Daylesford is the perfect weekend getaway, but if you really want to spoil yourself, take an extended break and stay for the week to truly get a sense of what a cosy B&B home away from home can offer.
You, your friends or your family can indulge in the natural springs when you next visit Hepburn, the trendy hangouts and enjoy the nature treks too. You can find many unique and interesting things to do all within walking distance of most of our properties, or take a short drive around town to find the local treasures. With wineries, breweries and a string of local pubs there are plenty of venues to celebrate special moments or relax in style or comfort - take your pick.
For the adventure, check out the local walking and bike trails, hire a canoe, take a game of golf, or even hire a hot air balloon. The organic foodies, and arts and crafts lovers will appreciate the Daylesford markets or the 7 day Mill Markets which often feels like a trendy historical village where you are sure to find items you too had from your childhood, it's a great place to take the kids before heading off to the chocolate mill for coffees and hot chocolates.
There are many award-winning restaurants, cafes and shops. It is home to an arts and crafts precinct that includes the Daylesford Spa, Railway Museum and Hepburn Mineral Springs Retreat. There are also many natural wonders including Box Forest Conservation Park with its cathedral-like gum trees or Mount Eckersley for spectacular views of the region - the perfect reason to visit Daylesford for a day trip or weekend away.
Located in the "natural amphitheatre" of Central Victoria, Hepburn Springs is a resort town with natural springs. Daylesford and Hepburn are about 108km northwest of Melbourne close to the Great Dividing Range. The Hepburn Springs Reserve is a 30-hectare enclosure in the town of Hepburn Springs, Victoria. The area features several mineral springs that have been used for drinking and bathing since the 1860s. The springs are a highlight for people who visit Hepburn Shire - and it is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register and forms part of Hepburn Regional Park.