minute drive to the beach and to the late Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo. ... more less