Planetrees Estate is a rare find for discerning travellers. Planetrees offer you luxury, self-catering accommodation set within a magnificent, two-hectare garden located in the green foothills of Victoria’s High Country, just 10 minutes’ drive from historic Beechworth.
Choose between the unique log-and-earth Eco-Lodge ( four generous bedrooms sleep up to 10 guests) – or the romantic Arts Suite: perfect for two and located within a Tuscan-styled villa. Combined, Planetrees offers accommodation for up to 14 adults.
The garden features a 16-metre natural swimming pool set into a lily-covered lake, giant chess, bocci court, an array of gloriously planted garden ‘rooms’ and plenty of rambling space.
The Lodge has a gourmand's kitchen and the iconic Stanley Pub serves great bistro food within 10 minute’s walk away. Venture into Beechworth to try the regions many fine wines, plentiful and celebrated cuisine and sophisticated shopping.
Planetrees Estate is perfectly located for exploring a chain of characterful, historic towns. It is within easy access to a huge network of cycle and bushwalking tracks. The North East offers spectacular scenery for adventurers and the snow fields are only 90 minutes away.
This retreat is so magic you will wish you could stay all week.
Standard rate for two guests - $280 per night. Standard rate for up to eight guests - $750 per night. Peak rates apply. Extra foldout beds available.
The Lodge has four bedrooms: three with king beds and one queen bedroom. All or any of the king beds can be set up as singles (twin rooms). For extra people there are two quality fold out beds set up on the large upper floor landing. There is a cot in one of the king bedrooms. The Lodge has two full bathrooms (one on each level) and another toilet . A fully fitted, gourmand's kitchen and open plan dining and living room. Outdoor covered dining for 10 people.
The Arts Suite is perfect for couples wanting a relaxing escape away. Arts Suite can accommodate up to four people.
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