In the CBD of Orange is our gorgeous Victorian era home, this beauty was once the servant’s quarters for a near by substantial home. We usually rent this out as holiday accommodation. It is walking distance to everywhere in Orange, including all the best restaurants. Sorry Sydney-Siders but we aren’t interested in exchanges there.
Two queen bedrooms and one single, with multiple spacious living areas
Single story, but stairs to access the entrance.
We also have a self contained apartment upstairs. There may be guests in the apartment when you are there as it is also rented as holiday accommodation.
Cupboard / drawers
Garden / yard
Covered porch / verandah
Unsuitable for infants under 2
Unsuitable for children ages 2-12
Pets not allowed
Restaurants, cafes, art galleries and wine bars (including one we own!).
Flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. There is a train and bus service from Sydney as well.
Orange airport - about 10km
Walk to everything
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Joined March 2019
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Simon and Natalie have been home exchanging since 2000. We love to travel this way and to open up our home to like minded people based on trust and respect. We like to travel twice or more a year and are open to a range of destinations. Because we have multiple homes we can be relatively flexible on dates. We are passionate about food and wine (Simon owns and runs a wine business) and share a love of the great outdoors (we particularly like to cycle and ski). It is just the two of us - but occasionally we will travel with another couple. We are particularly interested in international destinations, but wouldn't rule out home exchanges closer to home across Australia and New Zealand. Sorry, but we are not interested in Sydney. I travel there often for business and don’t need to go there for holidays!
Natalie is the CEO of a large community services organisation and Simon owns a wine retailing business.