Macedon Ranges Accomodation
Where to stay in the Macedon Ranges
From a pub in Woodend to a curated guesthouse in the heart of Kyneton. A luxury farmstay in the hills of the Cobaw Ranges. To a secluded mountain retreat with views to Hanging Rock.
Accommodation in the Macedon Ranges is all about choice.
The Macedon Ranges consists of nine unique villages
Choose from nine unique and creative villages in the Macedon Ranges, joined by scenic pastoral landscapes. Find accommodation set in opulent landscaped gardens, or rooms with views of the untamed bush and amazing natural wildlife. You can keep it simple, or have every creature comfort your heart could ever desire.
Bed and breakfast options can place you right in the heart of a historic village, or stay at a property further afield with incredible natural views. Families and larger groups can be accommodated in the region’s many self-contained houses. There are also plenty of pet-friendly places to stay. See below some of the accommodation options we recommend in the Macedon Ranges.
Carefully chosen quality stays in the Macedon Ranges and Central Victorian Goldfields region. Just over an hour from Melbourne, Flophouse offers a choice of intimate in-town cottages to spacious rural properties. Learn more
Dairy Flat Farm
The new property from the Wolf-Tasker family and the team behind the iconic Lake House, Daylesford.
A serviced Lodge with six private suites, bake house, productive farm, olive grove and vineyard – just 10 minutes from Daylesford, 90 minutes from Melbourne. The 38-acre regenerative farm, set amid rolling hills in the hamlet of Musk, seven kilometres from Daylesford, features an extensive and productive vegetable garden, a vineyard, established olive grove and an orchard of 350 heritage fruit trees. The European-style Lodge, complete with a cellar has been exquisitely decorated with custom-made furniture and offers luxurious accommodation for up to 12 guests. Learn more