Chateau Yering Hotel – the grand matriarch of the region located in the heart of the Yarra Valley.
Chateau Yering Hotel offers you the most tranquil, perhaps romantic, Yarra Valley accommodation. Proudly taking pride of place on the 250-acre estate overlooking the Yarra River, this stunning heritage property dating from 1854, is the perfect place to explore the vineyards, fruit farms, villages and stunning scenery this region is famous for.
Accommodation at Chateau Yering Hotel provides 32 suites, each decorated in a unique style to showcase a range of antique furniture and fine art. All are presented with large white marble ensuite and expansive private balcony.
Eleonore’s Restaurant, named after one of the Yarra Valley’s pioneers, is an elegant, fine dining room enjoyed by guests of the hotel and visitors celebrating special occasions.
The light-filled atrium and more spontaneous atmosphere of Sweetwater Café is a social centre for local residents and winemakers and retreat for Melbourne’s day trippers exploring the cellar doors of the Yarra Valley.
Your choice of dining complemented by outstanding Yarra Valley wines stored perfectly in the original home’s historic cellar built in 1840.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
All rates include a cooked and continental breakfast for two people. Complimentary parking, bottled water daily and WiFi.
Three Stable Suites were lovingly created from the heritage listed historic stable now off a private wing from the main house. This 35 sqm (374 sq ft) suite is furnished to reflect the property’s heritage with a large antique four poster bed and sitting area. Full length doors open to a North East faced patio and gardens offering glorious morning sunshine. Winter chill is attended to with functional large open log fire (available April 30th–October 31st) ideal for a cosy alongside your favourite person in the world and long afternoons savouring the finest of wines from the Yarra Valley. Your experience can only get better with a sink deep into the spa bath within the beautiful marble bathroom.
On entering the Yarra Suite you are immediately drawn through the bedroom into the adjacent lounge room by the magnificent view across the estate, Yering Station and the impressive structure of Domain Chandon in the distance. Welcome to the Yarra Valley. Located on the front corner of the hotel the covered wrap-around balcony provides even further accessibility to take in the surrounds. Your spacious 48 sqm (522 sq ft) suite is arguable the most beautiful accommodation available in the region, if not all of Melbourne, furnished personally by Elly Milner with stunning antiques and fine art. Prior to dinner relax in the white marble ensuite bathroom with a large walk-in shower or, more favourably, an over-sized spa bath.
The signature Yering Suite is the only accommodation in the original home. Private access up the stairs from the main house opens to an exclusive 60 sqm (651 sq ft) apartment size suite without compromise and without adjacent suites. This stunning split-level space offers a separate sleeping area furnished with an antique half-tester bed and the finest appointed marble ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet. The separated large lounge room complete with gas log fireplace is a retreat unto itself. Both the bedroom and lounge each have a Juliette balcony providing access to the outdoors vantage point to take in views across the Yarra Valley and the hotel grounds below.
A Melba suite is your retreat from the world. This large 38sqm (406 sqft) one bedroom suite provides a king size bed and is exquisitely furnished with antiques and fine art. During daylight enjoy the abundance of natural light or exit out onto your own balcony or a veranda and take in the gardens and views out over the Yarra Valley beyond. Retreat then to your sitting area or enjoy a long hot relax in your claw foot bath within the elegant marble bathroom surrounds.
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