3 Nights for 2 Adults
Lake House sits on the shores of Lake Daylesford, 80 minutes from Melbourne. An expansive property to explore, offering endless activities and opportunities to relax. Enjoy a hit of tennis, a stroll by the lake or recharge in the Argyle Library Bar.
The gardens are filled with sculptures from top artists and outdoor terraces, with native flora and abundant wildlife. The renowned 2 Chef Hat restaurant offers a seasonal Modern Australian menu, adapted to the freshest produce, much of which is grown on The Lake House’s very own Dairy Flat Farm and is matched with an award winning 10,000 bottle cellar. Rustic countryside interiors await within the suites, and the spa offers the perfect chance to pamper yourself.
Offers & Booking
Daylesford Mini Break – Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Package
Prices are per room based on two adults sharing for 3 nights:
Lodge Studio from $2,850
Waterfront Pool Studio from $2,910
Lodge Suite from $3,585
Waterfront Suite from $4,110
Three nights accommodation
Four-course a la carte dinner in the Lake House Restaurant, a two-hatted restaurant, on 2 nights
A sumptuous dinner in your studio or suite on one night complete with cocktails, three courses, sides & wine
Complimentary on-demand in-room movies
Complimentary Mini-bar inclusive of loose leaf teas, Nespresso coffee, local beer, cider, & non-alcoholic refreshments.
Complimentary visit to Daylesford Dairy Flat Farm.
Terms and conditions
- Minimum Stay of 3 Nights required for Mini-Break Package.
- Tours are subject to weather conditions, and reservations are required.
- Pricing based on 20 June 2022.
- Cancellation policy as per Lake House Daylesford
- *Rates are subject to availability and may change without notice. Rates may differ at time of booking due to seasonality, international exchange rates and availability. For additional room types and further information on terms and conditions, please confirm with our Travel Specialists at time of booking
34.5m² Countryside view
Country-style Lodge Studios are individually configured and decorated. Each Studio includes a luxurious bathroom with a European style bath & shower or dual shower, walk-in robe, and an outdoor lounge area with garden or courtyard views. Minibars are stocked with regionally sourced sips and nibbles, our own Daylesford sparkling mineral water, and Nespresso coffee machines. All studios have flat-screen televisions with a selection of cable channels, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth music systems.
Waterfront Pool Studio
30.6m² Lake view
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Daylesford; beautiful Waterfront Pool Studios have some of the best views on the property. Adjacent to and overlooking the solar heated infinity pool – some Studios have immediate private access via their balconies to the pool terrace itself. Perfect for those who love a morning dip or easy access to the main relaxation areas. Others are elevated and overlook the pool waters and serene Spotted Gum terraces towards the lakeshore and rows of silver birch originally planted in 1979.
All Waterfront Pool Studios are recently renovated; indulgently appointed with plush interiors – large comfortable king beds with local woollen throws, wide luxurious sofas and armchairs perfect for relaxing in the afternoon with a little room service or glass of wine whilst watching the sunset over the far side of the lake. Modern ensuites include brightly lit makeup mirrors & dual showers.
Spacious and luxurious, Lodge Suites are all individually decorated and designed with contemporary country interiors. No one is exactly the same. Each Lodge Suite features unique artwork, books, and collectables. Large indulgent ensuites finished in textured stone feature floors with either bath and separate walk-in shower or double European style showers. Bedrooms feature elegant king-sized beds with views to a private courtyard. Large wardrobes provide enough space for long haul travellers. Separate lounge areas include minibar stocked with regionally sourced sips and nibbles, our own Daylesford sparkling mineral water, Nespresso Coffee machines. All suites have flat-screen televisions with a selection of cable channels, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth music systems.
51.5m² Lake view
Each Suite has its own unique décor; the use of soft textural fabrics ensuring that it feels comfortable and luxurious. There are original paintings from resident artist Allan Wolf-Tasker as well as white eggshell bookcases featuring individual pieces from local sculptor Bridget Bodenham and Bronze artist Anthony van der Zweep. Small touches such as birdwatching books help guests to recognize the many beautiful examples of local fauna that can be viewed from the comfort of the suite. Kookaburras, crimson rosellas, kingfisher, yellow-tailed cockatoos, wedge-tailed eagles, geese, swamphens, and more. Binoculars are available also.
Generously proportioned, each suite is individually configured in an open plan layout with a superior king bed and plush lounge area. For those times you don’t want to venture out, each suite has a dining table for two. Ensuites are contemporary with freestanding marble-topped vanity, double spa bath, and separate shower.
A walk-in robe provides plenty of space to unpack for longer stays. For guest convenience there is also a minibar, tea & coffee facilities, TV, charging outlet, Bluetooth enabled sound system, and free Wi-Fi.
About Lake House Daylesford
Lake House is a tranquil retreat that includes rooms and suites in either a waterfront or lodge setting. Six acres of abundant and fruitful gardens extend down to the waters of Lake Daylesford and provide guests with access to the lake’s shore and the Wombat State Forest beyond.
Guests are given the opportunity to explore the grounds and will come upon the Kitchen Garden planted out with herbs and edible flowers. Orchard areas include olives, crabapple, stone fruits, apple, and quince. The earliest plantings of stringy barks, Yunnan and Lombardy poplars, and pin oaks now form a canopy over the site and are populated with rosellas, currajongs, gang gangs, cockatoos, and kookaburras.
A myriad of sculptures and artwork from some of the region’s top artists are dotted around the garden. Extensive outdoor lakefront terraces, or quieter nooks like the pavilion overlooking the full-sized tennis court offer the opportunity for a quiet drink or the pleasure of a leisurely peruse of the papers. A large lounge with an open fire, billiards, and a good selection of reading materials, is a popular destination in cooler weather. A DVD library of classic favourites affords additional opportunities to cocoon and relax indoors.
Lake House Restaurant
The dining room holds 2 chefs hats from the national Good Food Guide and multiple awards for it’s cellar and service. A team passionate about hospitality delivers beautiful, modern, seasonal food matched with wines from one of Australia’s best wine lists and works with great Australian produce including a raft of excellent small scale local suppliers and growers and their own Dairy Flat Farm. The latter with almost 40 acres is located within 10 minutes of the flagship restaurant and includes 5 acres of productive vegetable gardens (where produce is handpicked for morning deliveries) olive grove, heirloom orchard, vineyard and a bake house specializing in slow fermented sourdough for Lake House guests.
The restaurant offers magnificent views through wonderfully large windows to the treetops and shores of the lake. Large expanses of outdoor deck also offer the opportunity for aperitif with beautiful views.
Guests enjoying drinks at dusk will likely witness the daily ritual of the resident kookaburra family flying in to be fed and the flocks of cockatoos circling the 40 year old gums, silver birch and poplars looking for their evening perch.