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Glen Erin awarded 2016 Guest Review Award

»Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in Accommodation, Function & Events, News & Events, Restaurant & Cellar Door | Comments Off on Glen Erin awarded 2016 Guest Review Award

Glen Erin awarded 2016 Guest Review Award

  Glen Erin at Lancefield is pleased to announce it has just been awarded a 2016 Guest Review Award from Booking.com. The award is recognition of the hard work, dedication and superior level of customer service the Glen Erin team have shown to our guests, and from our guests reviews we have earned this award. Booking.com receives more than 100 million reviews to its site, it then analyses a huge amount of data to ensure that properties are offering guests the best experiences and also receive the recognition they deserve. Booking.com ensure that only verified reviews appear on their site and that properties receiving regular reviews with an average score of 8 or above receive the Guest Review Award.     We are very proud of the recent recognition...

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Glen Erin awarded 2017 Gold List Star Ratings Australia’s

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Glen Erin awarded 2017 Gold List Star Ratings Australia’s

Glen Erin at Lancefield has been listed on Star Ratings Australia’s Gold List of Australian Accommodation for the Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges area, making it one of the best accommodation providers in the country. The Gold List of Australian Accommodation compiles reviews of Star Rated properties from hundreds of websites including Expedia, Facebook, booking.com and Google to find the best accommodation as rated by travellers. It includes six categories of accommodation: hotels, hosted accommodation, self-catering, motels, caravan-holiday parks and serviced apartments, which are listed nationally as well as by state, capital city and region to allow travellers to find the best accommodation, anywhere in the country. Glen Erin pride’s itself on...

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Celebrating Christmas away from home

»Posted by on Dec 16, 2016 in Accommodation | Comments Off on Celebrating Christmas away from home

Celebrating Christmas away from home

Whether it’s camping with the family at a favourite spot, renting a holiday house with friends, or sneaking away on a romantic retreat, more and more of us are choosing to spend the Christmas and New Year period away from home. For many people, the decision to plan a Christmas getaway might stem from a desire to escape the chaos of the city at this time of year, or to avoid the inevitable stresses that come with organising a Christmas event at home.  Others may want to reconnect with far-flung friends and family members at a more central meeting point that is easier for everyone to get to. Some people might simply want to do something a little bit different every now and then. Whatever the reason, if you’re currently on the road, or thinking of doing things a...

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Plan a special weekend getaway

»Posted by on Oct 26, 2016 in Accommodation | Comments Off on Plan a special weekend getaway

Plan a special weekend getaway

You don’t need a huge amount of annual leave owing to you to be able to take a break. All you need is a regular weekend. With a bit of advance planning you can have the perfect mini-break that will leave you feeling refreshed and recharged. When booking a special weekend getaway, follow these tips for a memorable break. Planning Plan ahead to work out the best accommodation for the weekend. Seeing as your time is more limited than a lengthy holiday, make sure you are close to the action so you don’t spend all of your time travelling to the attractions. For example, if you really want to visit the infamous Hanging Rock, make sure you book accommodation near Hanging Rock, Victoria, and not too far away so that you don’t have to drive for hours just to visit...

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Planning a trip to the Macedon Ranges

»Posted by on Jun 24, 2016 in Accommodation | Comments Off on Planning a trip to the Macedon Ranges

Planning a trip to the Macedon Ranges

When you reach the Macedon Ranges you will have a hard time believing you are just one hour out of Melbourne. The beautiful region can feel like a whole different world, with rolling hills and valleys dotted with spectacular places to eat and drink. The entire region is filled with beautiful landscapes that will please the eye. There are native forests to be explored, waterfalls, mineral springs and of course the natural and unique features; Hanging Rock and Mount Macedon. Mount Macedon is an extinct volcano that stands 1010m from sea level, making it the highest peak of the ranges. Hanging Rock is an unusual formation that is also famous for being the setting for the novel (and then movie) Picnic at Hanging Rock. Aside from the stunning natural landscape, it is...

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Great Things to Do and See in the Goulburn Valley

»Posted by on Oct 25, 2015 in Accommodation, Restaurant & Cellar Door | Comments Off on Great Things to Do and See in the Goulburn Valley

Great Things to Do and See in the Goulburn Valley

The Goulburn Valley region is situated in the heart of Victoria centred on the Goulburn River. The region stretches from Shepparton and Kyabram in the north to Kinglake and Marysville in the south, encompassing many regional centres, small rural towns and villages along the way. There is a wide variety of things to do and see in this region, for lovers of both indoor and outdoor activities – from fine dining and visiting galleries and wineries, to fishing, hiking, mountain climbing and sightseeing. Getting around the region Much of the region had its beginnings in the gold rush of the 1850s, and many people in those days traversed the river by paddle steamer. These days, the region is easily accessible by car and rail – with VLine stations at Shepparton and...

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