You'll never say neigh to The Old Stables

Located in the historic town of Braidwood, just one hour from Canberra or three hours from Sydney, Mona Farm is a unique curation of contemporary art, country life and Australian history. Within the 124 acre property, there are plenty of picturesque locations to explore between meetings or after a productive day of work.

1 bedrooms
1-2 people
1 workstations
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One of the oldest buildings at Mona Farm, The Old Stables was built in 1859 and converted to high end accommodation for two guests in 2020. Perfect for couples, this self contained accommodation sleeps up to two guests and provides access to the estate’s beautiful gardens and farm.

The Homestead is the largest of the historic buildings at Mona Farm, originally built in 1853. Sleeping up to twelve guests, it features expansive rooms, surrounded by sweeping lawns. In the main homestead building you’ll find over 45 Australian and International artworks. Perfect for both families and groups, The Homestead has all the amenities to allow you to experience country life at its best.

Mona Farm offers luxury accommodation across your choice of six superbly appointed historic buildings, set within acres of magnificent, award-winning gardens. With access to your own kitchen, laundry and NBN access, you’ll be able to work from one of the most idyllic and private settings in Regional NSW – without compromising on productivity.

Over 14 cafes are waiting for you within three minutes drive of your doorstep, along with antique shops, country pubs and a nine hole golf course, just what you need after a long day at the desk.

Braidwood is an artistic hub with many designers, creatives, artists, potters and ironworkers residing here, famously inspiring Mick Jagger to write ‘Brown Sugar’…he must have been dreaming about lunch at Provisinos Deli and Creperie!

Long walks are a must. Mona Farm boasts award-winning gardens, with contemporary sculpture collection to explore, followed by sunset drinks by the lake. Keep your eyes peeled, you might be able to spot a platypus or turtle!

Visit the weekly farmers markets, explore the local artisan wears and experience the best of Australian country life.