To kick off 2023 in style, interior stylist Steve Cordony is opening the doors to his Rosedale Farm property for an exclusive Easter getaway.

Rosedale Farm Estate
? Rosedale Farm Estate

Design lovers can enjoy the ultimate Easter holiday in style, with an exclusive Airbnb stay at interior and lifestyle stylist Steve Cordony’s idyllic Rosedale Farm estate.

Steve is inviting residents of Australia to his historic Rosedale Farm property for a four-night stay from Thursday 6 April to Monday 10 April, for $25 AUD* per night.

Dating back to 1877, Rosedale Farm is a restored estate located just 7 kilometres from Orange in the central tablelands of New South Wales.

A country stay to be remembered, Rosedale Farm’s main homestead features six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a formal dining room, lounge, library and kitchen. The homestead and two farm stays are positioned amongst the estate’s lavish, lushly landscaped gardens.

Every guestroom at Rosedale Farm has been individually designed by Steve in his signature contemporary European style, layered with an Italian farmhouse sensibility, creating a uniquely luxurious accommodation in the heart of the countryside.

As one of Australia’s leading interior and lifestyle stylists, Steve is passionate about design as a means of bringing people together to create memories with loved ones. His renovation journey of Rosedale Farm amassed a significant following, with many Aussies inspired by the impeccable attention to detail, subtle nods to the property’s heritage, and mix of both contemporary and antique furnishings.

“I created Rosedale Farm with the goal of turning this incredible historic property into a one-of-a-kind destination for guests to connect and create memories in. I love the unique and personalised experiences Airbnb Hosts offer their guests, whether it be fresh flowers throughout the home or a bottle of Champagne to kick off the celebrations, and Rosedale Farm is filled with special touches. I am thrilled to partner with Airbnb on hosting an unforgettable four-night stay this Easter.”

Throughout the past two years, many Australians found comfort in exploring their own backyards and discovering the natural beauty found across Australia. Regional bookings now make up almost 30 percent of nights booked on Airbnb in Australia, and when comparing the second quarter of 2022 with the pre-pandemic second quarter of 2019, regional bookings are up about 60 percent in Australia.

Among all the unique types of listings in Australia, from tiny homes, lighthouses, and even trains, farm stays are the most booked category, with nights booked in these types of listings growing by over 60 per cent since 2019 as of Q3, 2022.

With Orange a must-visit NSW destination, this Easter season is the perfect time to explore the region and the many attractions that make it so special, including the wine and produce on offer and support local hosts while injecting much-needed tourism dollars to help support small businesses and local economies.

Susan Wheeldon, Airbnb’s Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, said, “We are excited to partner with Steve to create something truly special at Rosedale Farm and highlight the benefits of rural tourism. We have so much beauty in our backyard here in Australia, from beachside towns on the Queensland coastline to a country escape in regional New South Wales, there are incredible locations around the country where Hosts make it possible for loved ones to bond and reconnect this Easter.”

The unforgettable Steve Cordony four night Easter country getaway is open for bookings on February 27 at 9am AEDT from and can be booked on a first come first serve basis.