Marlo Cottage in regional Beechworth, Victoria is a true Australian experience immersed in both history and charm. This distinctive cottage was once the home of photographer James E Bray, who was renowned for creating the now-famous portraits of the Ned Kelly Gang in these very rooms.
The luxuriously presented 1870’s home spans two levels with three bedrooms, two bathrooms is an exceptional example of a high class and tranquil five-star retreat.
Located right in the heart of Beechworth this upmarket fully self-contained historical home offers romantic accommodation for a couple, a family, or a group of up to six people, next door to the best shops, wine bars and cafes in Beechworth with on street car parking out front and bike storage
This luxuriously renovated 1874 home spans two levels with three queen-sized bedrooms and two bathrooms with the upstairs room being where Beechworth historical photographer J E Bray took famous portraits of the Ned Kelly Gang.