Return to the simpler things in life and check into the Farm House on Oxley
Located on fifty-seven acres of land on the Mid North Coast of NSW, Farm House on Oxley boutique accommodation offers a return to the simpler things in life.
Located in the heart of the Barrington Coast and nestled amongst the tranquillity of Oxley Island, the stunning Farm House on Oxley launched in September 2021 and offers guests the opportunity to experience a return to the simpler things in life.
The secluded riverside farm house features a unique blend of the farm, beach, bush and riverside entertainment as well as being conveniently situated only 30 minutes drive from Forster.
The stunning riverside location allows guests to enjoy a soul-comforting stay that includes a private jetty complete with canoes and fishing equipment, an outdoor fire pit, outdoor bathtubs for soaking under the stars, and 57 acres of rolling paddocks to explore.
The bespoke interiors of the pavilion-style farm house reflect an elegant country style that conveys a sense of peace and serenity. Every detail has been considered from the fresh linen sheets and unique timber barn roller doors to the oversized wharf timber beams.
Every aspect of Farm House on Oxley has been carefully curated with owner Sherinah Peck explaining,
“It has taken Nathan and I around 8 months to build. Making it into holiday accommodation has taken me around 6 months worth of doing courses, making style finish choices, creating a website, organising photography to name just a few. "
"Initially I was going to head down a path stylistically of what I thought people wanted to see rather than what the house and surroundings suited. I’m so glad I didn’t and I have to say that completing The Hosting Masterclass gave me the confidence to head in the direction that I felt right - choosing thought out “pieces” as opposed to just “things” if that makes sense."
With so many beautiful features and picture perfect location it might be difficult but we asked Sherinah what some of her design highlights include,
"For me, my favourite feature is the wharf. Time seems to just pass by when you are sitting down by the river. I also really enjoy having an outdoor bath. I had one recently with a girlfriend of mine and it was late afternoon, there was a subtle breeze blowing, we had the music playing and we were singing along. It was such a memorable moment and that's what Farmhouse is all about - creating memories that last a lifetime."
The Farm House on Oxley offers three-tailored accommodation options including;
The Family and Friends’ Pavilion
Sleeping up to 16 people, grab your friends and family and enjoy the homely comforts of the pavilion-style Farm House. Features include 4 x king-sized bedrooms, a bunk room with 2 x double bunk beds, a loft with king bed and pull out sofa, powder room, media room, gym and games room, access to the open plan kitchen, dining area, and laundry.
The Couple’s Corner
Accommodation two people The Couple's Corner is perfect for those looking for an intimate escape, this package offers secluded serenity for couples to rest, relax and reconnect. Features include a king sized bedroom, ensuite with bath and double shower, powder room, media room, access to the open plan kitchen, dining area, and laundry.
The Me-Time Quarters
Accommodation for two this stylish one bedroom, self-contained cottage is perfect for an overnight stay or long weekend escape and can be added as extra accommodation when booking the Family and Friends Pavilion or Couple’s Corner. Features include a king-sized bed, lounge room, kitchen, and bathroom.
In addition, Farm House on Oxley includes the following facilities:
• Private jetty with canoes, tinny and fishing equipment
• Pavilion style home with zoned living
• Gym equipment and games room
• A media room
• An indoor fireplace
• 57 acres of rolling paddocks
• Wrap around verandah with porch swings
• Outdoor bathtubs for bathing under the stars
• An open fire pit
• Plus you can access local in-house experiences such as massage, yoga or a private chef can be organised on request.
Photography credit: Nat Spada from The Palm Co.