Welcome to Elm Tree Lodge Beechworth
Elm Tree Lodge is one of Beechworth's grandest homes
Elm Tree Lodge is one of Beechworth’s grandest homes. Built in 1875 and recently renovated. Centrally located with 4/5 Bedrooms with 4 living areas – perfect for 2 to 4 couples or 2 families.
The magnificent 12 seat dining table is one of the central parts of the house. The copper overhead lights, along with the nearby fireplaces, provides the perfect spot for hours of dining.
The north corner of the new building catches plenty of sunlight & overlooks the vast lawn garden. Huge wood burner (can take a 2 foot log) provides plenty of warmth & ambiance. Heated polished concrete floor and air-conditioning throughout the new extension.
Relax in this large 1890's grand room, under a huge chandelier on one of the 3 large couches by the open fireplace. Features 10-foot double hung sash windows and crazy old red velvet curtains.
The original 1875 sitting/dining room that has been repurposed into a games parlour. A traditional 6 seat round old oak table with counterweight light overhead makes the perfect setting for any card or board game
You can’t get fresher than this! Feel free to pick and eat anything ripe & ready to go from the enormous kitchen garden. Currently planted are:- pomegranates, apples, pears, cherries, finger limes, peaches, nectarines, oranges, limes, lemons, rhubarb, asparagus, beetroot, carrots, chillies, various berries, as well as many herbs.
Local jeweler William Turner built the original 5 room double brick Elm Tree Lodge in 1875, adding on a large lounge, master bedroom and internal bathrooms in 1890. While minor changes were made over the next 130 years (some pine crime in the 1970’s) the old layout was essentially unchanged until 2018. Sitting on two thirds of an acre, the house fronts Loch St and features an enormous old corrugated iron shed dating from the 1910-20’s, as well as an adjoining cart/carriage shed dating back to pre-1875.
In 2018 renovations were completed - adding an enormous modern, open plan lounge, kitchen & dining area, along with new bathrooms, renovated ensuites and a 5-6 person external spa - bringing new life to Elm Tree Lodge.
The gardens have also seen substantial work - with over 400 new trees/bushes planted, over 1600sqm of grass laid/grown, along with over 30 meters of raised garden beds for the kitchen garden.
Provenance, opened in 2009, has received many accolades and awards in its nine years of operation, including two hats in the Good Food Guide for the last 9 years. The restaurant is currently ranked no. 30 in the Gourmet Traveller Top 100 Australian Restaurants. Michael Ryan was voted Chef of the Year in the Age Good Food Guide in 2013.