About Glenellen Bed & Breakfast Come on a journey with us through a home that has seen generations of our family grow up.
Step back in time..56 Lindsay Street - a little bit Federation, a little bit Queenslander, and a little bit Art Deco.
Step back in time to a more gracious era at 56 Lindsay Street - a little bit Federation, a little bit Queenslander, and a little bit Art Deco.
From its terrazzo, cedar, and pine floors, to the marble and cast iron fireplaces, Glen Ellen is a warm and comfortable home with a pleasing mix of styles from the late 20s.
Relax in the silk and chintz sitting room or the old tongue and grove dining room – or sit on the terrazzo loggia and watch the sun go down over Queen’s Park.
There is a large living room with plenty of seating, a writing desk, and occasional tables. It's a chinz and silk room with a marble fireplace and polished floors. Enjoy sitting by the fireplace in winter. Consider a Christmas in July break while we're doing special, special offers.
The dining room is large with antique settings, high ceiling, and the original old tougue and groove walls which are covered with family photographs including Ric's family of light planes.
The music room is usually open to guests. It used to house my grandmother's beautiful piano, my grandfathers desk and bookcases full of shiney National Geographic magazines. it has a beautiful red cedar floor and plenty of seating for TV viewing.
The front loggia has terazzo flooring, plenty of seating and looks out over Queen's park. Sit a while and have a quiet drink as the sun go down over the park.