Luxury accommodation in Braidwood, NSW. Discover a unique curation of contemporary art, country life, and Australian history.
The largest of the historical buildings at Mona Farm, The Homestead is the original convict brick Georgian house built in 1853 which was expanded in the early 1900s. Sleeping up to 10 guests, it features high ceilings, expansive rooms and is surrounded by sweeping lawns and original Elm trees planted by Thomas Braidwood Wilson.
A unique collection of contemporary art and sculpture can be found in the main homestead building. In this historic setting, over 20 Australian and International artworks reside, showcasing a juxtaposition of new amongst old.
Perfect for families and groups, The Homestead has all the amenities to allow you to experience country life at its best.
Experience country life at its best
Master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robe and garden views
King bedroom with ensuite and garden views
King bedroom with lake views
Queen bedroom with garden views
Twin bedroom with garden views
Open plan lounge & dining room
Dining table with seating for up to 10 guests
Large screen TV
Wood burning fireplace
1 powder room
Ironing board and iron
Dining and seating area
Fire pit urn
Underfloor heating throughout bedrooms and living spaces
Hunter Lab toiletries
Access to the estate’s gardens and farm