St Joseph’s Guesthouse and Function Venue is a stunning three level stone building that was renovated from the ruins of a 160 year old Catholic Church. You'll be able to feel a physical and spiritual connection with the pioneering families and the history of the area, providing a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere both inside and out.
The building comprises of five king bedrooms complete with air conditioning and ensuite bathrooms. There is also an indoor entertainment area for movies, music and dancing, plus a large outdoor deck for the afternoon drinks and BBQ. A quiet upstairs retreat has a unique featured glass floor section to keep an eye on the activities below.
When it’s time to buckle down for work, there are two large dining tables, one inside and one outside. Each comfortably seats up to ten people, so there is plenty of space for you to set up!
Need a breath of fresh air? Step outside and enjoy river and valley views, a rich variety of fauna and flora, and plenty of peace and quiet. Looking up you’ll spot eagles overhead, a variety of birds flitting about the grounds, and in the valley you will find lyre birds, wallabies, wombats, possums and goannas.
Take a break – you deserve it! Just seven minute drive up the road is the Settlers Arms Inn, a convict built 1836 pub boasting delicious lunches and dinners. Take a walk on the 1820s convict-build sandstone roads, and keep an eye out for the native wildlife, like goannas, bush turkeys and lyrebirds. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of yesteryear to charge your batteries for tomorrow.
St Albans, NSW