What to do @ the B&B
Most people come here to relax and unwind. One of the nice things about the layout of the B&B is that no matter what direction the breeze may be coming from, you can either choose to be in the breeze or out of it on the verandahs. So, chill out on the verandah with a glass of the complimentary bubbly, or a beer or wine you bring with you, or supplied by us. Lots a people access the very large DVD collection we have, or spend time on the Net through the wifi NBN.
We are now licensed to sell liquor to our guests. We have a range of beers wines and small range of mixed drinks for sale at reasonable prices. See 'Food, Wine and Mechandising' Page.
There is no noise, save the chirping of the birds and the occasional passing vehicle, relax and watch the Clarence flow by.
If you have a boat you can launch at the old ferry ramp, 1 km away and pull up out front.
If you're into fishing you can fish right out the front. Cast a line and your likely to catch bream or flathead for dinner. In the warmer months there's bullsharks in the channel... an easy cast from the river bank.
If you're into photography, there is so much wildlife here; the bird life, wallabies, kangaroos and the odd bandicoot, or echidna. The scenery at our place is spectacular, the sunsets breathtaking. You can walk either to the Ashby village or the Ashby Peninsula to see stunning views.
Lance is also photographer, specialising in portrait photography, so if you would like a photoshoot done while you here, it can be arranged.
If you're into walking, the walk along the river in either direction is lovely.
If you're into motorcycles or classic cars, there is a workshop out back. Lance would love to have a conversation with you about your precious marque.
If you need help exploring the area, that can be provided. See 'Tours', 'Special Events' and 'local Attractions' pages.
Weddings: We will be offering Squeakygate Retreat as a venue for small weddings. We have a registered Celebrant at call, should you wish to use our venue for a small wedding.
Love a shed full of bikes
My gorgeous 1971 VG Valliant Pacer Coupe
'just listen to that serenity!'