Abelia House Bed & Breakfast is home-stay accommodation in the heart of the Lovedale region in the Hunter Valley, owned and run by David and Robyn McGain. Situated on five acres, filled with native trees and gardens, Abelia House is a restful and comfortable home-away-from-home. On arrival you will enjoy a complimentary afternoon tea, served with fine china, outside on one of the verandahs, or if its cold, in the lounge room in front of a roaring open fire.
The two bedrooms have ensuites, queen size beds, tea making facilities, a television and fridge and reverse cycle air-conditioners. Breakfast is prepared by Robyn and served at whatever time suits you (latest 9.30a.m). During the Summer months, it is served on the fully screened back verandah, where you can look out over the pool and garden, to the mountains beyond. Spend time wandering the garden, or take a stroll down to the dam. Find a spot to sit and read, or just enjoy the surroundings. Next door to Abelia House is the Leaves and Fishes Café and several of Lovedale’s famous wineries. Robyn is an avid gardener and keen textile artist. The quilts on the beds show both her passion and skill in working with fabric. She loves the many galleries around the region and is well able to answer questions to help you plan your day trips.
Abelia House is Robyn and David’s third B&B and through plenty of practice, and a few mistakes, they’ve created a wonderful place to stay. They hope to see you sometime soon! Covid-19 conditions apply please ring Robyn.