Stannum House

B & B Accommodation - New South Wales

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Stannum House was built in 1888 by John Holmes Reid. It is the foremost architecturally and historically significant building in the district.  Follow in the footsteps of great Australians – Sir Henry Parkes, Banjo Paterson and Dame Nellie Melba and others who have graced the rooms of Historic Stannum House.

Stannum is Latin for tin, the mining of which funded the huge construction cost of this grand 19th century mansion built on the highest point in Tenterfield. It is an outstanding example of Victorian era grandeur and served as the Reid family home for more than 50 years.  The house is described as the perfect time capsule. It is a 3 storey triple brick and stucco building with front bay windows and cast iron veranda and balcony decoration.

Located in the popular tourist region of the New England Tableland, Stannum House is perfect for a romantic getaway or as a base to tour the best that the region has to offer.

Features:

  • Free Breakfast
  • Conference Facilities
  • Guest Laundry
  • WiFi Internet
  • Cafe/Restaurant
  • Free Parking
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Chocolate free
  • Lounge
  • Tennis Court
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