Our three super-king ensuite rooms have been completely refurbished in a contemporary style that is sympathetic to the building's distinguished heritage. Each room has a small outdoor verandah or patio with seating to enjoy the evenings. When you book a downstairs room you will be allocated one of these three rooms based on availability. If you require a fully accessible, wheelchair friendly room, please email us and request Room 2.
To ensure a quality experience for all our guests we do not accept bookings for children under 14 years unless you are booking the entire property.
Canon Staples Hamilton Room: Archdeacon Staples Hamilton served for 21 years as the third vicar of Geraldine between 1899 - 1920 and was instrumental in getting this Vicarage built less than two years after he arrived. This downstairs room was traditionally the large study where the Vicar would hold meetings with parishioners. It opens onto an outdoors courtyard, with a table and two chairs.
Room 2 (wheelchair friendly)
Archdeacon Harold Purchas Room - Fully accessible: Archdeacon Harold Purchas was the fourth vicar of Geraldine, serving ten years between 1920 - 1930. This room is downstairs with French doors opening to the nor-west onto a verandah with a table and two chairs.
Rev. Lawrence Brown Room: The Reverend Lawrence Brown, better known as Parson Brown, was the first vicar of Geraldine, serving seven years between 1862 - 1869. His first lodgings near Woodbury were provided by Alfred Cox. This room is downstairs with a small outdoors courtyard, a table and two chairs and it faces to the nor-east.