Florilegia House - Elite Homestay

Old world stained glass windows framing the chandeliers in the living room.
A watercolour study by Christine, stay a week and have three half work shops, create your master art

Florilegia House - Elite Homestay

68 Meade Street, Florilegia House, Glen Innes, New South Wales 2370

0402 526 701



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Your Elite International Private Homestay welcomes you in the style established by the Japanese Cultural Visits during the 1990s. Experience the Australian lifestyle. Private, discreet and relaxing. Experienced Home Stay Provider. Florilegia House was built in the 1930s in the traditional vintage of old Australian timber homes. It has been lovingly renovated to welcome your visit. With luxurious carpet in the living/dining room, and 10' high ceilings, relax upon French imperial chairs, chandeliers and stained glass windows. A special feature of Florilegia House is the Fujisawa Zen Garden, a little piece of Kyoto Japan in the enclosed rear garden. A recreation of the sea of Japan in white quartz gravel, surrounded by the raised garden beds, representing the islands of Japan. Tranquil, soothing and a picture of colour, shape and form. Intercultural activities are available upon request. Calligraphy, ink art, bonsai creation, origami, kokedama moss balls and even Obon dancing. Breakfast (Other meals upon request for an additional charge) Danish Style - pieces of bread, cheeses, cold meats Japanese Style - rice, miso soup with tofu, shitake mushrooms, yoghurt, green tea English Style - creamy oat porridge, scrambled eggs with cherry tomatoes, avocado and spinach leaves Continental Style - raisin toast | sourdough bread with local honey, jams and butter

Facilities found here

Carpark, Communal Shower, Golf Course, Non Smoking, Outdoor Dining Area, Outdoor Furniture, Radio/Stereo, Secure Parking,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.