Alloway Bank

Alloway Bank combines the best of history and rural life, just a 7 km drive from Bathurst CBD. The homestead and cottages form an estate set in leafy gardens on a 40-acre rural property with expansive views over gently undulating farmland.

Two hundred years ago, Captain John Piper was granted 2000 acres, which he named Alloway Bank after a village in his native Scotland, birthplace of poet Robert Burns. Piper finished the stables by 1829, and now the grooms’ quarters have been transformed into a comfortable, contemporary two-bedroom cottage that sleeps 4 adults, with separate lounge, bathroom, kitchen and sunny deck with ramp access. The Suttors built a new homestead 150 years ago, in 1872.

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P: 0400 674 466

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