More than your typical pub, Rose Cottage offers a glimpse into pioneer life in the Canberra region. Historically a part of the Tuggeranong Station, the beautiful buildings are originals from the 1800’s as are the kurrajong trees that still remain.
In search of a good sunday lunch, my family headed to Rose Cottage last weekend and were greatly surprised by this hidden Canberra gem. If you are a typical farmer like my dad the minute you see the lush Kurrajong trees you are already a fan, however the winding paths, colourful roses and rustic beer garden are just a tip of the iceberg on what this place has to offer.
Great for families, kids are encouraged to entertain themselves in the expansive ‘backyard’ and amazing sandpit. This would be perfect for mums who can’t offload the kids but are in need of a girls catchup up over an afternoon high tea, with maybe a hint of champagne.
The venue also offers plenty of space for weddings, birthday parties, babyshowers or family reunions just to name a few.
To see more information head to their website at http://rosecottagecanberra.com/index.html
You might be interested in the free room hire on offer for the month of May 🙂