Pierrepoint Bed & Breakfast

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  • B&B
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 5

Type: Bed and Breakfast

Pierrepoint Bed & Breakfast

Pierrepoint offers farm stay / bed and breakfast style accommodation in 2 delightful north facing rooms which overlook an extensive garden and a 15 acre vineyard. Whilst the rooms are attached to the main house, a quaint Edwardian homestead, they each have direct access to the car park. The main motel style room, the Pinot Suite, offers one queen size bed with a small adjoining ensuite The second room, the Chardonnay Suite, offers one queen size bed and one single bed with access to another private ensuite and the entry doubling as an eating area. In a very quiet location, with a garden & vineyard available for strolling through & exploring, Pierrepoint ...Read more

About the owner

Andrew & Jennifer L.

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Pierrepoint Bed & Breakfast
Tarrington, Victoria, Australia

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8 km south east of Hamilton, Pierrepoint Rd is parallel to the Hamilton Hwy. Pierrepoint B & B is only 4 km from Tarrington, just off Thompsons Rd. Named as Hochirch by its German founders in 1853, this small town changed its name to Tarrington in 1916 due to world events at the time, Tarrington has maintained a strong and proud German heritage.

History is kept alive with events such as the Laternfest held in October each year and celebrations such as the re-enactment of the wagon trek from South Australia in the 1800's.

Cafe Catalpa a former general store and post office has been transformed into a lively cafe just 8 kilometres out of Hamilton. It is named after a 40-year-old catalpa Indian bean tree that stands nearby. Hunting pictures and memorabilia adorn the walls, reflecting the preponderance of game on the menu. Entrées might feature quail, smoked eel from Wangoom or local yabbies. Locals love the duck and shiitake mushroom pies, rabbit with Dijon mustard and slow-cooked hare with star anise. Even the beer-battered fish and chips, and old-fashioned hamburgers have regulars raving. On Sundays, diners often arrive in vintage and veteran cars and classic motorbikes. There’s a good list of regional wines.

Tarrington, central to the Henty Wine Region, is also a perfect stop-over on route to the Great Ocean Rd, Grampians National Park and the Coonawarra & Limestone Wine Regions of South Australia.

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