Alexandra, Victoria Accommodation
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Mittagong Homestead and Cottages is a unique private country retreat offering quality self-contained cottage accommodation. Enjoy your choice of 3 luxury cottages, all with spas, log fires and great views. The property facilities include a tennis court, swimming pool. Breakfasts are included in tariffs and a generous breakfast hamper is provided including cereals, farm fresh eggs, bacon, multigrain bread, blueberry muffins, juice, milk and real coffee Situated just 90 minutes out of Melbourne, it's a peaceful setting for a weekend getaway or short break to shed urban fatigue. The Region itself is bountiful with activities, and is a central point for many attractions, Lake Eildon and Mitchelton Winery to name a couple. Mittagong was selected by Good Weekend as one of its `52 Best Weekend Getaways and has been featured in Vogue Living, Country Style and Holidays and Honeymoons magazines.
Hotel built in the late 1860's, a friendly atmosphere with excellent meals, great choice of wines local and other areas, friendly staff always willing to assist - accommodation available - air conditioned in summer and warm log fires for those chilly winter nights. "Not just your average pub meal"
Agriculture and Tourism centre. Nearby Goulburn River for trout fishing and visit the Lake Eildon National Park. Excellent walking trails.
A busy, good sized town boasting four hotels and supermarket and major shopping strip, Alexandra is located at the far reaches of the Maroondah Hwy (B360) and on the Goulburn Valley Highway (B340). Not far south, there are spectacular views of the Cathedral Ranges at adjacent towns of Taggerty (to Buxton) along Maroondah Highway. There are considerable fine old buildings at the western end of the main street, and good historical information to be found there.
Visitor information free call 1800 652298
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