The Grey House is self-contained, short stay accommodation with a touch of vintage, stylishly restored as a relaxing base for exploring the beautiful Clarence Valley, featuring mid-century and contemporary furniture, original artworks and quality appliances. Fine linen, comfortable robes and eco bathroom products provide a touch of hotel luxury.
The 1880s worker's cottage is in quiet tree-lined heritage precinct, a short stroll to cafes, restaurants, pubs, parks and country stores.
Around the corner is the award-winning regional art gallery and fascinating Schaeffer House museum.
The area's pride and joy and the largest river system on the Eastern seaboard, the Clarence is also literally a stone's throw away. Grafton is the home of the Jacaranda tree and the first city to be established on the North Coast.