Blaxlands Cottage, located at Broke Estate Vineyard is a little piece of history which has recently been lovingly restored to its former glory, to capture the past and create a relaxing, unique escape just perfect for a romantic stay for two or a small group of up to four guests. Gregory Blaxland was commissioned to find 'The Great North Road' for the colony of Sydney and passed through Broke in 1816. His brother John was later granted the land where the Blaxland family built the cottage around 1890. The Blaxland's were awarded the first medal for wine sent to London from Australia.
With modern inclusions and the rustic charm of yesteryear, Blaxlands is the 'something different' you've been searching for. Enjoy the views from the porch sipping a glass of Hunter Valley wine, visit some cellar doors or the award winning Margan restaurant, just minutes away.
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