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3 BEDROOM / GAS FIREPLACE / FREESTANDING BATH / WI- FI / PETS BY ARRANGEMENT
Like all good Flop Houses, the Shoefitter’s House has a story. Originally home to a Kyneton Cobbler, the house is now owned by the great granddaughter of Frederick Henry Hardy, Master Bootmaker and owner of Hardy and Son (Footfitters) Ltd at 60 Baker Street, London.
“My great grandfather, passionate about shoes, wrote a book on “Modern Shoe Retailing” published in the 1950s My uncle has an original manuscript with Frederick’s mark-ups and also found a letter from a GP in 1958 complaining about the impact of modern footwear on young women’s feet!”
This beautifully renovated three bedroom Victorian cottage in the heart of Kyneton, less than one block to Piper Street is now a luxurious lodging.
Two queen bedrooms and one king bed that can be split into two singles on request.
Modern bathroom with freestanding bath and contemporary kitchen with all crockery, cookware and appliances.
Gas fireplace and central heating.
Two night minimum.
Three night minimum long weekends.
Mid-week discount rates.
From: $330 to: $452
- Tea & Coffee facilities
- Pet Friendly