Kath's Cottage

Stay at Kath's Cottage

Do you dream of old world charm in the heart of lush countryside?

We welcome you to discover Kath's Cottage in beautiful Carisbrook.

Located an easy two hour drive north of Melbourne, Kath's Cottage is a charmingly restored miners' cottage, in which the original features still tell the story of home well lived in and loved.

For over 150 years Kath's Cottage has watched the progress of the local area and withstood the weather, wear and tear of the environment and people around it.

This historic brick building is Carisbrook's second oldest home and was built for a pioneering family back in 1870.

Modern touches with a heritage style

With all the convenience of home, Kath’s Cottage has been furnished to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

The cottage is fully self-contained and comfortably accommodating up to 6 guests with 2 queen beds and 2 king single beds.

The cosy lounge room features comfy leather reclining rocking chairs, a large screen TV, and gas heating to really make your stay as relaxed as possible.

There is a completely new and spacious bathroom/laundry, as well as a beautifully renovated kitchen with gas cooktop, oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and split system heat/cool.

Relax on sunny mornings in the light-filled sunroom/dining area that leads into a truly delightful country garden and lawn area.

The cottage is also within walking distance to general store, a great café and popular local hotel where you can enjoy a meal and a quiet drink. It’s also only 10 minutes into Maryborough for further shopping and eating options.

Booking Kath's Cottage is easy

Ask about our daily & weekly rates for a quick getaway from the city, right through to a longer stay during an extended holiday, with pricing to suit the length of your stay. Kath’s Cottage can be used for small group gatherings, family weekends away or as a retreat for people wanting some peace and respite from busy lifestyles.

We welcome you to view our image gallery and simply give us a call to discuss accommodation options.

Explore historic Carisbrook

Dating back to the gold rush era, Carisbrook was founded by the Simson brothers who began collecting tolls from diggers travelling between gold fields in the early 1850s.

The town’s collection of heritage buildings, such as the 1852 police lock up (log jail), are a delight to discover, as are the surrounding natural environments, including the Tullaroop Creek nature trail and Carisbrook Archeological Site. Fun Fact: Kath's father was the last police man to be stationed in Carisbrook and the police station is just around the corner from cottage (now a private home). 

More local attractions, walks and heritage can be found at the Maryborough Visitor Centre, or by calling 1800 356 511.