The cottage is very pretty and beautifully located. We especially appreciated the fireplace on a rainy night. There are plenty of historical and natural attractions in the surrounding area. Would definitely recommend!
Perched on a cutting above the Walhalla Railway this small, quaint miner's cottage has all you need for a self-catering stay in Walhalla. The cottage is cosy, quiet, unique and historical.
If you truly want to feel at one with Walhalla, this is the Cottage to stay at. Awesome views, beautiful surrounds. Peace and quiet. Shelter from the elements. Cosy and warm. You'll want for nothing more.
Walhalla is a great place to get away from the rat race and the seclusion of Stringer's Cottage adds to this. As long as you can cope with no internet or TV and minimal mobile reception and power, you will love it.
When you drive into Walhalla, Stringer's looks very conspicuous & very gorgeous on a side of a hill. No matter where you look or turn in Walhalla it's a step back in time. We felt warm & safe inside this cute cottage. The only thing we couldn't work out was the noise from the fire fan.There's probably a knack to it but in the end we had to turn the fan off. The surroundings of the cottage & coach house are really beautiful. We stayed in the cottage but we could see inside the coach house windows because no one was staying there when we were. It looked amazing and is a lot larger if you want more space. You really must visit Walhalla and Stringer's Cottage & Coach House.
We had a great time staying for 2 nights and it was wonderful to have all the tech things not available
We loved Stringer's Cottage!
Wouldn't change anything except the bed. It's a little saggy in the middle.
It's a very special place and we can't wait to get back there. We need 4 nights instead of 2 next time though.
We did have a very funny and strange ghostly experience which wasn't scary in the slightest. We think the ghost who is documented in the guest book as being a long-haired woman is a bit flirty and mischievous
We got out of the car at night after visiting the town and my husband got the house key from his pocket and found his fingers covered in a sticky substance. He was baffled to find one of those motel sachets of honey in his pocket and it had split very recently in his pocket because there wasn't honey on the car seat.
Now, we dont eat honey (fructose dislike), didn't see a condiment sachet in the cottage and certainly didn't stash a sachet in pocket for later use.....ghost lady thinks my man is sweet
My man wouldn't go out to the car to find a pen for writing in guest book he was so spooked
Take a pen with you if you go there! A cross for protection is a good idea too!
Thanks for the big laughs ghost lady .