Experience staying in an authentic heritage listed stone cottage built in the 1850’s

‘Frauenfelder Cottage’ is one of Albury’s oldest dwellings. This charming stone cottage was built in 1857 and is the only known remaining pise building in the area.

Built by the Frauenfelder family, it was originally set within a vineyard, and then later a dairy, it is now nestled in the leafy central suburb of North Albury, 

a short 5 minute drive or 15 minute walk to the city centre.

The cottage itself is set well back from the street flanked on three sides by covered verandahs, and is set amongst a spacious cottage garden, perfect for a relaxing stay.

There is ample off street parking and a secure fenced yard. Pets are welcome.

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