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Mudgee accommodation – VARYKINO

Guests rate us 5/5

“Romantic Impressions…Varykino… like a tranquil Monet painting coming to life”… Alan Hill, Winestate Magazine.

Welcome to the website for Varykino, a large country homestead on 70 acres of quiet rolling plains, just 10 kilometres from Mudgee on the Hill End (Hargreaves) Road.

Varykino is a magnificent homestead with the ambience of panoramic views, peace and quiet and total relaxation. The accent is on up-market relaxation, within easy reach of Mudgee’s myriad attractions.

You’ll find us in the beautiful Erudgere Valley within a 2 klm radius of four vineyard cellar doors, Thistle Hill, Mudgee’s only 5 star organic vineyard, together with Erudgere, Blacklea and Burnbrae vineyards, who all offer that excellent cellar door experience with their superlative range of wines, olives and oils for tasting. A visit to Blacklea vineyard to sample Bernard and Gai’s ‘GOLD’ winning olives is an absolute must.

A visit to Varykino takes you through rolling cattle plains. We’re set on five acres of park-like gardens, with water lily dams, teeming goldfish, geese, fountains and bridges. All of this is set in a “Monet” theme.

This website lays out what we have to offer and you can take a Virtual Tour here.

Our accommodation consists of:

The Cottage

A separate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom guest house (“the cottage”) on the water lily dam; and

The Apartment

Attached to the main house, up the garden from the cottage; also with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.

Each facility is totally private, with the apartment having its own entrance.

Due to our water features, Varykino is not recommended for small children.

We are unable to accommodate pets.

"We come to Varykino in early spring. Soon the trees grew green-alder and hazelnut and cherry-especially in the Shutma, the hollow below Mikulitsin's house. And soon after that the nightingales began to sing.."

- Dr Zhivago by Boris Pastemak

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    Dawn at Varykino
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