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The Moyhu Hotel in the King Valley has been renovated and reinvigorated by its new owners, Glen Merkel, his wife Melissa and his sister Jillian Merkel.

Moyhu is situated half way between Wangaratta and Whitfield, a perfect spot to start your King Valley wine experience. The Hotel features a welcoming public bar and a dining room serving fantastic, fresh pub classics.

The historic accommodation out the back of the Hotel has seven cosy little rooms with shared facilities and a wonderful communal entertaining area.

The Moyhu Hotel is also the home of Merkel Wines. Winemaker, Glen, did not have a cellar door for his estate grown wines, so he bought a pub instead.

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Price & booking

Price

$95.00

Mid week discounts apply for multi night bookings and trades people

Double Rooms

Facilities include shared bathrooms with a bath, shower and toilet, breakfast room with a refrigerator, microwave, tea and coffee facilities and a television. The accommodation area features a big communal area for entertaining along with a breakfast room. The space is perfect for family events and sporting groups. There are five double rooms available.

Twin Rooms

Facilities include shared bathrooms with a bath, shower and toilet, breakfast room with a refrigerator, microwave, tea and coffee facilities and a television. The accommodation area features a big communal area for entertaining along with a breakfast room. The space is perfect for family events and sporting groups. There are two twin rooms available.

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Facilities:
  • Bar
  • BBQ facilities
  • Communal lounge
  • Communal refrigerator
  • Communal shower
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Restaurant - licensed
Memberships:
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
Accessibility:

  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
  • Suitable for guests with a hearing impairment, from mild hearing loss to profoundly deaf