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Reviewed 7 October 2018 via mobile

My wife decided we would stay at Yering for a night as a birthday present. We arrived mid afternoon on a magnificent Spring day. The hotel is an old colonial mansion. Our room was large with a king sized bed. Old world opulence. The hotel is set in a working vineyard so we wondered off for a wine tasting through the gardens with the blooming wisteria. In the morning we finished off with a lovely breakfast in the sunlit cafe . An experience of times past

Stayed: October 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank BigAlister
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Reviewed 22 August 2018 via mobile

We stayed here for 2 nights and must agree with other guests who have reviewed the place that it is akin to Fawlty Towers.
To our minds breakfast was average. There was no yoghurt on the buffet table so I had to ask for it and it was under the table in a large tub. The marmalade and most jams were in small plastic containers like a down market motel. There was no cottage cheese and only one basic yellow sliced cheese on offer. No fresh juices other than from a bottle. Not upmarket in any way.
We stayed two nights and on our second night requested from the room service menu a toasted sandwich which we were told could only be made after 9pm when the kitchen closed. We could have dined in the restaurant which would have been one would have thought more work for a kitchen than makin a sandwich. It certainly did not have a can do feel about the place.

Having dined at Laura in Port Leo where they could not do enough for their patrons and at YarraWarra where the ambience was also good, the menu at Yering was heavy traditional food and for our tastes unappealing and that is why we wanted a simple toasted sandwich.

The bed was comfortable enough but was a double where today most suites have king beds.

There was no turn down service either and therefore lacked a feeling of luxury. The staff advised that general manager’s policy was not to make sandwiches before 9pm when the kitchen closed. However, we could not take it up with him as he is only on duty during the day! There must be much better places to stay in the beautiful Yarra Valley- in our opinion stay elsewhere.

Stayed: August 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Kerrieblue
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Reviewed 18 August 2018

We stopped here for the night as a surprise for hubby birthday when over from NZ and wow were we surprised. It is Devine. the grounds are beautiful, food fantastic and staff just lovely. would highly recommend a stay here.

  • Stayed: August 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Kim R
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Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

What a marvellous break away !! Sensational and sophisticated food, luxurious accommodation, warm, personal and professional service with a great sense of humour. There is proximity to all of the attractions of the Yarra. Next time I will plan a longer stay.

Stayed: August 2018, travelled solo
Thank Virginia S
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Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

Relaxing Monday morning drive with some overseas visitors this winery look beautiful from the road so we decided this will be the first stop in the Yarra Valley. I have no doubt at some stage this winery sought visitors however on this occasion this was far from what impression was given bynour visit. Firstly upon entering the winery tasting room the 2 sales staff we far more interested in serving a tour group than attending to us. So we decided we can purchase wines from many of themother wineries in the valley ( which we did). We then decided to go to the cafe/ restaurant o ly tk be told that they just closed ....it was 10.35 am yes am i think perhaps if that is there normal , be it strange, opening hours some times should be place somewhere tourist and visitor can read.
De Botli up the road were far more accomodating hence they emptied our wallets

Stayed: August 2018, travelled with friends
Thank johnmN512BW
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