Food, Wine and Merchandising
Should you wish to dine in, we would be more than happy to provide you with an evening meal. We charge $30 per person, for a two course dinner. However, there are a number of excellent places to eat locally. We just ask for some notice (normally 24 hours) if you wish to dine in, as Cheryl puts a lot of effort into creating a beautiful meal.
At short notice we can provide either Fettuccine Bolasagne with salad and olive bread, or chicken pie with vegies and Olive Bread. The cost of this is $20 per meal. However, there are also a number of local places to eat we can recommend.
Alternative diets: We can provide an evening meal that caters for gluten free, lactose free, vegetarian and vegan diets with notice.
Continental Breakfast: This come as part of the fare for the night. It is substantial. We never let anyone leave hungry. Each Sunday morning is pancake morning.
Should you require a cooked breakfast, this can also be provided for you. The cost is $15 per person, per breakfast.
We are licensed to sell beer, wines and mixed drinks to our guests. We have a range of beers, wines and mixed drinks available at reasonable prices. If you have special requests, these can be catered for with notice. All beers are $5 and all wines are $15 / bottle. I also have developing cellar. All wines there are $25.
Books & Videos for Sale:
We have as small range of books for sale by local authors, who are our mates:
Kog Godfrey, Round Oz Ride: A Father and Son Journey, $50
Kog Godfrey, Round Oz Ride: A Father and Son Journey, The Video, $25
Lee Atchinson, The Big Lap, $25
Briget Hallam and Alan Cox, Through Your Leg Over, South East Queensland & NSW, $30
Bill McKinnon, Ed., Mr. Smith: A Sharp Mind in a Blunt Body, $30
Artworks for Sale:
This is still being organised. We hope we have a selection hanging by Christmas.
Southern Sons' Big Breakfast
Standard Continental Breaky
Lamb parcels... yum.
Liquor and books for sale.
Yummy winter soup
Ashby Honey and Infused Olive Oil, and Infused vVnegar, also on sale.
Sunday Breaky: Pancakes