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Daylesford Longhouse has been named the Australian House of the Year in 2019 and is the recipient of the Robin Boyd Award. It has also been featured in ‘Monocle’, ‘Green Magazine’, ‘The Design Files’, ‘Architecture AU’ and ‘Broadsheet’, among many others.
Set minutes from the idyllic town of Daylesford in central Victoria, the elevated property looks out over vast plains and bushland across Daylesford, Hepburn Springs and Mt Franklin.
The living quarters, located at the far end of the Longhouse, includes the fully-furnished bedrooms, a functional kitchen and dining space that accommodates up to 4 guests. Guests are free to enjoy the lounge area, the sauna, the six-foot clawfoot bathtub and the outdoor bathroom.
Guests can treat themselves to a bird’s-eye view of the house from the viewing platform or stay indoors and watch Netflix on our fully-integrated smart TV. Wood-fire heating and electric blankets are available year-round. Luxuries include fine bed linen from IN BED store and Aesop body products. Minimum 2 nights, unless otherwise agreed.Book Your Stay
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We conduct occasional tours at Daylesford Longhouse, where we chart our Longhouse journey from inception till today, and talk about architectural commission and features. Guests will be taken around the farm and Longhouse, to learn how about the farming principles and sustainability features of the Longhouse, from water-harvesting to composting. You will also get to meet our broad array of farm animals from dairy cows to goats and pigs, and enjoy a Longhouse-made treat and light refreshments.
Itching to expand your self-sufficiency skills and meet some
like-minded people at the same time? Sign up for one our farm-stays.
Daylesford Longhouse is a member of the Australian WWOOFing
Association and Workaway. We continue to host interested people with a
view to sharing our knowledge and cultivate community.