Welcome to Beacon Hill Estate,
Beacon Hill is a special property rich in history and an escape for sojourners over the last 150 years. As the name suggests, Beacon Hill has been a land mark and a light on a hill since early in the 1860’s when Major Robert Paton brought his young family from England via India to make his home here. Throughout the generations visitors to Beacon Hill have recognised the special qualities of peace and tranquillity and inspiration that have become a lasting legacy of the founding families. For more on the Beacon Hill history take a look at our heritage page under about us.
Located in our historic barn on the Beacon Hill property. Our boutique country store is full of gorgeous treasures, come visit Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 – 2pm.
Shabby Chic Market
Looking for gorgeous Shabby Chic items in Nelson? Beacon Hill runs Shabby Chic Markets 4 times a year in an effort to showcase the beautiful Shabby Chic creations made around our region.
Beacon Hill began as a small cob house built in 1852 by Edward Green, it was substantially extended in 1862 by Major Robert Mercer Paton to accommodate his family whom had recently arrived 3rd May from India on board the Lord Worsley.