Your new hosts Philip and Ellen Cram Welcome you to one of Carcoar’s Historic Properties, offering Accommodation and Café facilities.
Attached to the rear of the main building is a modern cafe and state of the art kitchen. Dining is available within the cafe, on the surrounding verandahs or in the tranquil gardens adjoining the cafe.
Stoke House Carcoar Bed & Breakfast is located in the historic town of Carcoar NSW. Dating back to the 1820’s, Thomas Icely settled on a 68 acre block on the southern bank of the Belubula River which he called “Saltash Farm”. In 1846 a two story brick hotel, “The Victoria Hotel” was constructed.
Stoke House Carcoar Bed & Breakfast contains two guest rooms, a large lounge room and a private dining room downstairs, upstairs there are two more guest rooms, a lounge room and a large balcony with magnificent views of the village. All guests rooms have ensuite bathrooms and central heating.