Blessed with lush forests, verdant rolling hills and stunning mountain vistas.

It comes as no surprise that the Daylesford Macedon Ranges region is home to some unforgettable views. After the crazy few year’s we’ve all had – with far more time than we’d like staring at the same old walls – we could all do with a change of scenery.

So, we’ve hunted down a selection of accommodation options that offer breathtaking views and a sense of escape. Pack your bags…and get ready to be wowed.

Province Lake House, Daylesford

Enjoy your own private paradise on Lake Daylesford at the luxurious Province Lake House. Here, serenity is imbued within the very foundations of this stunning lakeside house. Accommodating up to 10 guests across five luxurious bedrooms, this property provides direct access to Lake Daylesford and is only a short walking distance to the heart of town.

Lumella, Bullarto

Lumella is an architect-designed getaway for those seeking a private and peaceful rural escape. Located on Dolphins Hill on the border of Musk and Bullarto, Lumella sits on 20 acres atop the Great Dividing Range. Perfect for couples, this stylish retreat commands panoramic views as far as the eye can see, providing an ever-changing living canvas, breathtaking throughout each season.

Musk Farm Studio, Musk

Situated in an idyllic rural setting, surrounded by lush pastures and rolling hills, Musk Farm Studio was inspired and created by the famed designer Stuart Rattle. This wonderfully cosy and aesthetically stunning one-bedroom cottage features large hexagonal shaped windows, looking out over the surrounding beautiful Musk Farm gardens, to which guests are given exclusive access.

Gisborne Peak Winery, Gisborne

Gisborne Peak Winery is home to four self-contained, off-grid cottages that sit perched above the vineyard. The private decks of each cottage are the ideal location to take in the sweeping views as you sip on wines made from the very vines you are overlooking. The winery cellar door is just a short stroll down the hill where you can indulge in wood-fired pizzas and other tasty treats.

Lancemore Macedon Ranges, Lancefield

Set upon 274 acres of lush vineyards,Lancemore Macedon Ranges offers extraordinary views of the surrounding countryside. Rolling hills stretch as far as the eye can see, over the estate vineyard and dams, with resident mobs of kangaroos or flocks of rosellas stopping by to graze on the lawn. This luxurious property features 71 guest rooms, a lookout bar, campfire and plunge pool, plus lots more.

Goldie Views, Goldie

Custom designed to emulate a barn loft, and completely self-contained, Goldie Views offers stunning treetop and lake views from the upstairs balcony. Located on a small beef cattle farm within the Macedon Ranges, this architecturally designed couples retreat is surrounded by 74 acres of private fields and woodlands.

Campbell House, Castlemaine 

From the regal lounge room to the historic finishing and antique furniture, a stay at Campbell House will transport you to an aristocratic manor from another time. The upstairs balcony and bedrooms boast commanding views over the town of Castlemaine. Freshly renovated and restored to its former glory, this majestic mansion features nine bedrooms.

Ironbark, Maldon 

Find yourself truly immersed in nature at Ironbark. This stylish 3-bedroom retreat is nestled between a private ironbark eucalyptus forest and farmland, a short drive or walk from the historic gold mining township of Maldon. Floor to ceiling glass doors and windows provide you with your own private viewing of the surrounding forest, where you can spot kangaroos, wallabies and echidnas.

Lawson Lodge Country Estate, Macedon

Situated on 53 acres of rolling hills, Lawson Lodge is surrounded by national park, with amazing panoramic views of Mount Macedon. You are given exclusive access to this luxury 9-bedroom Californian mountain lodge, which sleeps up to 24 guests and includes access to a private 9-hole golf course.

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Madeleine is the PR manager at Daylesford Macedon Tourism and the editor of Daylesford Macedon Life magazine. A Woodend local, she loves getting out and about meeting with tourism operators and helping to spread the word about the many amazing things to do in the region. On the weekends, Madeleine can be found exploring the region with her three young kids in tow.