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The Best Winery Accommodation In Victoria 2023

By James Shackell

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Wine tours are fun, but they’re less fun for the designated driver.

Someone’s gotta be the responsible one, right? Well, not at these places. These Victorian wineries also double as hotels. No need for buses, designated drivers, or spitting into silver buckets. 

You can guzzle Pinot and sav blanc to your heart’s content, then crash upstairs in a double bedroom with vineyard views.

Here's the top winery accommodation Victoria has to offer in 2023: 

The Mitchelton Hotel


There's a lot to like about the swish hotel attached to the now-famous Nagambie winery. The Mitchelton Hotel is one of the swishest winery accommodations Victoria has right now, with rooms looking over either the sprawling vineyards or the Goulburn River. There's also the on-location winery, restaurant and day spa on offer. 

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Lancemore Milawa


Lancemore is a tranquil country house, deep in Victoria’s high country, surrounded by some of the best vineyards in the state (not to mention the best food). Set up camp in one of the beautiful suites, and spend your days drinking at Brown Brothers next door, or stocking up at the Milawa Cheese Factory.

Seville Estate 


Seville Estate should be top of mind when thinking about Yarra Valley winery accommodation. The Storied winery introduced its very own bookable homestead that offers those with a penchant for wine the chance to sample the goods and rest their heads as close to the vine as possible. 

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Polperro Winery


Polperro is a working, 25-acre winery, tucked among the trees at Red Hill. A few years ago they built a series of luxury private villas. You get a complimentary brekky, a deck with vineyard views, roaring fires and your own personal spa. If you want to absolutely all out—you can book the Farmhouse, which is an extremely chic three-bedroom stay. 

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Jackalope on the Mornington Peninsula has won just about every hotel design award there is in Australia. This isn’t your cute, B&B-style accommodation. It’s more Blade Runner meets The Ritz. Supermod detailing, rain showers, double vanities, custom-made bath products—spend a bit more and you even get a deep-soak Japanese bathtub.

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Lancemore Lindenderry Red Hill


After a day sipping vino at Red Hill cellar doors, this is probably the place you want to rest your head. Luxury Travel Magazine voted Lindenderry one of the most romantic hotels in Australia. We recommend a Balcony Suite or the Garden Room, and make sure to order a hand-packed picnic basket.

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Cape Horn Vineyard


Cape Horn is home to a two-story, five-bedroom vineyard villa complex, and it's pretty sweet. The private suites are all beautifully appointed, but it’s really the setting and the Murray River views that set this place apart. Keep an eye out for live acoustic sessions on the lawn.

Port Phillip Estate


Port Phillip Estate has a renowned cellar door and six luxury suites if you want to spend the night. Expect fancy flourishes like eggshell tubs, Missoni bathrobes and Aesop products in the bathroom, there's even a continental breakfast included. Our tip? Wait till winter. They run discount romance packages during the colder months.

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Crittenden Estate


These are pretty special. Crittenden Estate has built three luxury private villas, each of which sits over a tranquil lake. Park up by the fire, hop into the spa bath or you could fall asleep to the sounds of water lapping outside your window, then wake up to a handmade breakfast hamper, stuffed with local eggs, bacon, tomatoes, Red Hill Muesli, bread, condiments and local Delgrosso apple juice.

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Chateau Yering Hotel


There’s no school like the old school. About an hour out of the CBD, there’s a vineyard that looks like it’s been time-warped straight out of the 19th century. Chateau Yering sits on a 250-acre estate, and it’s got 32 suites which can only be described as ‘regal’. If you’ve seen the movie Marie Antoinette, you’ll know what you’re in for.A 19th-century themed room inside a winery accomodation Victoria spot.



There are only three rooms at Oakdene winery, but they’re going for quality over quantity. Each one comes with breakfast at Mr Grubb (the vineyard’s cafe) and some pretty sweet views. Make sure you spend an afternoon at Oakdene’s ‘Upside-Down’ cellar door. Their Shiraz is very popular for a reason. 

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Balgownie Estate


Private spa baths overlooking the Yarra Valley? This place has got Valentine’s Day written all over it. Start with a trip to the famous Balgownie Cellar Door (the Estate Cabernet Sauvignon and Estate Shiraz are standouts), then chillax in your private suite, with views over the wine lands.

Carrajung Estate 


You probably haven’t heard of Carrajung Estate. It’s a tiny little vineyard in central Gippsland, surrounded by the Strezlecki Ranges, the ninety-mile beach at Woodside and the stunning Tarra Bulga national park. Take your pick from four secluded timber-built cottages. They’re simple but super cute.

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Image credit:  Mitchelton Hotel - Robert Blackburn/VisitVic (supplied) 


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