I was born and bred on a farm near Geraldine and grew up in the Geraldine district. Over six generations, the Barker family have been strong supporters of the community and its institutions, if not regular with our attendance at Church. I knew the last eight Vicars, some better than others, and some were family friends. The Church was once the focal point of small rural communities like Geraldine. I’m not sure that these connections properly qualify us to own a Vicarage but they do provide an association and a respect which has made the renovation all the more poignant. These Vicars were “called to serve” their communities and there is no question, they all helped to make Geraldine a better place. Michael Barker
Gosh, where do we start? We have travelled a lot and lived overseas, so can confidently say we have stayed at different types of accommodation over the years. Put quite simply, The Vicarage would be one of the best we have ever had the privilege to stay at. We loved reading the history with the...
J & R
Amazing establishment and history! The rooms are beautiful and has so many thoughtful touches. We had a very comfortable stay and would come back again!
What a wonderful stay. From the moment you walk in the front door you can tell that this place is special and finished to the highest of standards. Our room, the Rev'd John Hayhoe room and adjourning sitting room was beautiful with the most amazing views over the little town of Geraldine...
Sharon & Rob Bradley