Ned Kelly's Marlo Cottage
Ned Kelly’s Marlo Cottage
33 Camp St, Beechworth VIC 3747
3 Queen Size Bedrooms
Available as 1 Bed / 1 Bath
2-night minimum stay
Marlo Cottage in regional Beechworth, Victoria is a true Australian experience
immersed in both history and charm. This distinctive cottage was once the home of photographer James E Bray, who was renowned for creating the now famous portraits of the Ned Kelly Gang in these very rooms. The luxuriously presented 1870’s home spans two levels with three bedrooms, two bathrooms is an exceptional example of a high class and tranquil five-star retreat.
Three queen sized bedrooms
Fully Equipped Gourmet Kitchen
Washer Dryer Combo
Gas Log Fire and Integrated AC
Portable Bose Sound System in Living Room
Outdoor Alfresco Seating
Street Parking Outside House
ABOUT NED KELLY'S MARLO COTTAGE
Owners Andrew and Jackie Beer have brought the spirit of Ned Kelly into this
heavenly space through their choice of stunning art and authentic antique pieces.
Cool, high white ceilings complement the rustic timber façade, and a thoughtfully curated spacious interior immediately delights the senses.
Upon entry, honey-coloured cedar floors, leather furniture and warm textures harmonise together for a
peaceful and relaxing stay.
The cottage is ideal for socialising and entertaining, and is located right in the
middle of central Beechworth where you can indulge in a variety of wine bars, cafes and restaurants for an indulgent weekend.
Sip on a glass of wine to the trickle of a rustic water fountain after retiring to the beautifully appointed and private courtyard
for the evening.
Marlo Cottage is a glorious statement in taste and refinement.