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Muddy Creek Cutting on the Railtrail

Accommodation Type

Bed & Breakfast, Self - Contained, Historic


Adult B&B $80 pp, child (under 12) B&B $50 pp.
Dinner (2 courses) $60 pp. Child dinners by arrangement.


  • self-contained in this historic mudbrick farmhouse set in beautiful gardens, a pond and trees with superb vistas.
  • Exposed mud walls, garden room, decks, open fires, animals , bees and poultry in the yard.
  • A new sauna in the old cedars, 5 double bedrooms, 2 toilet/bathrooms. Share this or book the whole house for your group.
  •  Home produce dinners will feature lamb, duck, chicken, cheese, salamis and the freshest veges.
  • Check our website or contact us for current menus.
  • We're on the trail, 500m south of Lauder township.


Stay self-contained in this 1930s mudbrick farmhouse.

Cheerfully modernized, characterful and quirky, with exposed mud walls, paintings by local artists, a 5-person sauna, open fire-places, equipped kitchen, modern stained-glass windows, delightful garden room, animals, bees and poultry in the yard — Invigorating gardens too. Share two toilet/bathrooms. You can share the 5 bed rooms and two toilet/bathrooms or book the whole house. 

Expect hospitality, comfort, peace, space, quiet, 360° scenery, hot showers, a homely relaxing ambience.

Expect also a quality dining experience. The food is mostly grown and prepared on site by us and with passion. The set dinner menus include: lamb, duck, chicken, beef, venison, peacock, vegetables, cheese, salamis, pickles and fruit. Discuss options with Kevin.

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Kevin Scott & Ross Campbell


3275 State Highway 85, Lauder, 9377

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