LadyHawke Cafe & Bed and Breakfast

Nestled amongst a beautiful cottage garden is a 1920's homestead converted into what is now the LadyHawke Cafe and Bed and Breakfast.

Lady Hawke Cafe


Lady Hawke Cafe serves modern Middle Eastern and European Foods. A range of foods to please the palate, caters also to Vegetarian and Celiac. Winner of Mushroom Mania 2007 'Best cafe menu using Mushrooms' in Victoria. Open 9am to 5pm Thursday thru Monday inclusive.

The Cafe is also available for functions and weddings.

Bed and Breakfast


The B&B is a cozy self-contained private accommodation featuring queen size sleigh bed and bay window view of fern garden and starry sky at night. B&B priced from $80-per night for the room. Breakfast included is continental with the option of having a discounted cooked breakfast in the upstairs restaurant from 9am Thursday to Monody inclusive.

Lady Hawke Cafe, B&B offers disabled access and welcomes all ages. 100 mtrs from the famous William Rickets Reserve, surrounded by Natural Forest of the Mount Dandenong Ranges. Close to Olinda Falls and many bush walking tracks suitable for beginners thru advanced bush walkers.

Call 03 9751 1104 during trading hours and speak to your hosts Trudy & Max or the friendly staff to make your reservation.

We look forward to your company soon.


 
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