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We look forward to warmly welcoming you back.
Whether you’re here to discover food and wine, escape the city, interact with nature or get together with family and friends, the Royal Mail Hotel has the remedy.
Talk to us about designing a country retreat for your next getaway. We offer a variety of accommodation and dining spaces, and can assist in the organisation of many nature-based activities in the surrounding areas.
DELUXE MOUNTAIN VIEW ROOMS
Formerly ‘New Deluxe Mountain View’, our Deluxe Mountain View Rooms offer the best views of Gariwerd (Grampians National Park) on the property. Recently refurbished, luxuriously appointed and architecturally designed to capture the beauty of the natural setting, warm tones and timber finishes enhance the contemporary design. Each room features a king bed facing the mountains, a spacious bathroom, complete with walk in shower, heated floors and beautiful bathroom amenities. The rooms are conveniently located on-site at the Royal Mail Hotel; moments away from award-winning food and wine experiences.
MOUNTAIN VIEW ROOMS
Formerly ‘Deluxe Mountain View’, these rooms are set within landscaped Australian gardens, offering views of the Gariwerd. Each room features a king bed and spacious bathroom, complete with walk in shower, heated floors and beautiful bathroom amenities.
This is an entry level, original style room, set within the hotel courtyard with limited views of Gariwerd. Each room features a king bed, en-suite complete with walk in shower and bathroom amenities
Our one and two bedroom Apartments offer sweeping views of Gariwerd, set on site the main hotel complex, within landscaped Australian gardens.
The double story apartments feature a separate dining and lounge area with bedrooms upstairs. Wifi and Foxtel are included.
MT STURGEON COTTAGES
Our Mt Sturgeon Bluestone Cottages have been converted from the station’s shearers and cooks quarters into accommodation overlooking the mountain range, 3 kilometers away from the main hotel site. The secluded cottages provide a cosy sanctuary, ideal for a romantic getaway in regional Victoria. Without phones or televisions, the cottages allow guests to unwind and reconnect. Pets are welcome with advance notice and fees apply. Some cottages have accessible features.
STANDARD STUDIO ROOMS
This spacious studio room features a Queen and Single Bed, en-suite bathroom with walk in shower, lounge area with TV, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities. This room has no telephone, no mountain view and is located a short walk across the highway from the Hotel.
ACCESSIBLE STANDARD STUDIO ROOMS
This accessible room specially designed for guests who require additional space and amenities. Unwind in spacious bathroom with a roll-in shower, lowered basin and support handles. This room features a Queen and Single Bed, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities, lounge area with TV. This room has no telephone, no mountain view and is located a short walk across the highway from the Hotel.
MT STURGEON HOMESTEAD
A remote location to unwind on the southern tip of the Gariwerd. Royal Mail Hotel’s Mount Sturgeon Station is a piece of Australia’s colonial history that can be shared with friends and family for an idyllic regional Victorian getaway, hired as an event or wedding venue or a site for your next corporate retreat.
Three kilometres from the Royal Mail Hotel and the Dunkeld township, guests have the option of complimentary transport to and from the homestead to the dining rooms, or to indulge in an on-site dinner prepared by the award-winning kitchen brigade.
For a country getaway with friends in Victoria’s Gariwerd National Park, look no further than Mulberry House. The beautifully restored residence, complete with four bedrooms and a wrap-around balcony, is located in the main street of Dunkeld, within walking distance from the Royal Mail Hotel precinct and a short car ride away from the many nature-based experiences the region has to offer.