Welcome to Milawa Muscat Retreat, providing modern, self contained, bed and breakfast accommodation in the centre of the Milawa Gourmet Region.
Located on the bike track between Milawa and Oxley, and only minutes from both towns, our guests are well placed to easily access the Gourmet Region’s many fine food and wine attractions. Local transport and bike hire are also available.
We are located only 5 minutes from Brown Brothers and the gateway to the “King Valley”. We have a 4 star AAA rating, and are on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Your hosts, Peter and Denise Hoppach, share between them a total of 70 years of hospitality experience, including 28 years of fine dining experience running the highly regarded Peter’s Cellar 47 restaurant in nearby Wangaratta.
As our guests, you will enjoy modern accommodation and delicious food, along with easy access to all that the Milawa Gourmet Region has to offer. We look forward to your visit.
Call Denise or Peter for special rates, packages and deals on 0427-216-309 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 Gold List of Australian Accommodation High Country Region.
9.1 Guest Review Award 2016 Booking.com
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Stay 2 nights from Monday to Thursday and third night is free (on availability).
(Cannot be combined with any other special)
Pick up service ($10pp):
From Brown Brothers Airstrip and return
To Brown Bros. winery and return
To Linderwarrah and return
To King River Cafe and return.
Bicycles are available (ask Peter or Denise)
Disabled room available (no stairs, all ground floor)
1422 Snow Road
Milawa, Victoria, 3678
We are located in the center of the Milawa Gourmet Region, and approximatey:
15 minutes from Wangaratta
30 minutes from Beechworth
45 minutes from Bright
15 minutes from Glenrowan
45 minutes from Rutherglen
35 minutes from Whitfield (King Valley)
15 minutes from Winton Wetlands
1 hour from Albury Airport
2.5 hours from Melbourne Airport
We are now linked up to the Milawa Gourmet bike trail (which runs right past our front gate) and which is linked to the Murray to Mountains bike trail.