Friday and Saturday night offer
Relax at Bella Loft, a self-contained studio apartment for two located in the heart of Woodend, home of the wonderful Woodend Winter Arts Festival.
Help yourself to the complimentary tea, coffee and fresh fruit provided on your arrival, and enjoy the light, open feel created by the contemporary design and the balcony overlooking the private courtyard.
Take a stroll down beautiful High Street and admire the magnificent old gum trees. Roam the Village with its wide range of cafés, restaurants and speciality produce, craft and clothing shops. Drop in to Holgates Brewhouse and sample their range of boutique ales and lagers. Dine out in style or shop locally and utilise the fully equipped kitchen.
Visit the Hanging Rock Reserve and find out about the history, mystery and geology of the Rock and surrounding areas at the Hanging Rock Discovery Centre.
And do not miss the opportunity to take in some of the 47 plus vineyards and wineries in the region. For any further information please contact Bella Loft.
Standard rate Sunday - Friday $270 Saturday is $280 for one night. Two nights $530, Seven nights $1,493. Monthly 28 days $3,447 days
Bella Loft is a self-contained studio apartment located in the heart of Woodend. Explore the Macedon Regional Park, home to over 400 species of native plants and 200 species of birds, and check out the spectacular view from the Memorial Cross at the summit of Mount Macedon. And Mount Macedon Village, with its grand homes and gardens, is well worth a visit, particularly during the Open Gardens months of April and November. A 15-minute drive will take you to the picturesque gold rush town of Trentham, located on the edge of the Wombat State Forest, where you can enjoy the spectacular scenery at Trentham Falls, the longest single drop waterfall in Victoria, plunging some 32 metres over basalt columns. Then pay a visit to the famous RedBeard Bakery and Café, with its nineteenth-century, wood-fired Scotch oven and delicious sourdough goodies.
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