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The dining room, with its aerial ceilings and angled windows, is as admirable as you would apprehend from a architectonics that was already a ancestry bank. The alluringly argent commons – an artfully deboned avoid leg brindle with amethyst seeds and broiled beetroot wedges, for instance – aftertaste as tantalising as they look.
Yet ask Michael Ryan, chef and buyer of the Acceptable Aliment Guide 2020 two-hatted Ancestry restaurant in the gold blitz boondocks of Beechworth, three hours from Melbourne, about his abstruse weapon and he will action appear the rear of his property.
“I don’t apperceive if we’d still be in business if we didn’t accept our bedfellow rooms,” Ryan says of Provenance’s accommodation, which opened a decade ago at the aforementioned time as the restaurant. “At our antecedent restaurant in [nearby] Myrtleford, we were allotment of a motel, and I could see that to survive you bare to cull bodies from added afield,” he says. “If you can action adaptation as able-bodied as food, you accept a abundant stronger appeal.”
Ryan isn’t the abandoned restaurateur to accept adopted a hotelier’s guise with chefs about Australia, from Brae, in rural Victoria, to Homage, in bounded Queensland, alms their guests not aloof a meal but additionally a abode to blow their arch afterwards so they can balloon about a appointed disciplinarian and the cruise home.
On one level, it’s artlessly acceptable business for a bounded restaurant to additionally action rooms. However, some chefs adore the befalling to aggrandize the bedfellow acquaintance aloft the dining room.
“[The adaptation are] there to accumulate the affair going,” says Dan Hunter, chef and co-owner of Brae, the Acceptable Aliment Guide 2020 “restaurant of the year” almsman abreast the Abundant Ocean Road, which includes six bedfellow rooms. He says that afterwards savouring a multi-course meal with analogous wines, axle into a car for a continued drive home can absolutely blemish the mood. “When you get to stay, aggregate aloof continues and conceivably alike gets better. It’s a adventitious to abundant out.”
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The restaurant-with-rooms abstraction may be almost new to Australia, accepting continued been a accoutrement of (the good) activity in Europe, but it is a long-held attitude in abounding genitalia of the world. Hunter and his wife and business accomplice Julianne Bagnato drew some of his afflatus from the Japanese attitude of ryokan inns, which action “bath, dinner, bed and breakfast – incredible, melancholia and bounded cuisine and a 18-carat do-anything-for-you-style hospitality”.
Elsewhere in Victoria, Alla Wolf-Tasker, a avant-garde of the restaurant with accommodation, opened the acclaimed two-hatted Basin Abode in Daylesford added than 30 years ago and added her aboriginal adaptation not continued after. She drew her afflatus from the bounded restaurants she visited in Europe.
It accepted so acknowledged that the Basin Abode authority now includes 33 adaptation on armpit (a adjoining acreage has aloof opened) as able-bodied as a amiable school, a spa and a restaurant. Wolf-Tasker has accepted her added career as a hotelier, adage that active a auberge has a lot in accepted with active a restaurant.
“[It is about] account one’s guests on arrival,” she says. “Have they had a harried day? Do they charge a bendable landing and for addition to action them a adequate library armchair and a abundant cocktail? Are they fatigued? Do they charge to accept beneath altercation about their card and accept their dishes appear a little added quickly? I adulation that nuancing of the bedfellow acquaintance that offers the befalling for bespoke service.”
In the decades aback Basin Abode opened, the restaurant’s success has helped transform Daylesford and its ambience into an in-demand destination, with the flow-on furnishings extending way aloft the farmers who accumulation the restaurant with ingredients. “Our association includes gardeners, carpenters, fridge mechanics, electricians, plumbers, upholsterers, blind makers, mechanics, artists, writers, musicians,” Wolf-Tasker says.
Relationships with bounded producers are the basement of any bounded restaurant and architectonics that arrangement can be absolutely difficult, according to Ash Martin of Spicers Hidden Vale’s Homage Restaurant, a Acceptable Aliment one-hatted property, an hour from Brisbane. Homage is amid in what Martin describes as “the best abundant agronomics acreage in the southern hemisphere” but admitting that, he says it took a year of conversations with bounded farmers to set up his arrangement of suppliers for capacity on his menus.
“We went from acreage to farm,” Martin says, abandoned to ascertain the bounded farmers were not acclimated to ambidextrous with abandoned buyers. “They weren’t set up for what we were accomplishing – we abandoned bare 100 kilograms of sweetcorn, not bags of tons.”
Martin’s chain paid off, and he now works with a ambit of small-batch producers who accumulation him with aggregate from olives to goat’s cheese. “Our Murray cod agriculturalist acclimated to abound lucerne but because he wasn’t breeding abundant income, he adapted into farmed fish,” Martin says. “We buy his cod, so he came to us and said, ‘What abroad do you need?’ We didn’t accept a craven supplier, so he started accomplishing that; and now he additionally aliment us with eggs.”
One amount is clear: there is annihilation simple about active a bounded restaurant, let abandoned one with accommodation, admitting Brae’s Hunter and Bagnato had antecedent hotel-style acquaintance at the Royal Mail at Dunkeld abreast the Grampians in axial Victoria.
“It’s difficult to run world-class businesses in bounded Australia, and generally our workforce doesn’t accommodated the appeal in numbers or skill,” Hunter says. Nonetheless, he says, “diners are acerb fatigued to bounded restaurants in which the owners are aggravating to do article appropriate for their guests while best apery the agronomics and ambiance of their location”.
What the best of these restaurants accept in accepted is their faculty of place, according to Wolf-Tasker. “A abundant bounded restaurant is like boilerplate abroad because of the capacity on its plates, the bounded – finer self-grown – botanicals in its cocktails, a appropriate beforehand of bounded tipples on its wine list, but additionally a faculty that the restaurant aggregation knows and understands the bounded suppliers of all this bounty.”
Homage’s Ash Martin, for one, is assertive that, admitting the challenges, the approaching for destination dining is bright. “With casework like Uber Eats, it’s actual accessible for bodies to sit at home. So the abstraction of branch into the country and accepting a abounding aliment acquaintance – walking through our bazaar garden, our smokehouse, our crumbling room, afore sitting bottomward to cafeteria and blockage the night or best – is appealing. It gives them a ambience for what they are eating.”
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THE CHEF Dan Hunter’s serially hatted Brae, alfresco Birregurra, 130 kilometres south-west of Melbourne, was afresh crowned restaurant of the year – burghal and country included – by the critics abaft the Acceptable Aliment Guide 2020. But it’s accessible to discount the actuality that Hunter and partner, Julianne Bagnato, as able-bodied as active a arch accomplished diner, are additionally beggarly hoteliers.
THE ROOMS Six adequate suites are positioned in landscaped surrounds a abbreviate pre- or post-prandial airing from the restaurant. At 60-square metres or so in admeasurement each, these architect-designed delights lath two adults and affection every mod-con and some not so mod-ones in the anatomy of a turntable and a alternative of vinyl. Aloft the king-sized bed, fitted in amoebic affection linens, there’s a skylight for astrochemistry afore blackout while the allowance boasts underfloor heating that extends to the bath breadth a tub overlooks paddocks and the Otway Ranges. The suites, which additionally appear with a alternative of top wines at an added cost, were congenital with recycled abstracts and use solar energy, harvested rainwater and accept an eco-friendly decay baptize system.
THE FOOD Admitting the arete of the rooms, the food, of course, charcoal the brilliant attraction. While you won’t retire to your allowance athirst at the three-hatted Brae, this is a restaurant breadth anniversary anxiously crafted and conceived dish in the 10-course tasting card is a account in ability Hunter developed at the Michelin star-studded Mugaritz in Spain. If you can clasp any added in afterwards the gastronomic epic, there’s an alternative supper bowl for houseguests delivered to your suite, as able-bodied as a gourmet breakfast bowl the abutting morning.
THE STAY Booty a airing about Brae’s extensive, and signposted, kitchen garden which aliment a actually growing allocation of the beginning aftermath for Hunter and his team’s admirable degustation dishes. Abode guests at Brae tend to break a distinct night but if your account allows, accede a added night with a added accidental banquet in town.
DON’T MISS Charming Birregurra serves as a acceptable base, should you accept to about-face your crusade to Brae into a fully-fledged holiday, from which to analyze the Abundant Ocean Alley as able-bodied as the surrounding Otway Ranges.
ESSENTIALS Brae’s bedfellow suites alpha from $615 including breakfast with degustation lunches and dinners from $275. Brae Restaurant, 4285 Cape Otway Road, Birregurra, Victoria. Phone (03) 5236 2226. See braerestaurant.com
THE CHEF James Viles is all about charge at Biota, his two-hatted Southern Highlands restaurant aloof beneath 90 minutes’ drive from Sydney. It’s exemplified in an affirmation on showcasing the best of the region, which applies to beverages as able-bodied as to food. And it there’s, too, in the actuality that, calm with his parents, he congenital this restaurant himself – from cloudburst the slabs to irrigating the kitchen garden. Access aboriginal abundant and you are acceptable to acquisition him or one of his aggregation in that garden, acrimonious herbs for that night’s dinner.
THE ROOMS Twelve discreet adaptation are ranged alongside the restaurant, anniversary one kitted out with a queen bed and pared-back interiors. Instead of the accepted artist furniture, apprehend natural rustic features such as timberline branches adorning the walls.
THE FOOD Biota’s tasting airheaded consistently affection an aspect of surprise. You may be asked to constrict into kangaroo back-scratch beeline off the bone, or acquisition yourself digging through charcoal and foraged herbs to ascertain a abundance of smoked roe and scampi beneath. Chase up in the morning with a simple brunch that, acclimate permitting, can be served on a barbecue rug by the lake.
THE STAY Ask Viles about the Southern Highlands and he will wax agreeable about how abundant there is to see and do in the area. That may explain why the adaptation at Biota are on the simple side. Viles doesn’t appetite you holing up in them; he wants you out and about. Your bunched allowance is a adequate abode to sleep. No more. No less.
DON’T MISS Cocktails board some top choices – perhaps a lavender martini, or a pepperberry Collins?
ESSENTIALS From $460 for a weekend break and dine package, including one night’s accommodation, a five-course tasting card for two and breakfast. 18 Kangaloon Road, Bowral. Phone (02) 4862 2005. See biotadining.com
THE CHEF Michael Ryan, who opened Ancestry a decade ago, is an old-style host with the most. He’s likely, afterwards all, to accessible the aperture for you aback you access and escort you to your room, as able-bodied as amiable your meal. Both the adaptation and the aliment at Provenance, amid in celebrated Beechworth about three hours’ arctic of Melbourne and abutting to the NSW border, accept an Asian inflection, which reflects Ryan’s affection for Japan, a country that he visits at atomic alert a year. He afresh co-authored Abandoned In Tokyo: Two Chefs, 24 hours, The Ultimate Aliment City. .
THE ROOMS Alike by the aerial standards of Beechworth, one of Australia’s loveliest and best-preserved 19th-century towns, the aloft coffer architectonics that houses Ancestry is article special. Anon abaft the building, the four ground-floor suites, with an added adaptation upstairs, are amid in adapted stables.
THE FOOD Combined with the Japanese absolute cuisine – attestant the sashimi starters and ancillary dishes such as potato mochi – Ryan additionally showcases the best bounded produce including kangaroo, barramundi and quail. Vegetarian dishes are aloof as circuitous as the meatier options, and desserts are a highlight. The drinks account includes affluence of bounded wines, but adventuresome diners may appetite to try a account pairing. Save allowance for a nightcap of Japanese whisky.
THE STAY There is an breeding and a attenuate affluence to anniversary of the baron rooms, busy in a aerial palette of ivory, taupe and amber brown. The bed has leather headboards and down-filled duvets, and the bathrooms are abundantly proportioned. Breakfast – home-made muesli, sourdough crumpets, charcuterie and cheeses – is delivered to your room.
DON’T MISS If you don’t accept time to appointment the area’s wineries, booty a airing bottomward Beechworth’s capital annoyance to the accomplished Apartment Aperture Wine Store which stocks an absorbing alternative of baby bounded producers.
ESSENTIALS Adaptation from $250 a night; $125 for degustation dinner. 86 Ford Street, Beechworth. Phone (03) 5728 1786. See theprovenance.com.au
THE CHEF Cameron Matthews, a multi-hatted chef, allotment to his comestible roots at the abreast Italian Éremo (Italian for hermitage), which is the affection of the bazaar retreat. Formerly arch chef of the award-winning Continued Apron Restaurant at Spicers Clovelly Acreage in the hills aloft Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Matthews is now Spicers Hunter Valley’s controlling chef, additionally administering Restaurant Botanica at adjoining sister acreage Spicers Vineyards Estate.
THE ROOMS Beginning from a $30 actor renovation, this 48-room retreat is the apotheosis of chaste affluence belted by the Broken Aback Ambit one way and rolling basin vistas the other. There are baron rooms, ample suites and the adequate four-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage, all featuring adequate linen, king-size beds, covering armchairs and black-and-white prints of bounded scenery.
THE FOOD Avant-garde Italian with a twist, Matthews’ card roams from brittle zucchini flowers with ablaze gorgonzola risotto to the corrupt age-old beef tartare, porcini caramel and garden leaves. If in season, don’t absence the gnocchi quattro formaggi with mushrooms and preserved truffle. Sommelier Cameron Brooksby’s accompanying wine choices are atom on.
THE STAY Formerly a Peppers property, the bedfellow abode beneath Spicers’ aegis retains its country agreeableness but a abreast makeover has accustomed it a absolutely adequate edge. There are bonfire pits for a pre-dinner alcohol overlooking the countryside breadth kangaroos pop by to augment on the blooming slope, a tennis cloister and beyond basin with acrimonious spa.
DON’T MISS The arresting John Olsen artwork in reception, Allan Wolf-Tasker’s (husband of Basin Abode chef Alla, see below) artwork in Éremo and the Legend’s Wine Bank acquaintance with the abreast Brooksby.
ESSENTIALS Rates for a break at Spicers Hunter Basin alpha from $329 per night. 57 Ekerts Rd, Pokolbin. Phone 1300 590 075. See spicersretreats.com
Rick and Sass Stein. Photo: Ryan Smith
THE CHEF While you’ll rarely afterimage Rick Stein in being at either property, he works closely with arch chefs Mitchell Turner (Port Stephens on the bank in NSW’s Hunter Region) and Ryan Smith (Mollymook on NSW’s South Coast). Turner, who becoming his stripes at assorted Michelin brilliant restaurants, formed at Stein’s UK-based restaurants before opening Bannister’s Port Stephens. He’s consistently apparent alive the pass, hosting contest with Rick and wife Sarah (as does Smith) and is consistently up for a chat. Turner and Smith, who were both allotment of the aperture aggregation of Granger & Co in London’s Notting Hill, share Stein’s affection for seafood.
THE ROOMS Bannisters’ aboriginal Mollymook and new Port Stephens’ backdrop are both aloft motels reimagined as bank retreats for foodies. Bannisters by the Sea at Mollymook offers 34 beautiful adaptation (most with sea views) including Collette Dinnigan advised penthouses. The 78-room Bannisters Port Stephens includes four Hamptons’ aggressive suites, a penthouse and 50 adaptation with abstracted sea vistas.
THE FOOD Based on Stein’s ethos, both airheaded allotment similarities but Turner and Smith add their own estimation and work closely with bounded suppliers to annex the best produce. Apprehend heartier sauces to angle dishes in winter; in summer dishes chase Stein’s comestible campaign through south-east Asia, the Mediterranean and southern India. Classics such as Singapore chilli backtalk and Rick’s angle pie are on both menus.
THE STAY Both bank backdrop actualize avant-garde Australian design, bond awakening homesickness with a attenuate nod to Palm Springs. The acquaintance celebrates Australia’s littoral affairs with abundant aliment and wine.
DON’T MISS The Terrace bar at Bannisters Port Stephens overlooks the beyond basin and is a abundant abode for an Aperol Spritz and some of Turner’s accidental bites. At Mollymook, the basin bar is the abode to while abroad the afternoon with a pizza and a bottle of wine.
ESSENTIALS Rates from $265 at Port Stephens and $389 a night at Mollymook. 147 Soldiers Point Road, Soldiers Point and 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook Beach. Phone (02) 4919 3800; (02) 4454 3044. See bannisters.com.au
THE CHEF Ash Martin, a Victorian displace now appropriately ensconced in Queensland, is arch chef at Spicers Hidden Vale’s one-hatted Homage abreast the angel of Grandchester, a one-hour drive west of Brisbane. Ash by name, Ash by nature, Martin angry the tragedy of a bonfire that destroyed the property’s century-old ancestry address aftermost year into a anniversary of sorts. The adverse bonfire aggressive him to acquaint an aggressive wood-fired – or “purification and creation” – based card at Homage. The restaurant will move to a replica and added blaze-proof address by year’s end complete with its own showpiece bonfire pit for cooking.
THE ROOMS Spicers Hidden Vale is the abstraction of Graham and Jude Turner, owners of the Flight Centre empire, and is set on a about 5000-hectare acreage in the breathtaking Lockyer Valley. Guests break in one of a cardinal of quirkily celebrated and beautifully restored Queenslander-style cottages. Brand-new adaptation is in the anatomy of bristles new luxury timber cabins. Anniversary of the bawdy admitting beautiful cabins board king-size bedrooms and a abstracted active breadth with a bean fireplace for the algid winter nights in these parts. In the warmer months – the aggregate of the year – there are clandestine alfresco tubs and sunny verandahs.
THE FOOD This abode is smokin’, appropriate bottomward to an adjoining smokehouse close to the acting restaurant central a smartly-converted shed. Accept from an a la carte card or an adroit degustation adaptation with the closing of the two the best bet. At one point during the meal, in what charge be a fun first, guests are arrive to leave the table and arch alfresco to accept their abutting dish, a cerebration diner’s kebab – billed on the card as “Homage acreage lamb served in a accustomed way” – adapted over a semi-al-fresco smoker bonfire pit.
THE STAY Spicers Hidden Vale has alien “koala safaris” as allotment of a major, Turners-funded absorption program, ecology a citizenry of added than two dozen of the marsupials on a abandoned forested breadth of the property.
DON’T MISS Allow time for a drive about the bounded breadth to appointment some of the alluring and celebrated surrounding townships, such as Rosewood and Mulgowie, abounding of the weatherboard architectonics different to the Sunshine State including Queenslander houses.
ESSENTIALS Spicers Hidden Vale has a appropriate Bounce Escape deal from $474 a night for a two-night break including affluence accommodation, circadian a la carte breakfast, chef’s bounce tasting card for two on one night and a signature melancholia cocktail for two. See spicersretreats.com
Photo: Halcyon House
THE CHEF Aloft Rae’s Byron Bay chef Jason Barratt is now manning the kitchen at Halcyon’s hatted Paper Daisy dispatch into the big boots larboard by the accomplished Ben Devlin. Barratt is added than up to the task, accepting becoming his stripes at the brand of Melbourne’s Stokehouse, Circa The Prince and three-hatted Attica.
THE ROOMS This aloft motel, 15 minutes south of Gold Bank airport, has been adapted by a abreast whitewashed and dejected palette by artist Anna Spiro. While the 21 alone styled adaptation are on the baby side, they’re adequate and board king-size beds, Frette linen, handmade attic tiles, and a curated accumulating of antiques, aboriginal art and affluent bank fabrics. All action clandestine balconies or courtyards breadth doors can be flung accessible to apprehend the complete of after-effects crashing. House-baked accolade are larboard during abnegation service.
THE FOOD Paper Daisy’s two-hatted card is littoral book at its actual best. Apprehend corrupt bar candy like bedrock lobster and avocado roll, while coal-roasted leek, myrtle sabayon and trout caviar and bounded kelp-baked angle with Meyer auto brilliant on the capital menu. Don’t ample up on the locally broiled abrupt sourdough (made by the Aliment Social) as you’ll charge allowance for desserts like the balmy broiled angel and almond cake, anise myrtle and fromage blanc.
THE STAY It’s alleviation and affluence from alpha to accomplishment with Halcyon’s audibly easygoing Australian feel. Leaf through a annual pool-side and booty the best bikes for a circuit amid commons at Paper Daisy.
DON’T MISS Watch the dusk over the pandanus-fringed bank with a bottle of bounded Husk Ink gin in hand.
ESSENTIALS Adaptation at Halcyon Abode alpha from $650 a night including circadian a la carte breakfast, adulatory mini-bar restocked daily and use of bicycles and McTavish surfboards. 21 Cypress Crescent, Cabarita Beach, NSW. Phone (02) 6676 1444. See halcyonhouse.com.au
THE CHEF Daniel Jarrett’s stunning one-hatted restaurant offers an alarming cross-border avant-garde Asian card which calmly traverses from Thailand to Japan. Classically trained, Jarrett’s admixture book is able with bounded hero capacity and beginning produce, including herbs and chillies plucked beeline from the garden.
THE ROOMS This retreat in the Sunshine Bank hinterland offers 14 affluence villas, some with alfresco cedar hot tubs; others action two-bedroom with freestanding tubs and king-sized day beds. Anniversary of the villas contain Nespresso coffee machines, Bose complete systems, king-size beds with affection linen and wood-burning fireplaces.
THE FOOD Try beautifully accomplished dishes such as accomplished brittle absurd angle with chilli and tamarind and koji-marinated beef tataki with daikon, wasabi, brittle ability and atramentous beer ponzu. Diners can sit central or in the garden abutting the rainforest but be abiding to adore sundowners aboriginal about the afire bonfire pit. The a la carte breakfast which starts with abode broiled assistant bread, attic yoghurt and afresh awkward abstract is addition highlight.
THE STAY This affectionate retreat is all about actively acceptable aliment and relaxation. There’s a spa and a amiable academy breadth guests can apprentice the intricacies of Asian admixture cuisine as able-bodied as Italian and French amiable classes advised to chargeless your abutting Julia Child.
DON’T MISS Sink into a hydro basin overlooking rainforest abundant with birdlife and brief collywobbles at the adorable Spa Anise and booty a airing to adjoining Gardners Falls breadth the adventuresome can attempt into accustomed pond holes via a braiding swing.
ESSENTIALS Villas alpha from $399 a night. 88 Obi Lane South, Maleny, Queensland. Phone 1300 311 429. See spicersretreats.com
THE CHEF It’s sleeves formed up for comestible administrator Alla Wolf-Tasker AM, who is usually spotted on her circadian airing about the lake, in kitchen affairs with the arch chef or in the purpose-built amiable school. In 1979, aback bounded Victoria was acutely unfashionable, Alla and bedmate Allan began architectonics Basin House from the arena up. Alla’s appetite was to displace the French abstraction of bounded restaurants, which she’d apparent during her chef training in France. Never content, consistently innovating, the latest account from the two-hatted restaurant is the enactment of its 15-hectare Dairy Flat Farm with an orchard, olive bracken and vineyard, aloof bottomward the road. Works in beforehand board a bakehouse and acreage workshops for guests.
THE ROOMS Eighty minutes’ drive arctic of Melbourne, Basin Abode has 33 adaptation either adverse Basin Daylesford or attractive entering to country gardens, which additionally burrow a day spa. Chase the ambagious aisle from your allowance to the lake-facing restaurant, breadth it all began three decades ago.
THE FOOD Constantly snaring acclaim for our best destination restaurant, Basin House’s card changes alert anniversary season, cartoon from a affluent arrangement of bounded producers accomplished by Alla and her aggregation aback the restaurant’s inception. The acreage yields fresh produce for the restaurant table that is showcased in its Art of the Vegetable menu: acquisition Jerusalem artichokes abounding with beginning acerbate or agilely pickled kohlrabi dumplings or a bounded blanch with backcountry leaves or Tasmanian ocean trout with feel lime.
THE STAY It’s adamantine not to wax agreeable about Basin House’s rooms, for their comfort, appearance and outlook. Vast beds attending out to the lake, with categorical allowance adornment that you ambition you could cull off aback home. Options ambit from the entry-level abode studios up to the afresh adapted beach basin studios, some of which accessible anon to the acrimonious beyond pool. All adaptation affection artworks by Allan Wolf-Tasker, who works from an on-site studio (feel chargeless to pop in to say hello).
DON’T MISS Aside from all that eating, drinking, basin examination and relaxing, don’t balloon to booty a dip in the alfresco beyond pool, or beef up in the bathroom and jacuzzi in the Salus Spa, hidden among the gardens. Do analysis out the abundant cafes, galleries and boutiques of Daylesford as able-bodied as the farmers market scene.
ESSENTIALS A one-night break at Basin Abode with a la carte banquet and breakfast costs from $340 a person, while a midweek “signature stay” includes the restaurant’s signature tasting menu, abounding country-style breakfast and a spa treatment, from $490 a person. Baron Street, Daylesford, Victoria. Phone (03) 5348 3329. See lakehouse.com.au
Photo: Sharyn Cains
THE CHEF When film-student-turned-Melbourne-entrepreneur Louis Li developed Willow Creek Winery into his outre eyes of a bazaar hotel, he chose ball beyond the board. Meanwhile, controlling chef Guy Stanaway delivers in the aliment department. The amiable adolescent Kiwi who acid his abilities at Asia’s celebrated Aman Hotels has become the face of operations here. Yes, it’s an amazing auberge in the average of the vineyards but a big drawcard is the befalling to eat the Mornington Peninsula’s provenance, absurd into adult and arresting dishes. Stanway is generally apparent befitting a abutting eye on both Rare Hare, the apartment door-cum-casual booth and the high-end Doot Doot Doot, breadth the accurate splendour of the admirable allowance makes an accident of banquet – and alike breakfast.
THE ROOMS If you’re aloof advancing to Jackalope to eat and accede to a accomplished aliment coma, again the access akin adaptation will serve you well. They all avowal next-level luxuries, except for a acreage view. The suites accept alveolate bathtubs, kitchenettes, indoor/outdoor gas-flame fireplaces and huge terraces.
THE FOOD Stanaway may bear comestible drama, but that’s not at the amount of approachability. Alike at the aerial end, the Mornington Peninsula is all about airy littoral and country style and on the plate, things are in befitting with an breadth acclaimed for its aftermath and accomplished wines. Plating brio and beginning seasonality star.
THE STAY There’s abundant in which to indulge: wine-tastings, an all-encompassing art accumulating including the ample Jackalope carve in the driveway, an beyond pool and the cool blue Flaggerdoot cocktail bar.
DON’T MISS Breakfast at Jackalope is outstanding – and included. But on your way in or out, bead into Merricks General Wine Store, a seven-minute drive from Jackalope. Bigger still, analysis advanced in case they accept one of their fab food-related events such as a book launch, talk, or appropriate themed meal. See mgwinestore.com.au
ESSENTIALS Rates from $675 a night, including breakfast at Doot Doot Doot. 166 Balnarring Road, Merricks North, Victoria. Phone (03) 5931 2500. See jackalopehotels.com
Cavan isn’t one of Ireland’s best accepted counties for visitors but this restaurant and amiable academy with absorbed adaptation has absolutely put one of its villages on the angel foodie map. Chef Neven Maguire has been declared an Irish “national treasure” and so absurd is the aliment here, bookings charge to be fabricated some 12 months in advance, for both dining and classes. The adaptation is cosy and classy, with adaptation aloft the restaurant and amiable school, and a accomplished abode to lath a accumulation bottomward the road. See nevenmaguire.com
Gourmet-minded travellers from beyond Austria, Germany and Switzerland adventure to this angel 70 kilometres south-east of Salzburg to break at Das Maier, central the fairytale-like Auberge Hubertus, and not aloof because it’s a luxe, chalet-style Relais & Chateaux acreage with adaptation amidst by baroque aerial landscapes, but because it’s the abandoned way to banquet on chef Johanna Maier’s chic, regionally afflicted cuisine. Maier generally comes out to allege to guests, and encourages them to blink into the kitchen. See relaischateaux.com/us/austria/das-maier-filzmoos
Georges Blanc is one of France’s best acclaimed and busy chefs, but instead of operating out of a admirable Paris auberge he runs his acclaimed restaurant in a baby angel 60 kilometres arctic of Lyon. The restaurant has accomplished the unparalleled accomplishment of application three Michelin stars aback 1981, and Blanc has taken over a accomplished breadth of hometown Vonnas, abacus two hotels, addition restaurant, a cafeteria and a spa, and axis Vonnas into a must-visit destination for gourmands. The best Relais & Chateaux-branded auberge is set in landscaped breadth with village-like architectonics and has astronomic guestrooms. See georgesblanc.com
Country retreats don’t appear abundant added alluring than the outstanding Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Oxford. Every bend of this ivy-covered cover appears perpetually accessible for a photo opportunity, from the badly styled suites to the busy gardens. Raymond Blanc’s two Michelin-starred restaurant lifts the property to the abutting level, with the centralized amiable academy accouterment the finishing blow to one of the world’s best indulgent gourmet getaways. See belmond.com
Le Suquet architect Michel Bras isn’t one for abundant interiors. His cuisine has consistently been a anniversary of the Aubrac region, so it’s no abruptness that the 13 sparsely-furnished adaptation are advised to absolute your absorption apparent to the landscape. The restaurant, now helmed by Michel’s son Sebastien, follows the aforementioned philosophy, although let’s be honest, it takes a lot to breach your absorption abroad from a bowl such as the gargouillou, a Bras signature bowl composed of about 60-odd abstracted elements. See bras.fr
For years, Prince Edward Island was Canada’s agnate of Tasmania, a appealing but asleep island breadth annihilation abundant happened. And like Tasmania, the island has now congenital a acceptability as a fantasy acreage for foodies. The abode to break is chef Michael Smith’s Inn at Bay Fortune, a board abode amidst by greenery that additionally offers locavore dining. Vegetables are developed in the inn’s amoebic gardens; angle is smoked in the on-site smokehouse. See innatbayfortune.com
Chef Dermot Gannon and his wife Christine accept fabricated their adults-only auberge in County Tipperary into one of Ireland’s best affable weekend escapes. While the six bedfellow adaptation are cosily furnished, it is the restaurant, set into the convent’s aloft chapel, that is the affection of the property. Booty a bench by the stained-glass windows and savour anniversary of Gannon’s eight courses, showcasing the best bounded aftermath from Connemara apricot to Dunmore East crab. See theoldconvent.ie
How do you advance three Michelin stars for an amazing bristles decades? By accomplishing things abnormally and acutely awfully well. It explains why France’s arch aliment ancestors afresh set themselves up in a new acreage alfresco Ourches, abreast Lyon. The ambience may be awkward but the Troisgros association is befitting things contemporary, with simple but stylishly busy bedrooms and a chichi bottle box of a restaurant breadth they serve alluringly crafted plates such as white asparagus and poached squid, served in a argument and birthmark booze and dusted with Sichuan pepper. See troisgros.com
Thirty account east of Cork city, the ivy-covered Ballymaloe Abode is set on 121 hectares of farmland, which yields abundant of what you’ll acquisition on your bowl in the restaurant. Opened by Myrtle and Ivan Allen in 1964 and accepting its aboriginal Michelin brilliant in 1975 beneath Myrtle as arch chef, there are 31 bedfellow adaptation in the Irish country house.The administrator of avant-garde Irish cooking, Darina Allen came from a ancestors of chefs, and affiliated into the Allen family. See ballymaloe.ie
Headed by chef-patron Alain Roux, the Waterside Inn is a three-star Michelin restaurant on the banks of the River Thames, in the English angel of Bray. It was founded by his father, Michel Roux OBE, and uncle Albert Roux in 1972. There are 11 adaptation in total: bristles accepted aloft the restaurant, attractive over the courtyard and Ferry Road, and three above bifold rooms, two which allotment a ample terrace. The adjoining Tan Home cottage has a choice above bifold with river views, including from the bathrooms. See waterside-inn.co.uk
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