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Thornebridge

Thornebridge, Murchison

Thornebridge was built in 1868 and is registered with the Victorian Heritage Council. It was originally the Commercial Travellers Inn and has now been transformed into historic luxury accommodation with an unrivalled opulent restoration that takes it right back to a bygone Victorian era.

The property is lavishly furnished with Victorian antiques and adorned with magnificent period lighting. Each queen room offers luxury, space, privacy, quality linen, fluffy soft pillows and will transform you into a forgotten time that you will not experience anywhere else. Features of every room include polished floor boards, high ceilings, a comfortable lounge setting and a private ensuite with a claw foot bath and overhead shower.

The building commands centre stage nestled behind a magnificent heritage listed plane tree on three hectares of river flats adjoining the Goulburn River. It is surrounded by beautiful Victorian gardens and there is a large courtyard at the rear with outdoor seating.

Thornebridge is located just a short walk across the river from the town centre of Murchison where you can enjoy breakfast and lunch at Wagner Brothers Cafe or the Murchison Bakery & Tearooms. Bistro meals are available at the Caledonian Hotel.

Goulburn Weir, Lake Nagambie and a number of great wineries are all within a short drive.

Located just 90 minutes drive north of Melbourne, Thornebridge is an ideal place to relax and enjoy this monument to a lavish and extraordinary period in Victoria's history. It is ideal for a special occasion, a weekend escape or time away with a group of friends or family.

  1. Nightly rates from

    $260

    Winter special
    Valid until 31st August 2017

    Discounted room rate of $208 per night

    4 room winter special
    Valid until 31st October 2017

    Book 4 rooms for a minimum of 2 nights and two rooms are free - a massive saving of 50%

  2. Property features

    • Entire property sleeps 8 people

Thornebridge
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