Located at 232 Eurambeen-Streatham Rd, 9.4kms from Beaufort, the Eurambeen Historic Homestead is a beautiful, welcoming location. The site is located in historic gardens designed by Edna Walling adding to the feel of serenity and comfort Eurambeen Homestead gives.
The high standards of the Eurambeen Homestead offer comfortable, convenient, and self catering accommodation, all the while respecting the privacy of their guests.
The accommodation includes Mrs Beggs Apartment, The Managers Cottage, and The Old School House. Eurambeen Homestead not only offers accommodation but is also available to host functions and events.
I’ve seen a few things in big cities. I often dace along to the Hare Krishna’s in Melbourne, they are so well, happy 🙂 The Hare Krishna’s song are pretty easy to remember 🙂
I have to say this was my first ever up close happy, clappy christian Car Park Revival meeting. I have to say I was a bit stand off-ish they looked a bit serious and I can never remember the words to those hymns. In the big car park between two supermarkets?, Really? Oh well.
Here are a few pics of the Wood Fired oven that w had built for Sparrows Cafe’s new Kitchen. This is one of a few wood ovens in Beaufort but the only one in a commercial kitchen. The Oven was built using a photo essay of a similar oven built at Moorooduc Estate on Mornington […]
Kate apart from her many talents grows some, a lot actually, tomatoes.
Some we have been do mixed single and mixed varietals of single estate sugo. Black Russians, the big red and the little Red blends. We have also had a crack a t Heather Grandfathers Relish recipe circa 1942. I has come out pretty well 🙂
Here at Sparrows cafe in Beaufort we are all about service.
There is service and then there is service.
It is not always easy to match what people expect as far as service goes. Too nice, sometimes, too aloof other times and hell I thought I treated everyone the same?
Maybe that is the problem, maybe the key to good service is to be manipulative “Match needs with customers!” Maybe insincerity is what it all about. “Darling you are fabulous!”
Maybe we, all of us are customers, are a little out of kilter with our expectations. Acknowledgement, polite respect and listening, from both serving staff & customer, is all that is really needed. Should not be hard but I suppose it involves people and peoples is hard.
My coffee is getting cold, next time.
(Respect and love to Mr James and the Lovely Consort for the photo)