History

The Coach and Horses Guest House

The long-term objective of The Coach and Horses Guest House (Coach and Horses), is to become the finest preference on Paradise Bay, Sydney, for temporary lodging, through the creation of a differentiated experience that capitalizes on personal service, the historical British nature of the Coach House’s construction, and its unique location in one of Australia’s most cosmopolitan cities. We plan to create something more than just a guesthouse. We are determined to establish an environment that is dedicated to pampered luxury, and which vastly surpasses the standard fare for Paradise Bay.
The Coach and Horses Guest House is an established guesthouse, which has been operating throughout the past five years as The Ploughman’s Bed and Breakfast. After its possession, and after a short period of establishment, the Coach and Horses will diverse into a variety of other business ventures that will guarantee a steady flow of patrons, both locals and tourists, through its doors.
Originally built in the 1860s, and believed to have been one of the first coach stations to carry the Royal Mail, the Coach and Horses has a deep historical history that is clearly evident within the construction of the building and the magnificent gardens that surround it. The structure has benefited from a major restoration program, which has effectively re-established the building’s original composition, thus creating the potential of six large rental units, and four smaller units, with owner-occupancy in a separate unused building.
The creation of a "home away from home," which is often far more palatial and beautiful than a

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