69 Cumberland Street, East Maitland NSW 2323
Glenellyn House Servants Quarters is offered to you as an exclusive opportunity to share in the history of this stately property and surrounding area. A unique and stylishly appointed cottage with contemporary style furnishings suitable for up to 4 people with access to a delightful outdoor courtyard and gardens.
Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend away or need a mid-week break, Glenellyn House Servants Quarters is the perfect getaway retreat. Two hours from Sydney, 10 mins from Maitland and 40 mins from Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley.
Glenellyn House Servants Quarters has free Wi-Fi and private parking for up to three cars on site.
Glenellyn House Servants Quarters has exciting and indulgent packages and special offers that can be tailored to suit your event or needs, including:
Glenellyn House Servants Quarters offers two accommodation options to suit your needs:
The cottage features a large comfortable sitting room with a fireplace, two tastefully decorated bedrooms and access to a beautiful outdoor courtyard with table and wrought iron chairs overlooking the cottage gardens. Ideally suited to accommodate 4 people in comfort and style. Featuring:
The suite features a large comfortable sitting room with a fireplace, a choice of one of the two tastefully decorated bedrooms and access to the beautiful outdoor courtyard with table and wrought iron chairs overlooking the cottage gardens. Ideally suited to accommodate one to two people in comfort and style. Featuring:
Steeped in history the Servants Quarters form part of the stately property Glenellyn House, which dates back to 1880.
The Servants Quarters was originally constructed for the Police Magistrate and his staff.
The property sits up high, overlooking the beautiful Hunter Valley, and is situated opposite the historic Maitland Court House and gaol, which has become a thriving tourist destination and function centre.
Glenellyn is a short easy drive to the historic old river port of Morpeth, which became the largest town in the Hunter Region from the 1850s up to about 1890.
The region was originally connected by steam train and you can step back in time and explore the old East Maitland train station and the tracks only a short stroll away.