Sumary of The stunning NSW town named after one of Australia’s worst people:
- Labelled an “entrepreneur” by the Australian Dictionary of Biography, this 45-year-old Scotsman arrived in Sydney to great fanfare in 1842 with a fleet of ships and a self-initiated bank providing bottomless credit, resulting in a staggering land-grab throughout southern Australia.
- “The Lyon Group has a long history with Boydtown, with former managing director Bruce Lyon purchasing the rundown Seahorse Inn in 1975 and embarking on a painstaking, decades-long restoration project.
- Upstairs, six plush and spacious guest suites offer uninterrupted views across glistening Twofold Bay to the town of Eden;
- while another four suites downstairs open onto manicured gardens.