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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The advertising for this b&b promises a castle with the chance of dinosaurs and breakfast included, and it's fair to say we weren't disappointed. The castle, complete with turrets and gargoyles, manages to somehow bridge the gap between comfortable weekend getaway and medieval fantasy. The hosts are welcoming and the breakfast basket is the largest I have seen at a...

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Janice H, Owner at Running Creek Castle, responded to this review

Thanks so much for your review we'd love to see you again sometime.

Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 21 January 2017

My family recently spent 6 nights at this property - 2 adults and a 20, 18 and 16 y.o. We were very comfortable and enjoyed having the place to ourselves. We visited in mid January and enjoyed the solar heated pool and the surrounding gardens. The owners of the property were delightful and very accommodating. The breakfast supplies were excellent...

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birk451, Owner at Running Creek Castle, responded to this review

Hi Linda, Thank you so much for your feedback we really appreciate you taking the time to write. We loved having you and your family stay with us. Janice

Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

Great family getaway... No fire place and heating is limited so need to rug up.. Could do with a refresh and good clean... Breakfast provision are great... All in all was ok for the two families and kids loved exploring the castle and grounds...

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birk451, Owner at Running Creek Castle, responded to this review

Hi Alex, Thank you for your comments. sorry it's taken a while to respond, but we've been "flat out". I think I do a pretty good job of cleaning, however, because of the rough-sawn timber, it's a little tricky to keep it looking like it was a tree just yesterday. The only way I've found to get into all those...

North Geelong.Australia
Reviewed 11 April 2016

True Story!....In South Kancoona, in North Eastern Victoria, near Myrtleford and Bright,....There is a Castle..... It is currently listed as Running Creek Castle Bed and Breakfast, but the 2 main acccommodation areas each appeared to have has a substantial kitchen area for those that wish to self-cater. It is tucked away off a country road, the first view of the...

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 16 October 2014

My partner and I stayed Saturday night, 9 August 2014 in the cabin at Running Creek Castle. The main property is not really our cup of tea but it looks awesome if that's your sort of thing. The cabin is next door to the main property and unfortunately we didn't get to meet Garry and Sandy because we arrived quite...

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 11 March 2013

Running Creek Castle is a credit to it's magnificent hosts Garry & Sandy Morgan. On arrival, the sight of the Castle from the road leaves you breathless & as you drive through the wrought iron gates you feel as if you have entered another era. The suite we stayed in had the charm of the Medieval era but all the...

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  • Pool
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
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  • Pool
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  • Suites
  • Kitchenette
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
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  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator in room
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  • Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Self-Serve Laundry
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Finely detailed old world architecture is admired and enjoyed by guests at Running Creek Castle Bed & Breakfast. Surrounded by extensive manicured gardens and overlooking a small spring-fed lake, Running Creek Castle offers privacy and tranquility. Nestled in Kancoona Valley between Myrtleford, Bright and Mt Beauty, Running Creek Castle is at the foot of the Victorian Alps and still only 45 minutes drive from Albury/Wodonga. We also enjoy close proximity to Historic Beechworth and Yackandandah together with the Alpine Wine Region and the many fabulous gourmet experiences on offer in this sensational part of Victoria. Running Creek Castle is ideal for people seeking a relaxing getaway and makes the bed & breakfast experience a special and memorable one. We encourage potential guests to phone us and chat more about what we have to offer. The castle offers two fully self-contained suites. The suites each has a private external entrance on the ground floor and consists of two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen & private bathroom, while the main bedroom is a loft. The loft bedroom sleeps two, the lower bedroom sleeps four (a double tri-bunk and one single bed), plus there is a queen-sized sofa bed in the lounge on the middle level. Each suite can potentially sleep eight guests. Please note, that there are two sets of 14 steps between each level. The suites are gas heated for optimum guest comfort on chilly Alpine nights. All beds are fitted with electric blankets and all linen is included. A port-a-cot, baby bath and high chair are available, if required. Suites have ceiling fans for extra comfort during warm evenings. The castle offers two fully self-contained suites. The suites each has a private external entrance on the ground floor and consists of two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen & private bathroom, while the main bedroom is a loft. The loft bedroom sleeps two, the lower bedroom sleeps four (a double tri-bunk and one single bed), plus there is a queen-sized sofa bed in the lounge on the middle level. Each suite can potentially sleep eight guests. Please note, that there are two sets of 14 steps between each level. The suites are gas heated for optimum guest comfort on chilly Alpine nights. All beds are fitted with electric blankets and all linen is included. A port-a-cot, baby bath and high chair are available, if required. Suites have ceiling fans for extra comfort during warm evenings. ... more   less 

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Address: 496 Kancoona South Road, Kancoona, Victoria 3691, Australia
Region: Australia > Victoria > Kancoona
Number of rooms: 2
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