FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the inspiration behind BullerRoo?
Ed – The space is influenced by the incredibly scenic views. We designed the living space to take advantage of this with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows – both dining and lounge areas take full advantage of the incredible vista. We also built a rooftop terrace with 360 degree views which is the perfect place to sink into the bean bag chair and relax in the fresh high country air we’ve used stone walls and a timber cladded ceilings to create texture and warmth. The cosy atmosphere is enhanced with a cast-iron fireplace – making for a wonderful evening atmosphere with dim lights and the star filled night sky. As the space is designed to be an escape retreat, it was important that we create a modern and functional kitchen, generous bedrooms and a luxurious bathroom with an oversized double shower.
What do guests love most about BullerRoo?
Vickie – It’s the location. The views and landscape are incredible and we always get complimented on this. Our guests enjoy relaxing on the rooftop deck and soaking it all in. The property is set amongst hundreds of acres of natural bush and farmland. The opportunity to get up and close to nature in such a luxurious setting is something guests truly enjoy.
Owners and hosts, Vickie and Ed have a house adjacent to BullerRoo so they’ll likely be there to show you around, help you out and introduce you to the miniature goats, if required. Otherwise, BullerRoo is all yours. A mobile number will be provided for you to use during your stay, should you require after hours assistance.
Check-in time is anytime after 3pm. So that we can greet you on arrival, please let us know an approximate time. During the winter months, we will pre-light the fire for you to ensure a lovely warm arrival. Check out is 10am
Did you see the beautiful soft wood floors? BullerRoo has a “kick off your shoes & relax policy” to keep these in top condition.
Both accommodation spaces are designed with the independent traveller in mind, and are fully self-contained with all cooking facilities. We do have relationships with wonderful local caterers should you wish to pre-order any hamper packages (one weeks notice is required).
Our weather - different in every season
Winter is cold, and sometimes snowy and windy – a lovely experience if it happens for your stay. You can stay warm by the fire (or flick on the ducted heating!) while taking in the snow capped peaks of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling from June to September typically. Spring becomes a lovely green after the cold of winter. While, in Summer, the bright blue skies above the mountains are perfect for a swim in the local snow melt river waters, and in Autumn you will see the striking yellows in the trees.
Both spaces are extremely warm and cosy! Instructions are provided to help with regulating the heat.
Linen / Towels
All are provided in both BullerRoo and the Cottage.
There is ample parking at the property. BullerRoo has its own private car parking (for up to 4 vehicles). Entry to the apartment is from the carport, for maximum privacy and convenience.
Special Interest Groups / Classes
The district of Mansfield has lots to offer. Let us know your interest, and we may be able to organise something – from a private photography, pottery or art class, chocolate making lesson or a dog sled ride in the snow!
We hope you enjoy exploring the property and the Broken river. While every effort has been taken to ensure your safety, A View To A Hill is a property with sheds and farm equipment located near the main entrance of the property, which are not to be accessed.
As much as we love animals we do not cater for pets.