Rutherglen, Victoria Accommodation
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Admurraya House is situated in a quiet street and an easy 5 mins stroll to the shops and restaurants in Rutherglen. Admurraya House consists of 2 Bedrooms with queen size beds decorated with beautiful linen. The lounge can also be closed off to make a third.
Golden Chain Wine Village Motor Inn (rated AAA 3½ star) is your ideal base to enjoy Rutherglen's famous wineries and the surrounding areas like Beechworth and Yackandandah.
We are conveniently located opposite Tuileries Restaurant and Rutherglen Estate Cellar door, a short stroll will take you to boutique shops and many more restaurants and cafes. Relax in one of our 16 spacious ground floor rooms, by the salt water pool or in the gardens.
We have several different room configurations to meet your needs which include a spa suite, disabled and family rooms. Enjoy facilities like room service breakfast, free pay TV, minibar, WiFi or a BBQ in the gardens during your stay.
Motel Woongarra is a comfortable, quality and affordable Motel in the heart of Rutherglen, which offers 12 spacious units including 2 family units with king and queen size beds, cable TV with 8 channels, split system R/V cycle air conditioning and heating.
You are welcome to relax under shade sails by our large in-ground pool, take a dip in the warmer weather and enjoy a barbeque and a glass of local wine in our excellent courtyard and award winning gardens. Ask us about our sensational bed & breakfast packages or our Indulgent Weekend Getaway.
Join Pam & Leon on either a Rolls Royce or Stetch Limousine Winery tour individually designed to meet your requirements. We look forward to meeting you.
Poachers Paradise Hotel Motel
Built in 1860 as the Golden Ball. Renamed the Rutherglen Hoptel in 1863 and also operated as a booking office for coaches bound for Melbourne and other destinations in the area.
The two-storey section at the front was added in 1924.
Wayne and Joanne welcome you to the historic Poachers Paradise Hotel in the heart of North East Victoria's World Famous Wineries. Have a chat to the locals in the bar, relax in the Beer Garden or enjoy a delicious homemade meal from the Poachers Bistro with a great bottle of local wine or cold glass of beer. The service is first class and country friendly.
Modern, comfortable motel rooms. Breakfast available 7 days Our Bistro is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner Special occasions are catered for Conferencing and meeting room facilities available for your business or organisation ROOM FEATURES: All units are non-smoking Spa Suites (two) Family 2 bedroom units Guest Laundry with washing machine and dryer Evening meals available 7 days per week Golf at the Rutherglen Golf Course just a brisk 1km walk (clubs & buggies supplied if needed) Austar Remote control TV Mini Bar Room Service- breakfast, lunch & dinner Air Conditioning Jug, toaster, tea & coffee Hair Dryers Direct Dial telephone Wireless internet Iron & board in each room Disabled room
Information on Rutherglen, VIC
Victorias premier wine region, Australias oldest, and a popular tourism destination. Established in the 1850's
"Sydney may have a nice harbour, but Rutherglen has a Great Port! " is the caption you face upon entering the Rutherglen Township, a town renowned for its fortified wines, particularly Muscats. The town is full of fine wineries, but there are some notable Pubs too.
High on the outskirts of town, there is a water tower in the shape of a Wine Bottle. As depicted on the wall of the bottle, the Water Tower was first built in 1900. With the arrival of the reservoir nearby, the bottle, with its water tank built in at the top, became a secondary water supply in an emergency, but has since been relieved of that duty.
In 1969, the Wine Festival Committee constructed the 18cwt steel mesh 'bottle' top as an iconic replica of a wine bottle to promote the annual wine festival in the area, and is seen from miles around.
Anybody with some creative thoughts on how to raise the some funding to keep this great icon in good shape would do well to contact the Rutherglen Wine Region Tourism group at the Wine Experience - where the Information Centre is located at the Eastern end of the main street of the town (The roundabout). The town is presently keen to refurbish the Bottle, but may entail some hefty expenses in the order of $150,000 to sort out some construction issues. Now, you can't let an icon like this vanish....... can you!"
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