Casa Luna offers stylish accommodation and beautiful food for the sophisticated traveller in the King Valley.
King and queen suites are located in stunning, architect-designed buildings, with two lounge areas, plus patio seating or private balconies. Stylish interiors with quality amenities, large flat screen televisions, iPod docks and pure cotton linen. All rooms are air-conditioned, with an open fire for winter in the dining room, and a stylish wall-fire feature in the kings lounge.
Beautiful Italian food is a feature of Casa Luna. Breakfasts and dinners are served in the stunning glass-walled dining room, or in the alfresco wood-fired dining kitchen - La Piazza. Wine-matched dinners are a speciality, showcasing King Valley and Italian wines. Casa Luna are Slow Food members and are proud to feature local, seasonal produce.
Other activities include bocce with Prosecco and lessons, a wall of books in the lounge, plus an eclectic selection of DVDs.
Local attractions include family-operated King Valley cellar doors, walking in the Alpine National Park, cycling on quiet country roads, fishing, plus special interest towns including Bright, Beechworth and Milawa Gourmet Region. Alternative dining options include The Mountain View Hotel, plus winery restaurants at Dal Zotto's, Chrismont and Brown Brothers.
Prices range from weekday queen suite rates to king suite Friday and Saturday rates.
Warmly decorated in muted browns, luxuriously comfortable queen beds, pure cotton bed linen, modern bathroom with walk-in shower and a bowl sink that is a work of art. Lovely views through your French doors, or from your patio table. Private entrances. Single roll-in bed available.
The new king suites are in a stunningly designed building, separate from the main building. The king suites come with their own private balconies, and share a lovely light-flooded lounge. Facilities include large flat-screens, television with DVD player, iPod dock, as well as luxuriously comfortable king beds with pure cotton linen, plunger coffee and Twinings leaf tea, local alpine mineral water, waffle weave bathrobes, and European amenities. Rooms look out over a lovely valley view. A short stroll on a path over the grass leads to the dining room for breakfast and dinners, or to La Piazza, the outdoor wood-fired kitchen with its beautiful communal table.
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