Indulge in the comfort of the unique and private bed and breakfast with its beautiful hand crafted timber furnishings.
Set back 80 metres from the Great Alpine Road, guests overlook lavender fields (flowering from December to February) and cottage gardens from the bedroom balcony. Alternatively barbecue on the kitchen balcony with the tranquil sounds of the sparkling Ovens River, just 25 metres away.
Rich in the history of the goldfields and the High Country cattlemen, Harrietville is a subalpine village at the foot of Mount Hotham. With its two hotels and cafes, holiday makers enjoy the peace and beauty of the Ovens Valley.
Note: The tea rooms are currently closed and will re-open soon.
Take advantage of the riverside tearooms with oven fresh scones, biscuits, fine espresso coffee or lavender ice cream. Lavender Hue distil their own oil, used to make a range of skin care and other products available for sale, including Australian Made and Fair Trade gifts.
Whether you call in for Devonshire Tea or stay in Bill's handcrafted Bed and Breakfast accommodation, you will be warmly welcomed.