Farm Pod at Twamley Farm

The Farm Pod is located in the grounds of Twamley Farm homestead with its own private garden and an outdoor area featuring one of our trademark firepots and outdoor woodfired cedar hot tubs. Ideal for couples and solo adventurers. The Farm Pod is perfect as a romantic country getaway. A contemporary and modern space with some retro touches, the Farm Pod has a fully self-contained kitchen, double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and funky lounge dining area that opens onto the front deck for enjoying the morning sun and views of Twamley Farm.

The Farm Pod offers a well-stocked gourmet mini bar, full breakfast provisions, Nespresso coffee pod machine and gourmet pre-prepared meals on hand. You will enjoy relaxing by the outdoor fire pot with a glass of our local East Coast pinot noir or getting out in the country air, exploring the farm and surrounding bushland.

Grab one of our mountain bikes and explore Twamley Farm’s many bush trails. Guests can enjoy a private garden with BBQ specifically for the Farm Pod accommodation.

Contact Details

Twamley Road
Buckland, 7190

0439 114 996
bookings@twamleyfarm.com.au
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