Allora House is a heritage-listed building that has been lovingly restored as a guest house. Allora is the Italian word for affection and fittingly named when the house was built by JD Connolly and offered as a gift from the owner to his future wife as an engagement present.
It features safe, secure off-street parking, shared laundry and kitchenette, a bathroom, dining, lounge, and a barbecue outdoor garden. The guest enjoys the fully renovated 1940s area of three queen size bedrooms all connected to the shared lounge and dining room.
Each bedroom has a flat-screen TV, reverse cycle air conditioning, and a modern ensemble bed to accompany restored furniture sympathetic to the period of the house. The owners have been fortunate, sourcing furniture that spent its life in the Goldfields.
The lounge/dining area has a chaise lounge, lounge suite, full-size TV and sound system, coffee table, and a dining table with four chairs. The lounge/dining area overlooks the garden, we have a wide verandah opening onto a sheltered garden.
The property is located only two blocks from the main street, railway station, and a short walk to most attractions and great restaurants.
Please note, that Allora House does not provide breakfast, though there is a well-equipped kitchenette and a supermarket nearby.