Away from the tourist hurly-burly, this beautiful area offers visitors a relaxed and peaceful stay and a view of rural Australia that visitors often do not see. An oasis in the middle of the countryside, Segenhoe Inn is a heritage property, circa 1837 and is one of the few remaining colonial properties in Australia. The Bed and Breakfast offers 9 beautifully decorated rooms, all different, and is well suited to romantics and groups of friends or family who wish to make the Inn theirs for a night or weekend. It is in close proximity to vineyards, horse studs, golf and tennis courts, Glenbawn Dam, other historic properties, magnificent scenic drives and sits in the middle of the Bi-Centennial Heritage Trail.
Once settled in, relax in the spacious and comfortable guest living room, in winter, in the glow of a cosy fire, meander about the manicured gardens, have a cocktail at the bar or take "high tea" in the silver service dining room.
Every need is catered for, including robes and slippers in your room with refreshments available 24 hours a day. Reverse cycle air conditioning for your comfort and a number of wood burning fires add to the ambience. Wake refreshed and enjoy a sumptuous breakfast in the white linen silver service dining room before setting off to explore the district.
Situated among splendid manicured gardens Segenhoe’s treasures include a koi pond by the old miners shack water features and statues as well as a fragrant rose garden which is often the backdrop for special weddings. Colourful geraniums abound all year round. Garden parties are a feature at Segenhoe.
For those who long for the graciousness and gentleness of a bygone era, white linen and silver service dining, then you will find no better than what is offered at Segenhoe Inn.
Historians and Gardeners alike, you will be enthralled.
Gift vouchers are available at Segenhoe Inn, so why not treat that someone special to a night or two?
WHERE HISTORY, LUXURY AND FINE DINING COMBINE