Best Grampians Accommodation
If you have plans to stay in the Grampians any time soon, you’re in luck! The Best’s team has compiled a list of the top places to stay while you’re in our neighborhood. It goes without saying that you should include a visit to Best’s historic cellar door on your must-do list.
This award-winning luxury retreat is for adults only and is situated on a secluded property in the Halls Gap area. Choose to stay in villas or bungalows, each boasting its own spa and log fire. The views take in the surrounding wildlife and breathtaking green life.
DULC – it stands for Down Under Log Cabins. These architect-designed cabins are either single- or double-storey, and camouflage with the surrounding natural bush land. Rough-sawn timbers and polished concrete with wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows make each cabin a thoroughly modern yet private place to enjoy the seclusion of this natural wonderland.
Grampians Motel is set on parkland in peaceful surroundings and is perfect for those planning on visiting Grampians National Park. The accommodation options suit all holidaymakers, whether you’re a family or a couple on a romantic weekend. All rooms have stunning uninterrupted views of the mountain ranges. Experience wildlife at your front door. You can see kangaroos, emu, echidna, deer and various bird varieties. For larger groups, the Bellfield Two-Bedroom Studio has full cooking facilities with a large deck. Ideal for a family of up to six guests.
Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park
Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park offers breathtaking views of the mountains. See an abundance of Australian wildlife. Enjoy your stay at spacious powered campsites, with excellent facilities. There are a wide variety of cabin accommodation options and a very warm welcome! The perfect base to explore the Grampians. Have a dip in the woodfire heated outdoor pool and enjoy a campfire at night.
Mr & Mrs Hemley are two cottages that can be booked separately or as one and operated by Viv and Chris’s daughter Yvette. Book Mr Hemley. Book Mrs Hemley.
Nestled in the heart of Grampians National Park, Mr. Hemley offers a romantic retreat for couples seeking both tranquility and adventure. This idyllic getaway invites you to immerse yourselves in nature’s beauty and each other’s company.
Magdala Motor Lodge
Magdala Motor Lodge is 4km from the centre of Stawell and 15km from Halls Gap. Set back from the Western Highway, this lodge makes a quiet rural haven. With loads of wildlife and the majestic River Red Gum trees surrounding your views. The lodge also boats a fully licensed restaurant, indoor heated pool and spa. Walk alongside the lake on the 800m walking track, or play on the tennis court. There are conference and meeting room facilities.
Comfort Inn Goldfields
Comfort Inn Goldfields is located in the historic gold-producing town of Stawell. About 15 minutes from Halls Gap and Grampians National Park. This accommodation makes a perfect overnight stop for long-distance travellers on the Western Highway. Or used as a base to explore the fantastic Grampians and Western Victoria. Discover waterfalls, bush walks, wildflowers, sightseeing, wineries, gold fossicking and exploring historic townships.
Lake Fyans Holiday Park
With over 31 acres of land directly beside Lake Fyans. Lake Fyans Holiday Park offer wide range of accommodation for all family sizes. From bush style camping to deluxe lake side cabins there are accommodation options for all budgets. The holiday park also enjoys easy access to Lake Fyans. A short stroll can get you to the waters edge. Where water skiing, water play, fishing, kayaking, swimming or just lazing on a white sandy beach awaits!
Vine Lodge Homestead at Seppelt Winery
Fancy staying somewhere historic? Vine Lodge is a homestead on the grounds of Seppelt Winery. It has hosted a number of dignitaries including Mark Twain, Dame Nelly Melba and Australia’s first Governor General, Lord Hopetoun. This place was originally built in the 1800s and has not lost any of its beauty or charm. It accommodates seven guests with its three bedrooms and had ample room for visitors to wander through its well-manicured grounds.
Best’s Cottage (Seppelt)
Best’s Cottage is part of the historic Seppelt Winery precinct. It’s the original 1860s home of Best’s Wines family member Joseph Best. The cottage adjoins the magnificent Vine Lodge and the historic Seppelt Winery and Underground Drives. The cottage has a kitchenette, with toaster, microwave and kettle, but does not feature a cooking facility. A barbecue and shared bathroom are provided. The cottage is close to the Grampians National Park. Best’s Cottage is located in the centre of the Grampians wine region with great views of the surrounding vineyards.
This historic cottage is situated right next door to Salingers Café. Which makes for a handy stop-in for lunch and dinner (don’t miss the chicken and leek pie!). Friendly staff at the cafe will answer any questions guests may have about the accommodation or the local area. The cottage itself is very spacious and makes a great option for families or a group of friends travelling together.
Westgate Vineyard & Country House B&B
Looking for somewhere to stay close to Best’s cellar door? Westgate Vineyard & Country House is a 10-minute drive on a working farm of 280 hectares with sheep, cattle and horses. It makes a beautiful place to stay while you’re in our neck of the woods. The B&B is a generously sized, comfortable place to stay and boasts glorious views of the region facing east to make the most of the morning sun and the vineyard views below with the Pyrenees Ranges beyond.
Royal Mail Hotel
The Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld is a local institution. Located only a one-hours drive from Best’s with a glorious kitchen garden and variously sized hotel rooms. Ranging from simply furnished garden rooms, through to deluxe mountain view rooms. Self-contained apartments that take advantage of the stunning natural surroundings. Mt Sturgeon Homestead, located on a nearby working sheep farm. Is a six-bedroom accommodation option available through the Royal Mail Hotel with adjoining stone cottages that showcase region’s history. Don’t forget to book your dinner at Royal Mail. Choose a bottle or two from the restaurant’s extensive wine list featuring museum Best’s wines.
Mt William Station is where country charm meets contemporary elegance in a historic boutique homestead. Surrounded by the boundless beauty of the Grampians, the 19th Century estate has been restored to its former glory following a 2022 renovation. It still exudes the nostalgia of the pioneering Australian spirit with a heritage homestead that sits among a picturesque five-acre garden. It’s a magical setting perfect for unwinding and relaxing away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Laze by the pool, play tennis or stop and appreciate the small things in the rose garden. After full days, relax with a drink by the log fire or gather together for a meal in the country kitchen prepared by our private head chef. With endless activities and local sites, this is truly a unique country experience.